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  1. Please, please, please, please (Please, please don't go) Please, please, please (Please, please don't go) Honey, please don't (Go) Yeah, oh yeah, love, I love you so (Please, please don't go) Baby, you did me wrong (So you got me woman) Well, well you done me wrong (So you got me woman) So you done, done me wrong (Go) Well, oh yeah, took my.
  2. Please, please, please, please me (You don't have to go) Baby please, baby please, please me (You don't have to go) Baby please, baby please don't go (You don't have.
  3. Jun 13,  · Please Please Please is a great book about a "bad girl" who doesn't know her own strength. If you've read a negative review about this book, it was written by someone who 1. didn't get it, or 2. is bringin too much judgement to the reading laacerohealimoosrwipanpostsmethwinca.coinfos:
  4. Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want – Sixpence None The Richer: I Won't Share You – Sara Lov: Well I Wonder – Greg Laswell: Half A Person – Dala: Last Night I Dreamt Somebody Loved Me – Chikita Violenta: Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others – Telekinesis (2) Sheila Take A Bow – Solvents: Is It Really So Strange? – The.
  5. Watch the video for Please, Please, Please from James Brown's 20 All-Time Greatest Hits! for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  6. PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, originally KING credited to James Brown and His Famous Flames, was James Brown's first album release, followed by TRY ME. It was released with different cover art in Canada, England, Mexico and France/5(28).
  7. Oct 04,  · Please Please Please Lyrics: Please, please, please / No more melodies / They lack impact, they're petty / They've been made up already / Please, please, please / No more maladies / .
  8. Please Please Please is the debut studio album by the Famous Flames under the billing "James Brown and His Famous Flames", featuring the first album of recordings during Brown's long career. It includes the group's first two hit singles, the title track and "Try Me" (R&B #1, Pop #48), along with all the non-charting singles and b-sides he had recorded up to the time of the album's release.

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