Your Baby Doesn't Love You Anymore

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"Your Baby Doesn't Love You Anymore"
Single by The Carpenters
from the album Voice of the Heart
B-side "Sailing on the Tide"
Released 1984
Format 7" single
Recorded 1982
Genre Pop
Length 3:52
Label A&M
Writer(s) Larry Weiss ("Your Baby Doesn't Love You Anymore")
Richard Carpenter; Lyrics: John Bettis ("Sailing on the Tide")
Producer(s) Richard Carpenter
The Carpenters singles chronology
"Make Believe It's Your First Time"
"Your Baby Doesn't Love You Anymore"

"Your Baby Doesn't Love You Anymore" is a song originally recorded and made a minor hit by Ruby & the Romantics in 1965.[1] It appeared on their Greatest Hits album, and was released as a single on Kapp Records K-665 in April of that year.[2][3] On The Romantics' original version, the song's composer is listed as Lawrence (Larry) Weiss.[4] Although it was originally a B-side to the standard "We'll Meet Again", "Your Baby" received considerably more R&B radio airplay, but did not reach the Billboard Hot 100, only managing #8 on the Bubbling Under chart.[5]

The Carpenters' version[edit]

Nineteen years later, in 1984, The Carpenters released a cover version of the song as the second single from their 1983 Voice of the Heart album. The single was the second posthumous release after Karen's death. No video was shot for the song nor has the song ever been performed live by Richard.



The Carpenters
Chart (1984) Peak
U.S. Billboard Adult Contemporary 12

Ruby & The Romantics' original version[edit]

"Your Baby Doesn't Love You Anymore"
Single by Ruby & the Romantics
from the album Greatest Hits
A-side "We'll Meet Again"
B-side "Your Baby Doesn't Love You Anymore"
Released 1965
Format 7" single
Recorded 1965
Genre Pop/R&B
Label Kapp Records
Writer(s) Larry Weiss ("Your Baby Doesn't Love You Anymore")
Producer(s) Tom Catalano
Ruby & the Romantics singles chronology
"Does He Really Care for Me"
"Your Baby Doesn't Love You Anymore"
"We Can Make It"


Ruby & the Romantics
  • Ruby Nash
  • Leroy Fann
  • Ed Roberts
  • Ronald Mosely
  • George Lee
  • Song written and composed by Lawrence Weiss[6]
  • Orchestra arranged and conducted by Alan Lorber
  • Produced by Tom Catalano


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