Farewell, My Love
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Farewell, My Love is a musical group.
- album: "A Dance You Won't Forget"
- "Farewell, My Love" a.k.a. "Farewell My Love" is a 1963 single by The Temptations for the Gordy label. It was the last single that A-side was written and produced by Motown president Berry Gordy for well over a decade, and the last released during the period of the "Original 5" lineup. It is also noted as the group's last single to miss the Billboard pop chart's Top 40 until 1971's "It's Summer". Up until now the group was jokingly referred to at this time as the "Hitless Temptations" by the Motown staff, much like their "sister" group, The Supremes, were called the "no-hit Supremes". However, their next single, the Smokey Robinson produced "The Way You Do the Things You Do", would chart in the Top 20 of the U.S. Pop chart, breaking the group's streak of being "hitless".
- "Farewell, My Love" a.k.a. "Farewell My Love" is a cataloged instance, composition.
- "Farewell, My Love" a.k.a. "Farewell My Love" is a composition.
- music by Hobo Jack Adkins
"Farewell, My Love" is a 2001 action film by Randall Fontana starring Gabrielle Fitzpatrick, Phillip Rhys, and Robert Culp.
- country: United States of America
- languages: English Language, French
- genre: Action Film
- released in (15 years ago)
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