Let Yourself Go (The Supremes song)

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"Let Yourself Go"
Single by The Supremes
B-side "You Are the Heart of Me"
Released January 25, 1977
Genre Dance, Disco
Label Motown
Songwriter(s) B. Holland, E. Holland, Jr., Harold Beatty
Producer(s) B. Holland, E. Holland
The Supremes singles chronology
"You're My Driving Wheel"
(1976)
"Let Yourself Go"
(1977)
"Love, I Never Knew You Could Feel So Good"
(1977)
"You're My Driving Wheel"
(1976)
"Let Yourself Go"
(1977)
"Love, I Never Knew You Could Feel So Good"
(1977)

"Let Yourself Go" is a disco song recorded by The Supremes. It was written by Harold Beatty, Eddie Holland and Brian Holland (the latter two formerly part of Motown's hit songwriting team Holland-Dozier-Holland in the 1960s). The song was released on January 25, 1977 as the second single from The Supremes' Mary, Scherrie & Susaye album, and the last one by the group officially released in the US, ever. The song peaked at #83 on the US R&B charts.[1]

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  1. ^ "Artist Search for "the supremes"". AllMusic. Retrieved 2016-10-12.