Just Don't Want to Be Lonely" is a song written by Bobby Eli, John Freeman and Vinnie Barrett, originally recorded in 1973 by Ronnie Dyson and popularized internationally by The Main Ingredient. Dyson's version reached No. 60 in the US Pop chart, No. 30 Adult Contemporary, and No. 29 in the US R&B chart. Its flipside was "Point of No Return," a song written by Tom Bell & Linda Creed.
I'd rather be loved and needed Depended on to give a love I can't give when you're gone When you're gone I just don't want to be lonely I'd rather be loved I'd rather have your sweet love, sugar. I don't mind when the tide Sets the sun to the moon I just don't wanna be lonely Let the stairs find you there Waiting at the end of the room I just don't wanna be lonely. album: "Euphrates River" (1974). Happiness Is Just Around The Bend Don't You Worry 'Bout A Thing Just Don't Want To Be Lonely.
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The All Time Greatest Hits A Quiet Storm Euphrates River Greatest Hits: The Encore Collection The Main Ingredient . Greatest Hits Everybody Plays the Fool: The Best of the Main Ingredient Euphrates River The Spinning Around: Singles 1967-1975. The Main Ingredient – Just Don't Want to Be Lonely. I'd rather be loved and needed Depended on to give a love I can't give When you're gone, when you're gone I just don't want to be lonely I'd just rather be loved. I don't mind when the time sets the sun to the moon I just don't want to be lonely Let the stairs find you there, at the end of the room I just don't want to be lonely. Lyrics submitted by Stephi1.
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The Main Ingredient in 1970. Original members (L-to-R) Luther Simmons, Don McPherson, and Tony Silvester. Background information. They peaked at number eight on the R&B chart in 1974 with "Just Don't Want to Be Lonely", which sold over a million copies, and also reached number ten on the Billboard Hot 100. The track peaked at number twenty-seven in the UK Singles Chart in July 1974, although it was their only chart presence in the UK. In 1975, the group recorded several songs co-written by Leon Ware, including the R&B Top Ten "Rolling Down a Mountainside". He was replaced by Jerome Jackson on the 1989 Polydor album I Just Wanna Love You. In the wake of Aaron Neville's Top Ten revival of "Everybody Plays the Fool", Gooding resumed his solo career and issued his third album in 1993.
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|APB0-0205||The Main Ingredient||Just Dont Want To Be Lonely / Goodbye My Love (7", Single)||RCA Victor||APB0-0205||US||1974|
|APB0-0205||The Main Ingredient||Just Don't Want To Be Lonely (7", Single)||RCA Victor||APB0-0205||Canada||1974|