Since I Don't Have You

I don't have plans and schemes
And I don't have hopes and dreams
I-I-I don't have anything
Since I don't have you.

I don't have fond desires
And I don't have happy hours
I-I-I don't have anything
Since I don't have you.

I don't have happiness, and I guess
I never will ever again
When you walked out on me
In walked old misery
And he's been here since then.

I don't have love to share
And I don't have one who cares
I-I-I don't have anything
Since..I don't..have...
You, you, you, you....You, you, you, you...

You, you, you


"Since I Don't Have You" is a song by the doo-wop group The Skyliners. Released in 1958, the single reached #12 on the Billboard Hot 100 and also the top five of the R&B chart. The song, highlighted by a powerful vocal by lead singer Jimmy Beaumont, and the counterpoint between his falsetto and Janet Vogel's soprano on the final chorus, is considered by oldies fans to be one of the best "heartbreak" ballads ever recorded.

 






  

 

 


 

 




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