Come and Get Your Love

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This article is about the Redbone song. For the song by Roger Daltrey, see Ride a Rock Horse.
"Come and Get Your Love"
Single by Redbone
from the album Wovoka
Released 1974 (1974)
Genre Funk, Swamp Pop
Length 3:27
Writer(s) Lolly Vegas
Producer(s) Lolly Vegas, Pat Vegas
Redbone singles chronology
"When You Got Trouble"
"Come and Get Your Love"

"Come and Get Your Love" is a 1974 hit single by the Native American rock band Redbone. The song was written by band member Lolly Vegas and produced by Lolly and his brother Pat Vegas, who was also a band member. It was originally featured on Redbone's album, Wovoka; later the song appeared on many "greatest hits" albums released by the band, as well as on numerous compilation albums of the 1970s. The song peaked at number 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in April 1974. It spent 18 weeks in the Top 40 and landed as the 4th most popular song on the Hot 100 for 1974. The single was certified gold by the RIAA on April 22, 1974, which indicates that it had sold over half a million copies in the United States. The song is Redbone's highest charting single and one of two Top 40 hits by the band (an earlier recording, "The Witch Queen of New Orleans", peaked at number 21 in 1972). The song "Come and Get Your Love" also exists in a longer version, with an introductory slow part, plus a longer repeated coda. However, most radio stations rarely play it on the air.

Chart performance[edit]

Chart Peaks (1974) Position
U.S. Billboard Hot 100[1] 5

End of year peaks[edit]

End of year chart (1974) Position
U.S. Billboard Hot 100[2] 4

Real McCoy version[edit]

"Come and Get Your Love"
Single by Real McCoy
from the album Another Night
Released June 29, 1995
Format CD
Length 3:14
Label Arista
Producer(s) Douglas Carr
Per Adebratt
Tommy Ekman
David Brunner
Real McCoy singles chronology
"Love & Devotion"
"Come and Get Your Love"
"Sleeping with an Angel/Ooh Boy"

In 1995, the German eurodance group Real McCoy released a cover version of the song, which peaked at number 19 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. This version also went to number-one on the American dance chart in August 1995. This version of the song also samples 2 Unlimited's hit single No One.

Chart performance (Real McCoy version)[edit]

Charts (1995) Peak
Australian ARIA Singles Chart[3] 18
Belgian (Flanders) Singles Chart[3] 39
Belgian (Wallonia) Singles Chart[3] 39
Canada (RPM)[4] 42
Canada Dance (RPM)[5] 4
Dutch Singles Chart[3] 37
Finnish Singles Chart[3] 9
German Singles Chart 53
Irish Singles Chart[6] 22
New Zealand Singles Chart[3] 8
UK Singles Chart 19
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 19
U.S. Billboard Hot Dance/Club Play 1

Cover versions[edit]

In popular culture[edit]



  • The Billboard Book of Top 40 Hits, 6th Edition, 1996
  • The Billboard Book of #1 Hits, 5th Edition, 2003
Preceded by
"My Love Is for Real" by Paula Abdul
Billboard Hot Dance Club Play number-one single (Real McCoy version)
August 26, 1995
Succeeded by
"No More I Love You's" by Annie Lennox