Beechwood Mp3 Song The Marvelettes Lyrics

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Beechwood Mp3 Song, Download Beechwood, Beechwood Mp3 Download"Beechwood" was a song in 2013 Blockbuster R&B/Soul track List, RB Legends Vol 5 The Marvelettes. Lyrics in this soundtrack was penned by .Major creator The Marvelettes introduced in two works, played role as singers and composer.It fastly reached up on youtube in 2014, and is viewed by 222.04 thousand audience.The track was nicely composed by The Marvelettes so on it was well sung by The Marvelettes.Estimated revenue to Supreme Media by this song is $1849.It is The Marvelettes`s 788th song, Out of 812 in total till now.Supreme Media, launched the soundtrack after making live "Forever" music track sung by The Marvelettes.The Marvelettes got love for well presentation of a R&B/Soul song.This song was released 4 years ago, reaching to be loved by English teens.Soundtrack is available on itune music store for just $1.29 or whole track list for $5.99.

Info You Must Know

Song Name Beechwood
CategoriesEnglish.
AlbumRB Legends Vol 5 The Marvelettes.
ComposerThe Marvelettes.
LabelSupreme Media.
SingerThe Marvelettes.
Duration 02:13
Record on October 9, 2013
Album Price $5.99
Song Price $1.29
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Beechwood Lyrics




[Verse 1]
You can have this dance with me
You can hold my hand and
Whisper in my ear sweet words that I love to hear

[Verse 2]
Don't be shy (don't be shy)
Just take-a your ti-ime (just take your time)
I'd like to get to know you (like to get to know you)
I'd like to make you mine (like to make you mine)

[Bridge]
I've been wai-aiting, standing here so patiently
Fo-oh-oh-or you to come over and have this dance with me

[Chorus]
And my number is Beechwood 4-5789
You can call me up and have a date any old time

[Verse 2]

[Chorus]



Did You Know?


Written by Marvin Gaye, William "Mickey" Stevenson and George Gordy, the lyrics are about the narrator wanting a man she just met to call her number in order to "have a date, any ol' time." Like all the Marvelette's singles during the first phase of the group's career, the lead vocal was by Gladys Horton. The song's co-writer Marvin Gaye played drums on the track, which William Stevenson produced.

The song's title is derived from the now defunct use of telephone exchange names in telephone numbers. In this case, the significant portions of the exchange name were the first two letters of "Beechwood" (BE), and the remainder of the number. In conventional modern use, this telephone number would be 234-5789.

"Beechwood 4-5789" has become a signature hit of Motown's early period but was not one of the label's biggest hits, reaching #17 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the autumn of 1962. The track did reach the R&B Top Ten where in fact the single enjoyed double A-side status with "Beechwood 4-5789" reaching #7 and the flip "Someday, Someway";

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