Give a Little Love (Bay City Rollers song)
|"Give a Little Love"|
|Single by Bay City Rollers|
|from the album Wouldn't You Like It?|
|B-side||"She'll Be Crying Over You"|
|Songwriter(s)||Phil Wainman and Johnny Goodison|
|Producer(s)||Phil Wainman and Johnny Goodison|
|Bay City Rollers singles chronology|
"Give a Little Love", by the Bay City Rollers, was a UK number-one single for three weeks in July 1975. It was written by John Goodison and Phil Wainman and produced by Wainman. It was the band's second and final UK number one, and was the 11th biggest British hit of 1975. Unlike the single version, the original UK album version (on the LP Wouldn't You Like It) was augmented with a string section, while the US-only Bay City Rollers album had only the basic rhythm track and no strings.
This song was not released as a single in the United States, and therefore failed to chart. Their follow-up hit a few months later, however, "Saturday Night," reached No. 1 in the United States and Canada, but was not re-released in the UK after having failed to chart in 1973.
- "Give a Little Love" — 3:29
- "She'll Be Crying Over You" — 3:12
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