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Joe Stampley sings "All These Things"

Joe Stampley sings "All These Things"

"All These Things" is a 1962 single written by Allen Toussaint under the pseudonym of "Naomi Neville". While previously recorded by Art Neville and Lee Tillman, the biggest chart hit version was performed by Joe Stampley. "All These Things" was Stampley's third number one on the country chart. The single stayed at number one for a single week and spent a total of thirteen weeks on the chart.

A re-recording in 1981 charted at number 62. John Boutte recorded it as well, and performs it regularly, and did so at Alan Toussaint 's memorial.

Joe Stampley - All These Things lyrics

 

The touch of your lips next to mine

Get me excited, make me feel fine.

The sound of your voice, your sweet hello

The fire inside me, when I'm holding you close.

 

Your love's so warm and tender.

Your thrill is so devine.

Yet it's All These Things

That make you mine.

 

If you would leave me, I surely would die.

When you started to go, I started to cry.

Now I've got it bad, but that's alright.

As long as your near me every night.

 

Your love's so warm and tender.

Your thrill is so divine.

Yet it's All These Things

That make you mine.

 

Music Break...

 

Now I got it bad, but that's alright.

As long as your near me every night.

 

Your love's so warm and tender.

Your thrill is so divine.

Yet it's All These Things

That make you mine.


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