Try A Little Tenderness

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  1. Try a little tenderness, ooh yeah yeah yeah You've got to rub her gentle man, all you gotta do, no no You've got to love her, squeeze her, don't tease her Gotta try nah nah nah, try Try a little tenderness, yeah, watch her groove You've gotta to know what to do, man Take this advice.
  2. While she's without them, try a little tenderness It's not just sentimental, she has her grief and her care But a word that's soft and gentle makes it easier to bear You won't regret it, women.
  3. Try a little tenderness But a word soft and gentle Makes it easier to bear You won't regret it 'Cause women don't forget it Love is their whole happiness And it's all so easy Just try a little tenderness You've gotta try You've gotta hold her You've got to squeeze her You have to try.
  4. Ryan Shaw - Try A Little Tenderness (Otis Redding Cover) by Matt Novak. [Deleted video] [Deleted video] [Deleted video] [Deleted video] [Deleted video] THE FAVE RAVES 'TRY A LITTLE TENDERNESS' by BCGS [Deleted video] [Deleted video] Otis Redding - Try A Little Tenderness.
  5. Try a little tenderness It's not just sentimental She has her grief and care And a word that's soft and gentle Makes it easier to bear You won't regret it Women don't forget it Love is their whole happiness It's all so easy Try a little tenderness She may be weary Women do get weary Wearing the same shabby dress And when she's weary Try a.
  6. Watch the video for Try a Little Tenderness from Frank Sinatra's The Columbia Years () The Complete Recordings for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  7. Aug 13,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Otis Redding - Try A Little Tenderness [Best Quality Version] YouTube I've Been Loving You Too Long - Duration: Otis Redding , views.
  8. Jan 29,  · Try a Little Tenderness - Commitments - Lyrics on website. Classic Irish Drinking Songs, Irish Pub Songs and Irish Folk Songs. Song Try A Little Tenderness; Artist The Commitments;.
  9. Try a Little Tenderness by Otis Redding is featured in Funeral, the twenty-first episode of Season Two. It is sung by Mercedes as her audition for the solo at Nationals. Though she obviously does well, Jesse says Mercedes is not a star, just a girl that can sing, leaving Mercedes slightly lost for words. He then goes onto saying she is lazy and lacks choreography, and when asked how much she By: Otis Redding.

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