Pillow Talk" is a 1973 song by American singer and songwriter Sylvia. According to Billboard, the song is about sex. Sylvia had originally hoped the song would be recorded by Al Green, who turned it down as he thought it was too risqué and against his religious beliefs. Thereafter, Robinson decided to return as a musical artist and record Pillow Talk" herself, finally releasing the song in 1973
Absolutely love this album. Sylvia has such an amazing voice set off by an incredible rhythm section. No surprise she would later be a creator of one of the most memorable and valued hip/hop labels of all time.
Pillow Talk Lyrics a. .yi! Hey, baby, let me stay; I don't care what your friends are 'bout to sa.
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Features the sensuous, erotic "Pillow Talk," sung by Sylvia Robinson. The rest is interesting but doesn't have the commercial appeal. She remakes two Moment's songs: the sad, teary "Sunday," and the sweet soul classic "Not on the Outside," yet neither can hold a candle to the originals, despite the fact that Robinson co-wrote both songs, like she did most of the tunes on this LP.
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Album by Sylvia Robinson. was sampled in. Watergrate by Dickie Goodman (1973).