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Distant lover (lover, lover, lover)

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My distant lover a lil s*** lil sumthin'.. Huh bro.. Huh bro..

Distant Lover

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"Distant Lover" is the sixth song issued on singer 's 1973 album, and the b-side of the second single from that album, "." A live recording was issued as a single in 1974. The live version of the song was Gaye's most successful during the three-year gap between and his following 1976 album, .

Marvin composed the melody of the song with songwriter Sandra Greene during a 1970 recording session while Gaye was finishing edits of his song, "What's Going On". Recorded on November 3, 1970, Gaye first recorded a rough version simply titled "Head Title". Later in the same recording sessions, with help from his sister-in-law, , Gaye composed more lyrics and gave it its title, "Distant Lover". Gaye would rework the song several times during the 1970 recording sessions. In the "Head Title" version, Gaye began singing his lyrics "right off the top of my head" and performed in a rasp-influenced growl. Two mixes of the "Head Title" version was released posthumously on reissues of Gaye's album.

Distant lover, darlin', ooo hoo hoo

1 What’s Going On
2 Let’s Get it On
3 Distant Lover (Live)
4 You’re a Special Part of Me
5 I Want You
6 My Last Chance
7 Got to Give It Up (Part 1)
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Distant lover (lover, lover, lover,) so many miles away.

Marvin composed the melody of the song with songwriter Sandra Greene during a 1970 recording session while Gaye was finishing edits of his song, "What's Going On". Recorded on November 3, 1970, Gaye first recorded a rough version simply titled "Head Title". Later in the same recording sessions, with help from his sister-in-law, , Gaye composed more lyrics and gave it its title, "Distant Lover". Gaye would rework the song several times during the 1970 recording sessions. In the "Head Title" version, Gaye began singing his lyrics "right off the top of my head" and performed in a rasp-influenced growl. Two mixes of the "Head Title" version was released posthumously on reissues of Gaye's album.

"Distant Lover" is the sixth song issued on singer 's 1973 album, and the b-side of the second single from that album, "." A live recording was issued as a single in 1974. The live version of the song was Gaye's most successful during the three-year gap between and his following 1976 album, .