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Bettye Swann (born Betty Jean Champion, October 24, 1944, Shreveport, Louisiana) is an American soul music singer, best known for her 1967 hit song "Make Me Yours". She grew up in Arcadia, Louisiana, one of 14 children, and moved to Los Angeles, California, in 1963. Although some sources state that she was in a vocal group known as The Fawns who recorded for Money Records in 1964, she has refuted this, saying that she sang with a trio in Arcadia by that name.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Make Me Yours - (3:19) - 12,594 plays
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- Today I Started Loving You Again - (2:39) - 596 plays
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- Angel Of The Morning - (2:47) - 445 plays
- Don't Touch Me - (2:33) - 376 plays
- Little Things Mean A Lot - (3:42) - 386 plays
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