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If You Want My Lovin'

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Released  April 3, 1981
Length  4:18 (LP Version)
Format  7" Single, 12" Single
Label  RCA Victor
Writer(s)  Morrie Brown Lawrence Jones III

"If You Want My Lovin'" is a song released by American singer Evelyn "Champagne" King. Released on April 3, 1981, The song appears on the album I'm in Love. The single version of "If You Want My Lovin'" was the follow-up to her charting single "I'm in Love," but less successful. The song reached number one on the Billboard dance chart together with "I'm in Love."


Single version

"If You Want My Lovin'" was also released as a single. This version of "If You Want My Lovin'" is the less-successful follow-up to Evelyn's charting single "I'm In Love."

Track listing

12" version
7" version


  • Percussion – Bashiri Johnson
  • Producer, arranger, handclaps, lyrics by – Morrie Brown
  • Assistant producer, arranger, keyboards, lyrics by, music by – Lawrence Jones
  • Assistant engineer – Cheryl Smith, Dennis O'Donnell
  • Mixed by, recorded by – "Magic Hands", Steve Goldman
  • Mastered by – George Marino
  • Assistant producer, backing vocals, handclaps, keyboards, Moog synthesizer – Kashif
  • Guitar – Ira Siegel
  • Additional engineer – Pete Sobel
  • String arrangement – Ralph Schuckett
  • Backing vocals – B.J. Nelson, Evelyn King, Rochele Cappelli
  • Drums, handclaps – Leslie Ming
  • References

    If You Want My Lovin' Wikipedia

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