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Gary Puckett & The Union Gap

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Gary Puckett & The Union Gap (initially credited as The Union Gap featuring Gary Puckett) was an American pop rock group operating in the late 1960s. Their biggest hits were "Woman, Woman," "Young Girl," and "Lady Willpower." Singer Gary Puckett (born October 17, 1942, Hibbing, Minnesota) grew up in Yakima, Washington - close to the city of Union Gap - and Twin Falls, Idaho. He began playing guitar in his teens, and graduated from Twin Falls High School before attending college in San Diego, California. There, he quit college and played in several local bands before joining the Outcasts, a local hard rock group comprising bassist Kerry Chater (born August 7, 1945, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada),[1] keyboardist Gary 'Mutha' Withem (born August 22, 1946, San Diego), tenor saxophonist Dwight Bement (born December 28, 1945, San Diego), and drummer Paul Wheatbread (born February 8, 1946, San Diego).


Top Songs

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    Young girl, get out of my mind
    My love for you is way out of line
    Better run girl
    You're much too young girl
    With all the charms of a woman
    Young girl  -  218,576 plays
    Lady Willpower, it's now or never.
    Give your love to me and I'll shower
    Your heart with tenderness endlessly.
    I know you want to see me but you're afraid
    Of what I might have on my mind.
    Lady Willpower  -  63,188 plays
    Why am I losin' sleep over you?
    Relivin' precious moments we knew?
    So many days have gone by
    Still I'm so lonely, and I
    Guess there's just no getting over you
    Over You  -  39,100 plays
    Woman oh woman
    Have you got cheating on your mind, on your mind
    Something's wrong between us that your laughter cannot hide
    And you're afraid to let your eyes meet mine
    And lately when I love you, I know you're not satisfied
    Woman, Woman  -  32,269 plays
    This girl walked in dreams
    Playing in a world of her own
    This girl was a child
    Existing in a playground of stone
    Then one night her world was changed
    This Girl Is a Woman Now  -  26,299 plays
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