So Full Of Love is an 1978 album by the The O'Jays. The album contains the #1 R&B hit "Use ta Be My Girl".This album was awarded RIAA Platinum Certification for sales of 1,000,000 copies sold. 
The single "Brandy" has long been speculated by many fans to be about a woman. However, in 2013, production team Gamble and Huff revealed the song was, in fact, written about a dog.
All songs written by Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff, except where noted.
- "Sing My Heart Out" - 4:25
- "Use Ta Be My Girl" - 4:02
- "Cry Together" - 5:36
- "This Time Baby" (Casey James, LeRoy Bell) - 4:43
- "Brandy" (Joseph B. Jefferson, Charles B. Simmons) - 4:14
- "Take Me to the Stars" (Larry Hancock, Al Boyd) - 4:13
- "Help (Somebody Please)" (Eddie Levert, Robert Dukes) - 4:58
- "Strokety Sroke" (Bunny Sigler) - 4:24
- Kenneth Gamble - producer, songwriter
- Dennis Harris - guitar
- Bobby Eli - guitar
- Roland Chambers - guitar
- Bunny Sigler - guitar, keyboards, piano, producer
- Norman Harris - Arranger, guitar
- Ron Baker - bass guitar
- Eddie Levert - vocals, songwriter
- Sammy Strain - vocals
- Walter Williams - vocals
- Lenny Pakula - keyboards
- Leon Huff - keyboards, producer, piano, songwriter
- Earl Young - drums
- Don Renaldo - conductor, horn, strings
- Thom Bell - Arranger, Strings, Producer, Songwriter
- Larry Washington - bongos, percussion
- Vincent Montana, Jr. - percussion, vibraphone
- Tony Sellari - art direction
- Bobby Martin - arranger
||So Full Of Love
||"Brandy (I Really Miss You)"
|"Use ta Be My Girl"