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Otis Clay - She's About A Mover / You Don't Miss Your Water Album

Otis Clay - She's About A Mover / You Don't Miss Your Water Album

  • Performer: Otis Clay
  • Genre: Funk
  • Title: She's About A Mover / You Don't Miss Your Water
  • Released: 1968
  • Style: Soul
  • Label: Atlantic
  • Catalog: COTILLION 44001X
  • Country: Canada
  • MP3 version size: 1971 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2775 mb
  • Rating: 4.0
  • Votes: 298

Tracklist

1She's About A Mover
Written-By – Doug Sahm
2:59
2You Don't Miss Your Water
Written-By – William Bell
2:43

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
44001Otis Clay She's About A Mover / You Don't Miss Your Water ‎(7")Cotillion44001US1968
AK-2487Otis Clay She's About A Mover / You Don't Miss Your Water ‎(7", Single)AtlanticAK-2487Australia1968
44001Otis Clay She's About A Mover / You Don't Miss Your Water ‎(7")Cotillion44001US1968
ATL-NP 03077Otis Clay She's About A Mover / You Don't Miss Your Water ‎(7")AtlanticATL-NP 03077Spain1968
ATL-NP 03077Otis Clay She's About A Mover / You Don't Miss Your Water ‎(7")AtlanticATL-NP 03077Italy1968

Barcodes

  • Rights Society: BMI

Companies

  • Manufactured By – Quality Records Limited

Video

Album

Otis Clay - She's About A Mover 1968. You Don't Miss Your Water is a soul song and the debut single written and recorded by American singer William Bell. It was released by Stax Records in 1961. It is Bell's signature song and best known recording. The song was written while Bell was in New York, playing with the Phineas Newborn Orchestra, with lyrics that were not inspired by a lost love, but by Bell's own feelings of homesickness. Bell recorded the song upon returning to Memphis, believing that he was making a demo. However, the. Otis Clay Lyrics provided by . Do you like this album Leave a review. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. She's About a Mover by Sir Douglas Quintet 1965. She's About a Mover. This song is by Otis Clay and appears on the compilation album The Best of Otis Clay: The Hi Records Years 1996. Hey, she was walking down the streetJust as fine as she could be, yeahHey, hey. Well, she was walkingDown the street, yeahJust as fine as she could be, yeahHuh, all right. Well, she got a lovely conversationOww, what I say, hey, hey. Well, she's about a mover a moverShe's about a mover a moverShe's looking goodJust like I knew she would. Otis Blue: Otis Redding Sings Soul' 1965. Intro: G, D7. Verse 1: G G7 In the be-ginning, you really loved me, C G I was too blind I could not see. G GF But now that you left me, oh, Em D C How I cried, I keep crying. G C G You don't miss your water, 'till your well runs dry. G Ooh, you don't miss your water, C G No, I never miss my water, 'till my well runs dry. Verse 3: G G7 I sit here and wonder how in the world this could be C My, oh my, I never thought, G Oh, I never thought you'd ever leave me. G GF But now that you left me, Em D C Good Lord, good Lord, how I cried out G You don't miss your water, C G You don't miss your water, 'till your well runs dry. Otis Clay released it on the single She's About a Mover in 1968. It was covered by Chris Stamey, Marva Wright, Lou Rawls, Otis Clay and other the video for You Don't Miss Your Water from Otis Redding's Otis Blue. In the beginning you really loved me, oh I was too blind, I could not see, now But now that you left me oh, how I cried out, I keep crying You don'tWatch the video for You Don't Miss Your Water from Otis Redding's Otis Blue: Otis Redding Sings Soul for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. In the beginning you really loved me, oh I was too blind, I could not see, now But now that you left me oh, how I cried out, I keep crying You don't View full lyrics. Similar Tracks. We currently don't have any genres associated with this song. Would you like to contribute Add Genre. Song Styles. All Styles. We currently don't have any styles associated with this song. Would you like to contribute Add Styles. Song Moods. All Moods. We currently don't have any moods associated with this song. Would you like to contribute Add Moods