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  1. "Sugar Me" is a song written by Lynsey de Paul and Barry Green. The first version of this song to be released was recorded by de Paul as her first single on MAM Records in It was produced by Gordon Mills and the B-side was de Paul's version of "Storm in a Teacup", a song she had co-written and had been a hit for The Fortunes earlier that year. The single was a hit in many countries.
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  3. Sugar Me Lyrics: One for you and one for me / But one and one and one / Pardon me - comes to three / Looking sweet and all the while / Hid behind the smile was saccharine / I'm a go between / Save.
  4. Sugar's first album, Copper Blue, was released in the fall of It was the most successful album by Sugar. In the spring of , Sugar released the mini-LP Beaster, a more abrasive collection than Copper Blue that was recorded at the same sessions. The album, File Under: Easy Listening, appeared in the fall of
  5. My arms ached from reaching out to you the way they do There's not one single part of me That don't miss you through and through All of me belongs to you Fingers claw the darkness in my dreams Searching for a love I lost but can't redeem I'm yours and I can't give my heart to someone new Not one single part of me that my heart don't include.
  6. Sugar was an American alternative rock band of the early s. Formed in , they were led by the singer and guitarist Bob Mould (ex-Hüsker Dü), alongside bassist David Barbe (ex-Mercyland) and drummer Malcolm Travis (ex-Human Sexual Response).
  7. Your sugar Yes, please Won't you come and put it down on me? I'm right here, 'cause I need Little love, a little sympathy Yeah, you show me good loving Make it alright Need a little sweetness in my life Your sugar Yes, please Won't you come and put it down on me? My broken pieces You pick them up Don't leave me hanging, hanging Come give me some.
  8. Written by Wayne Bickerton and Tony Waddington and produced by Bickerton, engineered by John Mackswith at Lansdowne Recording Studios, and with lead vocals by Paul Da Vinci, "Sugar Baby Love" was the band's one and only number one single in the UK Singles Chart, spending four weeks at the top of the chart in May

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