About The Song

“Where Did Our Love Go” is a song performed by The Supremes, an iconic American female singing group of the 1960s. The song was released in 1964 and became one of their signature hits. It was written and produced by Motown’s renowned songwriting and producing team, Holland–Dozier–Holland.

The lyrics of “Where Did Our Love Go” express the sadness and confusion of a person whose romantic relationship has suddenly faltered. The singer wonders what went wrong and where the love they once shared has disappeared to. Despite the upbeat tempo and catchy melody, the song’s lyrics convey a sense of heartbreak and longing.

The song’s success helped propel The Supremes to international fame, becoming their first number-one hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It marked the beginning of their unprecedented string of consecutive number-one singles, making them one of the most successful vocal groups in history.

“Where Did Our Love Go” has since become a classic of the Motown sound and is often cited as one of the greatest songs of the 1960s. It has been covered by numerous artists and continues to be a beloved and influential song in popular music history.

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Lyrics

“Where Did Our Love Go”

Baby, baby
Baby don’t leave me
Ooh, please don’t leave me
All by myselfI’ve got this burning, burning
Yearning feelin’ inside me
Ooh, deep inside me
And it hurts so badYou came into my heart
So tenderly
With a burning love
That stings like a bee

Now that I surrender
So helplessly
You now wanna leave
Ooh, you wanna leave me

Ooh, baby, baby
Where did our love go?
Ooh, don’t you want me
Don’t you want me no more
Ooh, baby

Baby, baby
Where did our love go
And all your promisses
Of a love forever more

I’ve got this burning, burning
Yearning feelin’ inside me
Ooh, deep inside me
And it hurts so bad

Before you won my heart
You were a perfect guy
But now that you got me
You wanna leave me behind
(Baby, baby) ooh baby

Baby, baby don’t leave me
Ooh, please don’t leave me
All by myself

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Ooh, baby, baby
Where did our love go?

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