Hello Stranger" is a 1963 hit single by Barbara Lewis, which spent two weeks at number one on the R&B singles chart in Billboard, crossing over to Pop. "Hello Stranger" was written by Barbara Lewis herself, who was originally inspired to write a song with that title while working gigs in Detroit with her musician father: I would make the circuit with my dad and people would yell out: ‘Hey stranger, hello stranger, it’s been a long time’".
Album Love Me. Hello Stranger Lyrics. Shoo-bop, shoo-bop, my baby, shoo-bop, shoo-bop. Hello, stranger It seems so good to see you back again How long has it been? It seems like a mighty long time (Shoo-bop, shoo-bop, my baby) It seems like a mighty long time. I my, my, my, my, I'm so glad You stopped by to say "Hello" to me Remember that's the way it used to be It seems like a mighty long time (Shoo-bop, shoo-bop, my baby) It seems like a mighty long time.
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Yvonne Elliman is the debut album by American pop music star Yvonne Elliman, recorded and released in 1972 on Decca Records. It was produced by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice that features the single "I Don't Know How To Love Him". Lewis recorded "Hello Stranger" at Chess Studios in Chicago in January 1963. The track's producer Ollie McLaughlin recruited the Dells to provide the background vocals. The arrangement by Riley Hampton - then working with Etta James - featured a signature organ riff provided by keyboardist John Young.
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