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Ben E. King — Supernatural Thing
Album: Supernatural
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Released: 1975
Length: 4:03
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Your love, your love
Supernatural thing
Your love, your love
Supernatural thing, oh, babe

Your love (your love, your love)
Supernatural thing (supernatural)
Oh, baby (supernatural)

Your love, your love
(Your love, your love)
Supernatural thing (supernatural)
Mmm, baby (supernatural)

When we touch, you give me such
A funny feeling in my brain
I'm so possessed by your love
Sometimes I don't even know my name

When we kiss
You know you make me hot
I break out sometimes
In little bitty green spots

You give me
Give me all you got
Don't stop it, baby
'Cause I need a lot

Your love (your love, your love)
Lord, it's a supernatural thing
(Supernatural) oh, woman
(Supernatural)

Your love, your love
(Your love, your love)
Supernatural thing (supernatural)
Mmm hmm (supernatural)

Interplanetary, extraordinary love
(Interplanetary) what you say
(Extraordinary) hey (supernatural)
I like it (supernatural) listen
Interplanetary, extraordinary love

(Interplanetary) I like it
(Extraordinary) like the way you love me
(Supernatural) oh, baby (supernatural)

You give me cosmic feeling
Every time that I squeeze you
You love is so electrifying
So satisfying
Lord knows I ain't lying

Your love (your love, your love)
Supernatural thing (supernatural)
Oh, woman (supernatural)
Your love (your love, your love)
Lord, it's a supernatural thing
(Supernatural) what you say
(Supernatural)
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  melzabutch wrote:

SUPER NATURAL 

  Proclivities wrote:

I don't think Marsha Hunt was singing back-up on this tune.  Cool photo, however.

 
Super Music!  Exceptional Beauty (read her bio  : )
Wow.  From Crooked Still to Ben E. King seamlessly in 2 moves.  I'm in awe as usual, BillG.
 musickat wrote:
We need to hear this way more often  {#Bananasplit}

 
{#Bananasplit} Concur...{#Bananapiano}
Great song....thought it was Steve Miller's "Your Saving Grace" but this works too.
Ya gotta play this one more often !!  Lovin' it !!
 melzabutch wrote:



SUPER NATURAL 

 
I don't think Marsha Hunt was singing back-up on this tune.  Cool photo, however.
 phlattop wrote:
never heard it before either but loving it

grant wrote:
I have never heard this before, and I think I like this a lot!!!!

Next stop I-Tunes . . .
 



 

you folks are in for a treat, b.e.king has done a lot of really soulful stuff.
 melzabutch wrote:



SUPER NATURAL

 
{#Dance}....indeed
 



Everybody in my mushrooming multitude of churches loves this song...
 
Thanks for recalling the memories Bill



SUPER NATURAL

 
We need to hear this way more often  {#Bananasplit}
Hell yes!
BadA$$  {#Cheers}
I FEEL U SHAKIN IT ALL THE WAY FROM COLOMBIA!  {#Bananasplit}{#Dancingbanana}

 
leap wrote:
{#Motor}
 


{#Bananasplit}{#Dancingbanana}BILL'S MAKIN MY DAY W SOME NEW GROOVES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!   {#Notworthy}
{#Motor}
didn't get enough of this in the day. Super! {#Dancingbanana_2}
I  love Siouxsie Sioux's cover version of this song too!!!
Bill's feeling funky !
Yeaaah...hows about Donna Summer's "Love to love you baby", Eddie Kendricks "Boogie down", the Temptations, Sly Stone and Family and Curtis Mayfield
do your research children, you will be mooovin and groooovin" 
never heard it before either but loving it

grant wrote:
I have never heard this before, and I think I like this a lot!!!!

Next stop I-Tunes . . .
 


I have never heard this before, and I think I like this a lot!!!!

Next stop I-Tunes . . .
Super cool! I've never heard anything by Ben E. King aside from "Stand By Me". Thanks, Bill!
Love it! A bit of Motown on RP!

Thank you Thank you!!  LUV this song!!{#Kiss}


 MLavender wrote:

Wow — hard to believe people could miss the groove.  I don't normally find myself dancing at my desk, but this song just asks for it.  Damn good song.
 
. . . South London, say 1977/8, Punk had just been invented and lots of people wanted to pogo and spit at each other. . . most of the rest just wanted chart music. Finding people who even knew what a groove was at that time was a tad difficult. . . :)
 Poacher wrote:
Oh My Goodness! I used to play this when I was a dj in the 70s. I loved it but found it difficult to find a crowd that got the groove. 

I have not heard this for decades. . . lovely stuff.
 
Wow — hard to believe people could miss the groove.  I don't normally find myself dancing at my desk, but this song just asks for it.  Damn good song.

SUPERFLY!
Oh My Goodness! I used to play this when I was a dj in the 70s. I loved it but found it difficult to find a crowd that got the groove. 

I have not heard this for decades. . . lovely stuff.