Things I'd Like to Say

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About Things I'd Like to Say

"Things I'd Like to Say" is a song by the American rock band New Colony Six, released in 1968 on their album Revelations and as a single. The song became a top 20 hit in the U. S., peaking at number 16 on the Billboard Hot 100 and at number 13 on the Cash Box Top 100 Singles chart, and a top 10 hit in Canada, peaking at number 6 on the RPM Top Singles chart. It also peaked at number 2 on the WLS survey in the band's home city of Chicago. The song also peaked at number 17 on the Billboard Easy Listening chart and at number 7 on the RPM Adult Contemporary chart.  


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1997
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Baby, is he looking after you?
Is he showing you the same love, the warm love, just like we knew?
Baby baby, it's you I'm thinking of
In the morning when I wake up, in the evening; it's you that I dream of.
Sometimes love hurts and sometimes love's unkind and sometimes you might
Feel blue,
But remember now darling, if his words are real, this will never never
Happen to you.
Baby baby, there's things I'd like to say.
I was hoping that with our love, we would get married someday.
Baby baby, it's you I'm thinking of
In the morning when I wake up, in the evening;
It's you that I dream of.
Sometimes love hurts and sometimes love's unkind and sometimes you might
Feel blue,
But remember now baby, if his words are real, this will never never
Happen to you.
Baby baby, there's things I'd like to say.
I was hoping that with our love, we would get married someday.

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New Colony Six

The New Colony Six is an American soft rock band whose height of popularity was from the mid 1960s to the early 1970s. From Chicago, the group placed ten singles on the Hot 100 between 1966 and 1971. Original members were Ray Graffia (vocals), Chick James (drums), Pat McBride (harmonica), Craig Kemp (organ), Wally Kemp (bass), and Gerry Van Kollenburg (guitar). Ronnie Rice (vocals, keyboards, guitar) joined in 1966, replacing Craig Kemp. There were numerous changes in the lineup over the years. The band's two biggest hits, which peaked on WLS months before they peaked nationally, were Rice's "I Will Always Think About You" (WLS #1 on 25 March 1968) (Hot 100 #22 on 1 June 1968) (#14 RPM Canada) and "Things I'd Like to Say" (WLS #2 on 30 December 1968) (Hot 100… more »

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Written by: Leslie Kummel, Ronald Rice

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