Lyrics to 'A Sunday Kind Of Love' by Etta James. I want a Sunday kind of love / A love to last past Saturday night / And I'd like to know / It's more than love
A Sunday Kind of Love Lyrics: I want a Sunday kind of love / A love to last / Past Saturday night / And I’d like to know / It’s more than / Love at first sight / And I want a Sunday kind of ...
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8/7/2011 · Category Music; Song A Sunday Kinf of Love; Artist Etta James; Album Top Rock Collection, Vol. 1; Writers Zoe Anita Leonard, Louis Prima, Barbara Belle, Stan Rhodes
I want a Sunday kind of love/ A love to last past Saturday night/ And I'd like to know/ It's more than love at first sight/ And I want a Sunday kind of love/ Oh yeah, yeah/ I want a, a love that's on the square/ Can't seem to find somebody/ Someone to care/ And I'm on a lonely road/ That leads ...
Ella Fitzgerald - Sunday Kind of Love Lyrics. I want a Sunday kind of love A love to last, past Saturday night I'd like to know, it's more than love at first sight I want a Sunday kind o
Lyrics to 'Sunday Kinda Love' by Israel Houghton. Sunday kinda love / Between the two of us / And I just can't get enough / Of the feeling that I get / It's a
9/8/2015 · [Verse 1] G7 C F#dim I wanna Sunday kind of love F G7 C F#dim A love to last past Saturday night F G7 C F#dim Id like to know its more than love at first sight F G7 C F#dim F G7 And I wanna
Lyrics to Sunday Kind of Love by Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons from the The Very Best of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons: Live in Concert album - including …
Lyrics to Sunday Kind of Love by Etta James from the Original Album Classics album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
"A Sunday Kind of Love" is a popular song composed by Barbara Belle, Anita Leonard, Stan Rhodes, and Louis Prima and was published in 1946. The song has become a pop and jazz standard, recorded by many artists. The song was first recorded by Claude Thornhill and his Orchestra on November 11, 1946.