I Want to Be Loved (But Only by You)
"I Want To Be Loved (But Only By You)" is a 1947 ballad written by  and recorded by Savannah Churchill and The Sentimentalists. The single was Savannah Churchill's most successful release on the R&B charts, spending six months on the chart and reaching number one on the R&B Juke Box chart.
- Also in 1947, Lionel Hampton and His Hamptonians, reached number two on the R&B Juke Box chart, with their version of the song.
- Also in 1947, Dinah Washington recorded the song. It was released as a single Stairway to the Stars c/w I Want to be Loved. It is often confused with her 1950 single I Wanna Be Loved (written by Johnny Green, Edward Heyman and Billy Rose.)
- In 1956 Johnnie Ray recorded a version for Columbia Records.
- In 1969 Mina covered the song on her album Mina for You.
"Ain't Nobody Here But Us Chickens" by Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five
|Billboard Most-Played Juke Box Race Records number-one single
May 17, 1947
May 31, 1947
"Old Maid Boogie" by Eddie Vinson and His Orchestra
"Jack, You're Dead" by Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five