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Released: August 1973

"Woo-woo!" The Pips' deathless contribution to one of Gladys Knight's best loved tunes is an impression of a steam train. All the rest of the song's swinging soul power is down to Knight's convincing devotion to a man whose dreams of LA stardom have gone tits up, and Jim Weatherly's less-is-more lyric: "I'd rather live in his world than live without him in mine". Devastating.

 
 
 
 
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