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Bye Bye Baby I Don't Want to Take a Chance

Mary Wells

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Billboard Hot 100 - #33, 1961 - I Don't Want to Take A Chance

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1
Come To Me
Mary Wells
2:16
2
I Don't Want To Take A Chance
Mary Wells
2:50
3
Bye Bye Baby
Mary Wells
2:57
4
Shop Around
Mary Wells
2:39
5
I Love The Way You Love
Mary Wells
2:26
6
I'm Gonna Stay
Mary Wells
2:46
7
Let Your Conscience Be Your Guide
Mary Wells
2:36
8
Bad Boy
Mary Wells
2:22
9
I'm So Sorry
Mary Wells
2:26
10
Please Forgive Me
Mary Wells
2:39
Total Playing Time    25:57
"(Bye Bye Baby) was a brash kiss-off to a no-good lover, belted out with way more exuberance than polish ...Wells was on her way."
- PopMatters.com

The debut album from Mary Wells, released in 1961, draws its title from the two top 10 R&B songs it contains, Bye Bye Baby and I Don't Want to Take A Chance. Recorded when she was only 17 years old, the single Bye Bye Baby preceded the album by almost a year, introducing Wells and becoming one of Motown's first hits. I Don't Want to Take A Chance, among the label's earliest 45s to crack the mainstream top 40, peaked at number 33.
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