My Guy" is a 1964 hit single recorded by Mary Wells for the Motown label. Written and produced by Smokey Robinson of The Miracles, the song is a woman's rejection of a sexual advance and affirmation of her fidelity to her boyfriend, who is her ideal and with whom she is happy, despite his ordinary physique and looks. "There's not a man today who could take me away from my guy").
Lyrics to "My Guy" song by Mary Wells: Nothing you can say can tear me away From my guy Nothing you could do, 'cause I'm stuck like glue T. .
Sings My Guy (LP, Album, Mono, R, ) Motown, Motown. M 617, 617. US. 1964. Mary Wells. Mary Wells Sings My Guy (LP, Album, Mono).
Album · 1964 · 12 Songs. Mary Wells - 27 Original Tracks. The One Who Really Loves You.
The album features her signature hit of the same name (which had already appeared on Greatest Hits earlier in the year) and the proposed singles Whisper You Love Me Boy and He’s the One I Love, the latter later re-recorded by Tammi Terrell during her own brief Motown tenure. It turned out to be the last studio effort Wells released for Motown as she left the label that year for 20th Century Fox Records. Mary Wells Sings My Guy Q&A.
This is a full discography of albums and singles released by Motown legend Mary Wells during a 30-year career that spanned a repertoire of doo-wop, R&B, pop, soul, disco and dance. Throughout her career, she released a total of sixteen albums and twenty-seven singles that charted between 1960 and 1982. Among the singles, twelve of them reached the Top 40 with four reaching the top ten and one hitting number-one
Artist: Mary Wells ( Mary Esther Wells). Album: Mary Wells Sings My Guy 1964. Translations: Chinese, German. A A. My Guy. Nothing you can say can tear me away. From my guy. Nothing you could do, 'cause I'm stuck like glue. To my guy. I'm sticking to my guy like a stamp to a letter. Like birds of a feather we stick together. I'm tellin' you from the start. I can't be torn apart from my guy. Nothing you could do could make me be untrue. I gave my guy my word of honor