Doing It All for My Baby" is a song performed by Huey Lewis and the News, released as a single from the album Fore! in 1987. The single peaked at number six on the . Billboard Hot 100 on September 19, 1987, becoming the fifth top-ten hit from the album and making the band the first group to have five top-ten Hot 100 singles from one album. The song was written by Mike Duke and Phil Cody
Picture This is the second album by American rock band Huey Lewis and the News, released in 1982. The album brought the band their first top-ten hit, "Do You Believe in Love". It remained on the Billboard albums chart for 35 weeks and peaked at number 7. The band produced the album themselves along with their manager, Bob Brown. Several outside tunes were included on the album. One of these tunes was "Do You Believe in Love", written by Robert John "Mutt" Lange
You go to work, work hard all day At the end of the week, you collect your pay That's just where it's at It's as simple as that. You pay your bills the best that you can But the rising cost sure hurts a family man While the rich man gets fat It's as simple as that. And the money goes so fast it ain't funny. Your mind's made up to get that house on the hill But you just don't know if you ever will Because you can't get the cash It's as simple as that
36 All Time Greatest Hits, Volume 3 Album. Simple as That Lyrics. Huey Lewis and The News - Simple as That Lyrics. Artist: Huey Lewis and The News. Album: 36 All Time Greatest Hits, Volume 3. Heyo! SONGLYRICS just got interactive. You go to work, work hard all day At the end of the week, you collect your pay That's just where it's at It's as simple as that. Your mind's made up to get that house on the hill But you just don't know if you ever will Because you can't get the cash It's as simple as that
sort by album sort by song. album: "Huey Lewis & The News" (1980). Some Of My Lies Are True (Sooner Or Later) Don't Make Me Do It Stop Trying Now Here's You I Want You Don't Ever Tell Me That You Love Me Hearts Trouble In Paradise Who Cares? If You Really Love Me You'll Let Me. album: "Picture This" (1982). Jacob's Ladder Stuck With You Whole Lotta Lovin' Doing It All For My Baby Hip To Be Square I Know What I Like I Never Walk Alone Forest For The Trees Naturally Simple As That. album: "Small World" (1988). Small World (Part One) Old Antone's Perfect World Bobo Tempo Walking With The Kid World To Me Better Be True Give Me The Keys (And I'll Drive You Crazy). album: "Hard At Play" (1991). Build Me Up It Hit Me Like A Hammer Attitude He Don't Know Couple Days Off That's Not Me We Should Be Making Love Best Of Me Do You Love Me, Or What?
Huey Lewis and the News discography. This article presents the discography for the American band Huey Lewis and the News. Huey Lewis and the News have sold over 30 million albums worldwide and are ranked in the top 200 selling groups of all time by the Recording Industry Association of America. Three of their albums, Sports, Fore!, and Small World have been certified platinum (which in the United States market is equivalent to one million units sold).
Huey Lewis & the News were a bar band that made good. With their simple, straightforward rock & roll, the San Francisco-based group became one of America's most popular pop/rock bands of the mid-'80s. Inspired equally by British pub rock and '60s R&B and rock & roll, the News had a driving, party-hearty spirit that made songs like "Workin' for a Livin'," "I Want a New Drug," "The Heart of Rock & Roll," "Hip to Be Square," and "The Power of Love" yuppie anthems. Picture This, the group's second album, was released early in 1982 and the record became a hit on the strength of the Top Ten single "Do You Believe in Love," which was written by former Clover producer Robert John "Mutt" Lange. A couple other minor hits, "Hope You Love Me Like You Say You Do" and "Workin' for a Livin'" followed, and the band began building a strong following by touring heavily.
For their debut album, see Huey Lewis and the News (album). Huey Lewis and the News. Huey Lewis and the News in 2006. Background information. Without Lewis, they eventually became the original backing band for Elvis Costello's first album My Aim Is True. Lewis also worked with Irish band Thin Lizzy, contributing harmonica to the song "Baby Drives Me Crazy", recorded onstage for the Live and Dangerous album. Thin Lizzy bassist/vocalist Phil Lynott introduces Lewis by name during the song. The band returned to the Bay Area by the end of the 1970s.
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