I Really Love You

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"I Really Love You"
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Single by George Harrison
from the album Gone Troppo
B-side "Circles"
Released 9 February 1983
Genre Rhythm and blues, doo-wop
Length 2:54
Label Dark Horse
Songwriter(s) Leroy Swearingen
Producer(s) George Harrison, Ray Cooper, Phil McDonald
George Harrison singles chronology
"Wake Up My Love"
(1982)
"I Really Love You"
(1983)
"Dream Away"
(1983)
"Wake Up My Love"
(1982)
"I Really Love You"
(1983)
"Dream Away"
(1983)
Gone Troppo track listing

"I Really Love You" is a song written by Leroy Swearingen and originally recorded by his Steubenville, Ohio, vocal group called The Stereos[1] in 1961. The record, issued on Cub Records, a subsidiary of MGM Records, reached number 29 on the Billboard Top 40 chart. The lead singer on the original was Ronnie Collins.

George Harrison version[edit]

Later on, the song was covered by former Beatle George Harrison on his 1982 studio album Gone Troppo. It was also released as the album's second single in the United States and the Netherlands, in February 1983, but failed to chart.

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Stereos at Allmusic

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