The Tremeloes – Here Comes My Baby

A very good pop song by the Tremeloes. The song was written by Cat Stevens and the Tremeloes released it in 1967 and it peaked at #13 in the Billboard 100 and #4 in the UK Charts.

They did have some success…Silence is Golden #13, Even the Bad Times Are Good #37 and several successful singles in the UK.

Some trivia about the Tremeloes. Decca was looking to sign a guitar group in 1962 and the Tremeloes (at the time known as Brian Poole and the Tremeloes) and The Beatles auditioned… Decca picked The Tremeloes over The Beatles mostly because they were closer, based in London…while The Beatles were in further away in Liverpool…That decision would haunt Dick Rowe (Decca Executive) for the rest of his life…He did end up signing The Rolling Stones though.

If you could pick any era to be a pop star…this time period would be near the top.

 

Here Comes My Baby

In the midnight moonlight hour
I’ll be walking a long and lonely mile,
And every time I do,
I keep seeing this picture of youHere comes my baby, here she comes now,
And-a it becomes as no surprise to me
with another guy,Well, here comes my baby, here she comes now,
Walking with a love,
With a love that’s oh so fine
Never to be mine, no matter how I try,

You’ll never walk alone,
and you’re forever talking on the phone
I try to call you names,
but every time it comes out the same

Here comes my baby; here she comes now,
And-a it becomes as no surprise to me
with another guy,

Here comes my baby; here she comes now,
And-a it becomes as no surprise to me
with another guy

Here comes my baby.

Author: badfinger20

Guitar, Bass, song writer,

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