Who Sang You? America

America Holiday cover art

Some other versions of "You"
Credits
release date: 1974
genres: Rock Pop Folk, World, & Country
styles: Classic Rock/Soft Rock
length: 2:28
producer: George Martin
membranophone: Willie Leacox
engineer: Geoff Emerick
arranger: George Martin
bass: America
guitar: America
keyboard: America
percussion: Willie Leacox
tape: Pete Henderson
Found on Holiday.

You
How'd you ever get so cool
Your mother must have kept you out of school
You never learned the golden rule
You think you've got a reputation

You had a smile on your face too soon
Too bad you never learned the tune
Without me, who loves you now

You had a smile on your face too soon
Too bad you never learned the tune
Without me, who loves you now

Go to who loves you now
And tell 'em you're sorry
Don't need eyes to see you
No one else can tell you how

We were so close to you
There was not anything we wouldn't do
For you

Nobody loves you now
Nobody loves you now
Nobody loves you now
Nobody loves you now



Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Miniature
  • 2 Tin Man
  • 3 Another Try
  • 4 Lonely People
  • 5 Glad to See You
  • 6 Mad Dog
  • 7 Hollywood
  • 8 Baby It’s Up to You
  • 9 You
  • 10 Old Man Took
  • 11 What Does It Matter
  • 12 In the Country

  • Album Information
    label: Warner Bros. Records
    country(area): United States
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin