Byron Burns – Ooh Baby. Written By – Byron Burns, Steve Fearn. Other Versions (5 of 8) View All. Cat.
If You Don't Want My Love. You Can't Turn Me Off (In The Middle of Turning Me On). 3:49.
A Ooh Baby 5:15 B Washington 3:30. Category Country Year. CP 18. Byron Burns Ooh Baby (7"). Splash Records CP 18. UK. 1978. SPL 45 001 Byron Burns Ooh Baby (7", Single) Splash Records SPL 45 001 France. 5N 006-60557 Byron Burns Ooh Baby (7", Single) Splash Records 5N 006-60557 Netherlands 1978. STAR-303 Byron Burns Ooh Baby (12", blu) Star Records STAR-303 Canada. Byron Burns Ooh Baby (7", Promo) Splash Records CP 18.
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Burns, Baby Burns" is the fourth episode of The Simpsons' eighth season. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on November 17, 1996. In the episode, Mr. Burns reunites with his long lost son named Larry. They at first get along well, but Mr. Burns sees that his son had turned out to be an oaf. It was directed by Jim Reardon and was the first episode written by Ian Maxtone-Graham. It guest starred Rodney Dangerfield as Larry Burns.
Ooh baby Ooh baby Oo. .Since the day I saw you, baby, I knew you were for me Always all by myself, I sought your company All the fellas told me that you played me for a fool Said I wouldn't hang out, I'd go home right after school ooh-ooh) How could you leave when I need you, baby? How could you leave when I need you, baby? Spent all my time, baby, just working on my form Trying to improve myself so I could give you more You told me I was turning out the way that I should be How could I know that you would turn your back on me.
It is officially published as "Ooh Baby Baby," with the alternate titles covering all the permutations: "Baby Baby" "Oh Baby Baby" "Ooo Baby Baby" "Oo Baby Baby". Linda Ronstadt, who also covered the Miracles song "The Tracks Of My Tears," released a version of this song that went to US in 1979. The Five Stairsteps also charted with the song, taking it to US in 1967. Other popular versions are by Shalimar, Sylvester and Ella Fitzgerald. John Lennon, a huge fan of American soul music, copped the "I'm Crying" line.
Label: Splash Records – CP 18 Type: Vinyl, 7" Country: UK Date of released: 1978 Category: Funk, Soul Style: Soul, Disco.
|CP 18||Byron Burns||Ooh Baby (7")||Splash Records||CP 18||UK||1978|
|SPL 45 001||Byron Burns||Ooh Baby (7", Single)||Splash Records||SPL 45 001||France||1978|
|5N 006-60557||Byron Burns||Ooh Baby (7", Single)||Splash Records||5N 006-60557||Netherlands||1978|
|STAR-303||Byron Burns||Ooh Baby (12", blu)||Star Records||STAR-303||Canada||1978|
|05 SSS1003||Byron Burns||Ooh Baby (12")||Splash Records||05 SSS1003||Spain||1978|