Gotta Find Me a Lover (24 Hours a Day)

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"Gotta Find Me a Lover (24 Hours a Day)"
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Single by Erma Franklin
B-side Change My Thoughts From You
Released 1969
Genre R&B
Length 2:14
Label Brunswick
Writer(s) Carl Davis, Eugene Record
Erma Franklin singles chronology
"Right to Cry"
(1968)
"Gotta Find Me a Lover (24 Hours a Day)"
(1969)
"Saving My Love"
(1969)

"Gotta Find Me a Lover (24 Hours a Day)" is a song that became a hit on Billboard's R&B chart in 1969, reaching #40, for Erma Franklin. It was written by Carl Davis and Eugene Record. The song was Franklin's last R&B hit. It was Brunswick # 55403.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Colin Larkin The Encyclopedia of Popular Music 2011 -0857125958 Page 2206 "Although she did secure a minor 1969 hit with 'Gotta Find Me A Lover (24 Hours A Day)' for Brunswick Records, her later work failed to match that early promise."