Poor Baby - The Cowsills.
Artist: The Cowsills. Poor Baby:The Cowsills. on BB Hot 100 on MGM Records in 1968. INTRO: E 1. E D Poor Baby, something always bringing you down. E If you look for it baby, there's so much. D unhappiness all around. may seem try to close your eyes B and dream. B B7 B Think of the good times (good times) just think of the B7 B B7 good times that we're gonna se. .now, baby nothing's as bad as it. B B7 B Think of the good times (good times) just think of the B7 B B7 good times that are gonna b.
This song is by The Cowsills and appears on the album Best of Cowsills (1994). Poor baby, try to feel betterNothing's as bad as it may seemPoor baby, under the weatherTry to close your eyes and dream. Think of the good times(Good times)Just think of the good times that we're gonna see.
T Romeo) Poor Baby, something always bringing you down If you look for it baby, there's so much unhappiness all around Don't cry, your dadd. 6. Silver Threads and Golden Needles. 7. The Propecy of Daniel & John the Divine (Six-Six-Six). 8. The Rain, the Park & Other Things.
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The Best of the Cowsills. try to clear up your mind Poor Baby, try to feel better Nothing's as bad as it may seem Poor Baby, under the weather
Artist: The Cowsills. Written by Tony Romeo. Arranged by Tony Romeo and produced by Wes Farrell. After In Need Of A Friend ’s modest performance on the Hot-100, the Cowsills turned to Wes Farrell to produce their next 45, Indian Lake. It reached while the follow-up, Poor Baby made it to Both songs were written by Tony Romeo, who also wrote the Partridge’s Family’s I Think I Love You and Lou Christie’s I’m Gonna Make You Mine. The Cowsills are still performing today, although we have sadly lost three of their members, Bill, Barry and Mom, Barbara
The Cowsills' musical interest started while their father Bud Cowsill was stationed in Canton, Ohio in the late 1950s, as a US Navy recruiter. Bill and Bob taught themselves how to play the guitar. As the boys' musical and vocal abilities developed they began performing at church school dances in Stark County, Ohio. In 1978, several of the Cowsills-including Paul, John, Barry, Bob and Susan-recorded an album called Cocaine Drain with producer Chuck Plotkin. The album was never completed, and at some point the master tapes were lost. For almost 30 years the album existed only as a scratchy acetate. In March 2008 a version of the album was finally released, remastered from that acetate under Bob Cowsill's direction. Poor Baby" b/w "Meet Me At The Wishing Well" (from Captain Sad and His Ship Of Fools).
Arranged By – Tony RomeoProducer – Wes FarrellWritten-By – Romeo*
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Arranged By – Herb BernsteinWritten-By, Producer – Bill Cowsill, Bob Cowsill
|K 13981||The Cowsills||Poor Baby (7", Single)||MGM Records||K 13981||US||1968|
|61 206||The Cowsills||Poor Baby (7", Single)||MGM Records||61 206||Germany||1968|
|61 022, 61.022||The Cowsills||Poor Baby (7", Single)||MGM Records, MGM Records||61 022, 61.022||Spain||1968|
|13981X||The Cowsills||Poor Baby (7", Single)||MGM Records||13981X||Canada||1968|
|K 13981||The Cowsills||Poor Baby / Meet Me At The Wishing Well (7", Single)||MGM Records||K 13981||US||1968|