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Released: July 1966

Based a gospel song (‘You Can’t Hurry God’), this provided The Supremes with their seventh number one and became a signature Motown track. Written and produced by the in house team of Holland-Dozier-Holland, the shimmering song was their attempt to re-construct the previous Supremes hit ‘Come See About Me’, but the joyous results were above and beyond those limitations.

 
 

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