Four Tops - Something About You

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Something About You The Four Tops {Stereo}

"Something About You" is a song written by Holland-Dozier-Holland and was first released by the Four Tops on their 1965 album Four Tops' Second Album.

"Something About You" was released as the third single from the Four Tops' Second Album, following "I Can't Help Myself" and "It's the Same Old Song". The song reached #19 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #9 on the Billboard R&B chart. The B-side of the single was "Darling I Hum Our Song." "Something About You" has appeared on numerous compilation albums, including The Ultimate Collection.

"Something About You" is unusual for a Motown song in that a guitar riff is prominent. The Temptations' "My Girl" is one of the few other examples. The guitar riff in "Something About You" is similar to that in the Rolling Stones' "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," although author Rikky Rooksby claims that the guitar sound in the Four Tops' song is "cleaner." Author David A. Carson also remarks on the clean lead guitar at the beginning of the song. Robert White of the Funk Brothers played the guitar part on "Something About You," as he did on "My Girl."

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