Otis Rush And Eric Clapton - All Your Lovin' (I Miss Loving)





"All Your Love (I Miss Loving)" or "All Your Love" is a blues standard written and recorded by Chicago blues guitarist Otis Rush in 1958. Of all of his compositions, it is the best-known with versions by several blues and other artists. "All Your Love" was inspired by an earlier blues song and later influenced other popular songs.


In 2010, Otis Rush's "All Your Love (I Miss Loving)" was inducted into the Blues Foundation Hall of Fame, which noted that Rush's song "was the obvious inspiration for Bob Dylan's recent track "Beyond Here Lies Nothin'"". In various interviews, Peter Green acknowledged being influenced by "All Your Love"' when he wrote the rock classic "Black Magic Woman", that became a major hit for Santana. According to Carlos Santana, "If you take the words from 'Black Magic Woman' and just leave the rhythm, it's 'All Your Love'—it's Otis Rush".[







Lyrics


All the loving is loving, all the kissin' is kissing

All the loving is loving, all the kissin' is kissing

Before I met you baby, never knew what I was missing


All your love, pretty baby, that I got in store for you

All your love, pretty baby, that I got in store for you

I love you pretty baby, well I say you love me too


All your loving, pretty baby, all your loving, pretty baby

All your loving, pretty baby, all your loving, pretty baby

Since I first met you baby, I never knew what I was missing


Hey, hey baby, hey, hey baby

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, baby, oh, oh, baby

Since I first met you baby, never knew what I was missing




Songwriters: Otis Rush

All Your Love lyrics © BMG Rights Management






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