My Baby Loves Lovin'

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"My Baby Loves Lovin'"
My Baby Loves Lovin' - White Plains.jpg
Single by White Plains
B-side"Show Me Your Hand"
Released9 January 1970
Recorded26 October 1969
Songwriter(s)Roger Cook
Roger Greenaway
Producer(s)Roger Cook
Roger Greenaway
White Plains singles chronology
"My Baby Loves Lovin'"
"Lovin' You Baby"

"My Baby Loves Lovin'" was the top selling single for the British pop group White Plains. The song was written by Roger Cook and Roger Greenaway, recorded on 26 October 1969, and released on 9 January 1970 on the Decca Records imprint, Deram Records.

The lead vocalist is session singer Tony Burrows. Burrows also sang lead for Edison Lighthouse, The Pipkins, and the later line-up of Brotherhood of Man.

Track listing[edit]

7" vinyl

  • A. "My Baby Loves Lovin'"
  • B. "Show Me Your Hand"

Chart performance[edit]

Use in other media[edit]

Other versions[edit]

Charting concurrently with the White Plains version was a rendition by the Joe Jeffrey Group. This version reached number 115 on the Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[8] It also reached number 23 in Australia.[9] An early version had also been recorded by The Pipkins and was included on their LP Gimme Dat Ding, released late in 1970.

Edison Lighthouse released a version of the song in Japan in 1971.[10]


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  3. ^ "The Irish Charts – Search Results – My Baby Loves Lovin'". Irish Singles Chart. Retrieved January 10, 2018.
  4. ^ "flavour of new zealand - search listener". Retrieved 2016-10-02.
  5. ^ "SA Charts 1965–March 1989". Retrieved 1 September 2018.
  6. ^ "Item Display - RPM - Library and Archives Canada".
  7. ^ "Top 100 Hits of 1970/Top 100 Songs of 1970". Retrieved 2016-10-02.
  8. ^ Joel Whitburn's Bubbling Under the Billboard Hot 100 1959-2004
  9. ^ Go-Set National Top 40, 27 June 1970
  10. ^