Who Sang When Love Has Grown? George Benson

George Benson Body Talk cover art
Release information
Writer(s): Donny Hathaway, Gene Mcdaniels
Release Date: 1973
length: 5:05
producer: Creed Taylor
arranger: Pee Wee Ellis
engineer: Rudy van Gelder
conductor: Pee Wee Ellis
electric bass guitar: Gary King
electric piano: Harold Mabern
guitar: Earl Klugh and George Benson
percussion: Mobutu
tenor saxophone: Frank Foster
trombone: Gerald Chamberlain and Dick Griffin
trumpet: John Gatchell, Jon Faddis and Waymon Reed
double bass: Ron Carter
drums (drum set): Jack DeJohnette
When love has grown
Up to the point of love
When the tears that are cried
Are not the sweet tears of joy
You know the sun has surely made its final dawning
When love has died
Instead of growing on

When love can grow
Up to the point of love
When the tears that are cried
Can be the sweet tears of joy
Then we'll have days that are filled with days and nights
Of loving, you & me
Then love will ever be growing on

When love can grow
Up to the point of love
Mmmm, when the tears that are cried
Can be the sweet tears of joy
Then we'll have days that are filled with days and nights
Of loving, you & me
Then love will ever be growing on

Growing on, growing on
Growing on, growing on
Growing
Growing, growing, growing, growing, growing on

Tracklist
Reel-to-reel 1
  • 1 Body Talk
  • 2 Top of the World
  • 3 Dance
  • 4 When Love Has Grown
  • 5 Plum