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"Hello, I Love You" is a song by The Doors from their 1968 album Waiting for the Sun. It was released as a single that same year, reaching #1 in the United States, and selling over a million copies in the U.S. alone. This was one of the six songs performed by Rick & the Ravens on the demo for Aura Records in 1965.

Some pressings of the single list the title as Hello I Love You, Won't Tell… read more

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  • Avatar for HayleighRayment
    Won't you tell me your name
  • Avatar for white_lemur
    Hello, I love you!
  • Avatar for ganinin
    love this song
  • Avatar for DrewciferCDXX
    The Cure did a wicked cover of this song.
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  • Avatar for arcticweezer
    Casualties of War brought me here.
  • Avatar for nicorebel
    love this song. (5)
  • Avatar for RAY7654321
    Listening to the third album "Waiting For The Sun" released in July 1968 with all song writing credited to the entire band. Disappointing to most fans at the time because it went in a more mellow direction then expected but still reached #1 on the charts. The main problem was the rumor of an epic track to be on the album which was shelved, "Celebration of the Lizard". Douglas Ludahn on bass. This track was on their 1965 demo tape.
  • Avatar for Wind-s-daughter
    Listen to "All day and all of the night" by The Kinks and you'll see the similarities
  • Avatar for Ena_Zivkovic5
    hello to you, too, sweet cherry pie

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