9 thoughts on “ Youve Got It Bad Girl

  1. About “You’ve Got It Bad Girl” (Unreviewed) This song was actually written by Yvonne Wright who obviously did a great deed lyrical with this masterpiece here.
  2. Jul 25,  · You've Got It Bad Girl Soloist, Electric Piano – George Duke Soloist, Guitar – Dennis Budimir Soloist, Vocals [Group] – Quincy Jones Written-By – Yvonne Wright /5(95).
  3. Then you've got it bad girl, you've got it bad girl If you try to display an emotion, That will contradict itself, You will find your heart just sitting Like a statue on a shelf, on a shelf, on a shelf Should you depend on an outlet, Through which an escape can be found, Then you've got it bad girl, you've got it bad girl.
  4. Sep 11,  · referencing You've Got It Bad Girl, LP, Album, RE, AMLS The title track is a song written by Stevie Wonder and originally released on his album Talking Book, and has Jones himself performing lead vocals/5().
  5. Apr 29,  · Superstition / You've Got It Bad Girl, a Single by Stevie Wonder. Released in November on Tamla (catalog no. T F; Vinyl 7"). Genres: Funk, Soul. Featured peformers: Stevie Wonder (producer), Malcolm Cecil (associate producer), Robert Margouleff (associate producer), George Marino (aka_text {mastering engineer} role_id aka_text)/5(23).
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for You've Got It Bad Girl - Quincy Jones on AllMusic - - Quincy Jones followed up Smackwater Jack and his 7/
  7. "You've Got It Bad Girl" by Herbie Hancock is a cover of Stevie Wonder's "You've Got It Bad Girl". Listen to both songs on WhoSampled, the ultimate database .
  8. Verse 5: Am D9 Am D9 You've got it bad, girl, you've got it bad. Chorus 3: C#m Adim Bm E7 There's no reward in de-touring, my deep sinceri-ty. C#m Adim Especially since what you're feeling, Bm Bm C#m Dm Bm C#m Dm Bm C#m Dm Is perfectly clear to me, clear to me, clear to me.
  9. You've Got It Bad Girl is one, and is named for the Stevie Wonder song. Jones cover's it here as an instrumental, and it is a gem of shimmering keyboards. He does the same with a rework of his theme for "They Call Me Mr. Tibbs," and the album also features a full version "Streetbeater," which is better known as the theme for Sanford And Son/5.

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