Who Sang You've Been So Wonderful to Me? The Supremes

The Supremes Love Child cover art
Release information
Writer(s): Allen Story, Anna Gaye, Anna Gordy Gaye, George Gordy
Release Date: 1968-11-13
length: 2:31
producer: George Gordy
I believe in everything you do
My heart and soul goes out to you
This world was made for boys like you
You never made me cry, you never told me a lie

You've been wonderful to me
Ooh, so wonderful to me
Oh yes, you have
Wonderful, wonderful

You're wonderful and kind
You're forever gently on my mind
Even in my sleep I have wonderful dreams
You're always there speaking softly it seems
Telling me how much I mean to you
Oh, darling you're my dream come true

You're wonderful to me
So wonderful to me
Oh yes, you are

Someday I'll find the words to say
To let you know how much I appreciate
Your being true and loving me the way you do
There's a smile upon my heart
Knowing you'll never say you'll part

You've been so wonderful to me
So wonderful to me
Oh, yes you have
Wonderful, wonderful to me

Oh yes, you have

You've been so wonderful
Oh, yes you have

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Love Child
  • 2 Keep an Eye
  • 3 How Long Has That Evening Train Been Gone
  • 4 Does Your Mama Know About Me
  • 5 Honey Bee (Keep on Stinging Me)
  • 6 Some Things You Never Get Used To
  • 7 He's My Sunny Boy
  • 8 You've Been So Wonderful to Me
  • 9 (Don't Break These) Chains of Love
  • 10 You Ain't Livin' Till You're Lovin'
  • 11 I'll Set You Free
  • 12 Can't Shake It Loose

  • Release information
    label: Motown Records
    country(area): United States
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin