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Thread started 09/18/19 4:20pm

Hamad

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A Question About An Obscure R&B Song From The Early 70s

So there’s this slow jam from 73 or 74 that starts with a speaking dialogue & then the male singer breaks into a song, the chorus goes like “is it me or is it the money(paper) she’s after”? Does it ring the bell, the guy’s name is kind similar to Lonnie Liston Smith/Lonnie Smith but I cant for the life of me remember his name. And yes I tried both google & YouTube lol I think it’s a case of messing up the song title or the singer’s name.
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Reply #1 posted 09/18/19 5:29pm

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Is it "Is It Me" by [Lonnie] Hewitt? Is it???
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lool said:

Is it "Is It Me" by [Lonnie] Hewitt? Is it???


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