Yeah…Yeah! For Once In My Post! πŸŽΌπŸŽΉπŸŽ·

A repeat Inspired by the song, For Once in My Life!

A swing song written by Ron Miller and Orlando Murden for Motown Records’ Stein & Van Stock publishing company and first recorded in 1965.

It was first recorded by Barbara McNair, but first released in 1966 by Jean DuShon. Other early version of the ballad were issued by the Four Tops, The Temptations and Tony Bennett and Diana Ross, whose recording was the first to reach the pop charts.

And yes! The truly memorable version by Stevie Wonder!

Listen below:

https://youtu.be/imsB543zqSM

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This is my rendition recently released by Bastardized Records, LLC!

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For once in (my post) …

I have something (maybe) worth (posting)

Something (surely lacking) (before) …

For once (unabashed)

I can go

where (this post) leads me

and somehow I know (I’m not wrong)

For once I can (write)

what my heart (could only scheme) of …

Long before I knew …

(Ouch) …

Someone (informed or deformed)

like you …

(Oh) my dreams

(have finally) come true!

For once in (my post)

I won’t let (bad vibes sting) me

Not like they’ve (Ouch) …

(stung) me before

For once I have someone

I (hope) won’t

(eventually unfollow) me …

(So) I’m not

(Hopeless and Friendless In Seattle)

anymore!

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Actually I’m old and senile and live in South Florida not Seattle!

By Halbarbera

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