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January 01, 2012

The Tremeloes - Here Comes My Baby (1967)

Originally known as Brian Poole and the Tremoloes, this group can attribute their final and current band name to a misspelling in the newspaper. On January 1st, 1962, Decca auditioned two groups: this one and The Beatles. Having similar beat styles, Decca chose this group over The Beatles. Although they didn't reach the same success as The Fab Four, they did manage to release hit songs until 1971 (and continue to perform to this day).

This song was originally written and performed by Cat Stevens in 1967. This group’s version of the song reached number four in the UK and number thirteen in the US. It was their first hit in a 1967 trio of hits to chart highly and eventually achieve a Gold Certification by the RIAA.

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The Tremeloes - Here Comes My Baby (1967)

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Lyrics:

In the midnight, moonlight hour
He’s walking along that lovely mile
And every time I do
I keep seeing this picture of you

Here comes my baby
Here she comes now
And it comes as no surprise for me:
With another guy

Well here comes my baby
Here she comes now
Walking with her love
With her love that's oh-so fine
Never to be mine
No matter how I try

You never walk alone
And you’re forever talking on the phone
I tried to call your name
But every time it comes out the same

Here comes my baby
Here she comes now
And it comes as no surprise for me:
With another guy

Well here comes my baby
Here she comes now
Walking with her love
With her love that's oh-so fine
Never to be mine
No matter how I try

Here comes my baby
Here she comes now
And it comes as no surprise for me:
With another guy

Well here comes my baby
Here she comes now
Walking with her love
With her love that's oh-so fine
Never to be mine
No matter how I try

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