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Dionne Warwick

Don't Make Me Over (3:17)

"Don't Make Me Over" is a Pop/Easy Listening/Soul song written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David which marked the recording debut of Dionne Warwick in 1962.
The songwriting/production team of Burt Bacharach and Hal David had been struck by Dionne Warwick's work as a session singer on The Drifters' "Mexican Divorce" in February 1962 and subsequently Warwick had regularly vocalized on demos of compositions by that…

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Don't make me over
Now that I'd do anything for you
Don't make me over
Now that you know how I adore you

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