Trying To Make A Fool Of Me - The Delfonics - La La Means I Love You (CD, Album)


Download Trying To Make A Fool Of Me - The Delfonics - La La Means I Love You (CD, Album)
2003
Label: Brilliant - BT 33091 • Format: CD Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Soul


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8 thoughts on “ Trying To Make A Fool Of Me - The Delfonics - La La Means I Love You (CD, Album)

  1. The Delfonics have been around a while. It all started back in when a record called La La la means i Love You hit the chart and became a top 10 hit on the pop charts. And they were popular into the 's. Trying to Make a Fool of Me came out in right after their other big top 10 hit Didn't I (Blow Your mind)/5(4).
  2. La-La Means I Love You (Remastered) The Delfonics Soul · Preview SONG TIME La-La Means I Love You La-La Means I Love You. 1. PREVIEW Didn't I (Blow Your Mind This Time) 9. PREVIEW Trying to Make a Fool of Me.
  3. rows · Watch the video for Trying To Make A Fool Of Me from The Delfonics's Greatest Hits .
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Trying To Make A Fool Of Me / Baby I Love You on Discogs.
  5. La La Means I Love You Lyrics: Many guys have come to you / With a line that wasn't true / And you passed them by / Now you're in the center ring / And their lines don't mean a thing / Why don't.
  6. By the end of , Cameo-Parkway Records announced that it would soon no longer exist as a record company. In December of that year, Thom Bell took the Delfonics into Cameo-Parkway's recording studio to record a William Hart composition, entitled "La-La (Means I Love You)", which featured Hart on falsetto spactydensprozerof.profnaiserleneeburpizehimagkalscang.co Cameo-Parkway about to be defunct, Stan Watson started up his own label.
  7. Mar 29,  · Of course not all of The Delfonics material is created equally well, and to that end, the compilations Didn’t I Blow Your Mind, along with La La La Means I Love You, The Definitive Collection, capture all that you’ll ever need from this nearly forgotten and overlooked trio/5(42).

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