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Let Me Be Good To You is the title track to Lou Rawls' 1980 album of the same name.[1] The track was Rawls' last big hit on Gamble & Huff's Philadelphia International Records, where Rawls recorded his biggest smash, "You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine."Other tracks on this effort include "Lover's Holiday," "What's The Matter With The Word," and the standard, "Tomorrow."

The track is also the name of soul classic recorded by Memphis R&B legend Carla Thomas, who recorded on the classic Stax record label. The track is included on her third Stax album, entitled "Carla."[2]


Lou Rawls' Official Website

References

  1. ^ Lou Rawls - Let Me Be Good To You - The Ultimate Soul And Funk Music Records Database
  2. ^ Carla Thomas Song Lyrics | Search for Free Carla Thomas's Lyrics | MTV

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