Sweet Lorraine (Uriah Heep song)

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For the Nat King Cole (Burwell / Parish) song, see Sweet Lorraine.
"Sweet Lorraine"
Single by Uriah Heep
from the album The Magician's Birthday
A-side Sweet Lorraine
B-side Blind Eye
Released December 1972
Format 7"
Length 4:13
Label Bronze
Writer(s) Mick Box, David Byron, Gary Thain
Uriah Heep singles chronology
"Blind Eye"
"Sweet Lorraine"
"Spider Woman"
The Magician's Birthday track listing
"Sweet Lorraine"

"Sweet Lorraine" is a song by the band Uriah Heep, first released on the album The Magician's Birthday. It was written by Mick Box, Gary Thain and David Byron. "Sweet Lorraine" reached #91 in the US Billboard Hot 100.[1] It is one of the better-known songs by the band, famous, in part, for its Moog synthesizer solo performed by Ken Hensley. It became a popular live performance. The B-side of "Sweet Lorraine" is the first single released from The Magician's Birthday, "Blind Eye".



  1. ^ "Billboard Singles". All Media Guide / Billboard. Retrieved 2010-03-01. 

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