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Jully Black

Seven Day Fool

Revival
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“Seven Day Fool” is an R&B song written by Billy Davis, and first recorded by Etta James for Argo Records (a subsidiary of Chess Records) in 1961. The track was released both on a 45 RPM single (Argo # 5402), paired with “It’s Too Soon to Know”, and on her album The Second Time Around (Argo # 4011). Although not a big hit upon release (# 95 US pop chart), the track has since become very well known on the Northern Soul and Mod scenes in the UK. A second recording of “Seven Day Fool” has been made in 2007 by singer-songwriter Jully Black, produced by Black Eyed Peas’ drummer & songwriter Keith Harris. It is the first single from Black’s second album, Revival. It was released to Canadian radio in August 2007. As of November 2, 2007, it has peaked at number 9 on the... Read on...

Song lines: ♪ And I'll be, your seven day fool ... I'll be ... And on a Monday, I'm gonna love ya

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