Who Sang Nowhere to Run? Laura Nyro and LaBelle

LaBelle Gonna Take a Miracle cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1971
Genre: Rock Pop Folk, World, & Country
Style: Folk Rock/Acoustic/Doo Wop/Vocal
length: 5:09
vocal: Laura Nyro
piano: Laura Nyro
background vocals: Nona Hendryx, Patti LaBelle and Sarah Dash
Lyrics
Nowhere To Run to, baby, nowhere to hide
Got Nowhere To Run to, baby, Nowhere to hide.
It's not love I'm a running from,
It's the heartbreak I know will come.
'Cause I know you're no good for me, but you've become a part of me.
Ev'rywhere I go your face I see ev'rystep I take you take with me.
Nowhere To Run to, baby, nowhere to hide
Got Nowhere To Run to, baby, Nowhere to hide.
I know you're not good for me, but free of you I'll never be, no.
Each night as I sleep, into my heart you creep.
I wake up feelin' sorry I met you, hoping soon that I'll forget you.
When I look in the mirror to comb my hair
I see your face just a smiling there.
Nowhere To Run, Nowhere to hide from you baby,
Got Nowhere To Run to, baby, Nowhere to hide.
I know you're no good for me, but you've become a part of me,
How can I fight a lover that shouldn't be when it's so deep,
so deep, deep inside of me
My love reaches so high I can't get over it.
It's so wide I can't get around it, no
Nowhere To Run, Nowhere to hide from you baby.
Just can't get away from you baby, no matter how I try to baby,
Nowhere to hide. I know you're no good for me, but free of you I'll never be,
Nowhere To Run, Nowhere to hide, Got Nowhere To Run to baby.

Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 I Met Him on a Sunday
  • 2 The Bells
  • 3 Monkey Time / Dancing in the Street
  • 4 Desiree
  • 5 You’ve Really Got a Hold on Me
  • 6 Spanish Harlem
  • 7 Jimmy Mack
  • 8 The Wind
  • 9 Nowhere to Run
  • 10 It’s Gonna Take a Miracle

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