Posts Tagged ‘Judy Clay’

Lonely People do Foolish Things

January 26, 2020

“Lonely People do Foolish Things,” written by Eddie Snyder and Richard Ahlert, recorded by Judy Clay, 1964.

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Children Don’t Get Weary

January 26, 2020

“Children Don’t Get Weary,” recorded by Judy Clay with Booker T & The MGs, 1968. There’s a great version by Bessie Griffin.

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You Can’t Run Away From Your Heart

March 5, 2016

“You Can’t Run Away From Your Heart,” written by David Porter and Isaac Hayes, recorded by Judy Clay in 1967.

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