You've Made Me So Very Happy Lyrics

Blood, Sweat & Tears


album: Track 8 in album Blood, Sweat & Tears
release date: 1969-1
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length: 4:19
producer: James William Guercio
lead vocals: David Clayton-Thomas
vocal: Steve Katz, Dick Halligan and Bobby Colomby
engineer: Fred Catero and Roy Halee
arranger: Blood, Sweat & Tears, Al Kooper and Fred Lipsius
bass: Jim Fielder
drums & percussion: Bobby Colomby
flugelhorn & trumpet: Lew Soloff and Chuck Winfield
harmonica & guitar: Steve Katz
piano & alto saxophone: Fred Lipsius
trombone & recorder: Jerry Hyman
flute & trombone & organ & piano: Dick Halligan
writer: Frank Wilson, Berry Gordy, Brenda Holloway, Patrice Holloway

Cover Art

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I lost at love before
Got mad and closed the door
But you said "Try, just once more"
I chose you for the one
Now we're having so much fun
You treated me so kind
I'm about to lose my mind
You made me so very happy

The others were untrue
But when it came to loving you
I'd spend my whole life with you
Cause you came and you took control
You touched my very soul
You always showed me that
Loving you was where it's at
You made me so very happy
I'm so glad you came into my life yeah

I love you so much you see
You're even in my dreams
I can hear you, I can hear you callin me
I'm so in love with you
All I ever want to do is
Thank you baby, thank you baby

You made me so very happy
I'm so glad you came into my life
You made me so very happy
You made me so so very happy baby
I'm so glad you came
Into my life
I want to thank you girl
Every day of my life
I want to thank you
You made me so very happy (fade)



Track Listing


12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Variations on a Theme by Erik Satie (1st and 2nd Movements, Adapted From "Trois Gymnopedies")
  • 2 Smiling Phases
  • 3 Sometimes in Winter
  • 4 More and More
  • 5 And When I Die
  • 6 God Bless the Child
  • 7 Spinning Wheel
  • 8 You've Made Me So Very Happy
  • 9 Blues, Part II
  • 10 Variations on a Theme by Erik Satie (1st Movement, Adapted From "Trois Gymnopedies")