Debbie Dean recorded as Penny Smith and Debbie Stevens at various labels before arriving at Motown in the early 1960s, and was Motown's first white female solo recording artist, signed by Berry Gordy. lt;/p
Album The Complete Motown Singles Vol. 1: 1959-1961. Shop Around (regional version) Lyrics. When I became of age, my mother called me to her side She said, "son, you're growing up now, pretty soon you'll take a bride" And then she said. Just because you've become a young man now There's still some things that you don't understand now Before you ask some girl for her hand now Keep your freedom for as long as you can now My mama told me, you better shop around Whoa, yeah, you better shop around . 57. Don’t Let Him Shop Around. 60. The Only One I Love.
Debbie Dean (singer). Reba Jeanette Smith (February 1, 1928 – February 17, 2001), known professionally as Debbie Dean, was an American singer who was the first white solo artist to record for Motown. Dean's perky vocals with a noticeable southern twang barely reached Billboard's Hot 100 charts with the song. Subsequent singles were even less successful and at the age of 34 (significantly older than most Motown acts at the time), she was dropped from the label. Don't Let Him Shop Around" b/w "A New Girl" (M 1007). Itsy Bity Pity Love" b/w "But I'm Afraid" (M 1014). Everybody's Talkin' About My Baby" b/w "I Cried All Night" (M 1025).
This article contains a listing of Dean Martin's original singles, LPs, and compilations from his career. Martin recorded his first single, "Which Way Did My Heart Go", "All of Me", for the small Diamond Records in July 1946. The Everybody Loves Somebody 1964 compilation album was Martin's best-selling album, narrowly missing the top spot at No. 2. The Dean Martin Christmas Album, released in 1966, became a perennial best-seller throughout the late 1960s and early 1970s, hitting No. 1 on Billboard's Christmas chart. Demand for Martin's recordings continues to be significantly high in the new millennium.
But would Dean want you around now that he knew? Probably not. He didn't feel the same; why would he want to keep you around? You leaned against a dumpster in a back alley. You let out an exhausted sigh and slid down to the ground, bringing your knees up to your chest and wrapping your arms around them. Your head dropped forward, your forehead resting on your knee. You tried to calm your breathing, closing your eyes and trying to forget the outside world. You let out a soft groan when you heard heavy booted footsteps approaching. (y/n)?" Dean greeted softly
Debbie gets a spot on the roster of the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders, which is referenced only as "Texas" throughout the movie. The only problem is that Debbie doesn't have enough money to get there on her own, and her mom doesn't want to help her, so her friends decide to help her out, and they all get small jobs around town to raise money. She realizes that they can get more money by performing sexual favors