That's How Strong My Love Is

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"That's How Strong My Love Is"
Single by O. V. Wright
B-side"There Goes My Used To Be"
RecordedMemphis, Tennessee, USA
Songwriter(s)Roosevelt Jamison

"That's How Strong My Love Is" is a song written by Roosevelt Jamison and first recorded in 1964 by deep soul singer O. V. Wright. The song is a soulful love ballad and has been covered many times, most notably in 1965 by Otis Redding, with Redding's cover reaching no.18 on the Billboard R&B chart and no.74 on the US pop chart. The lyrics use natural phenomena such as the sun, the moon, and the ocean to describe the extent of the author's love.

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Otis Redding's version appeared on his album The Great Otis Redding Sings Soul Ballads. Three other versions of the song were recorded in 1965, one by The Rolling Stones on their album Out of Our Heads, a second by The In Crowd, released as a single and the third by The Hollies on their 1966 album Would You Believe?.

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