ABOUTDetroit-born Mary Wells was one of the top Motown artists of the 1960s. Besides her signature song, "My Guy" (1964), she had many other hits including "The One Who Really Loves You" (1962), "You Beat Me To The Punch" (1962), "Two Lovers" (1963), and "What's Easy For Two Is So Hard For One" (1964).
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- Bye Bye Baby 1961
- I Don't Want To Take A Chance 1961
- My Guy 1964
(This song topped both the R&B and Pop/Rock charts and later also became a hit for Petula Clark (1972), Amil Stewart & Johnny Bristol as "My Guy/My Girl" (1980), and Sister Sledge (1982).)
- The One Who Really Loves You 1962
- Two Lovers 1962
- Use Your Head 1965
- What's Easy For Two Is So Hard For One 1963
- You Beat Me To The Punch 1962
- Your Old Stand By 1963
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