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Irma Thomas (b. February 18, 1941, Ponchatoula, Louisiana) whose only national chart hit in a 50 year career is 1963's "Wish Someone Would Care", is an enduring, Grammy winning, soul, gospel, rhythm and blues singer from New Orleans. Known as the "Soul Queen of New Orleans", she is a contemporary of Aretha Franklin and Etta James, but did not tour as relentlessly, and industry support and major commercial success eluded her for decades.
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- Time Is On My Side - (2:54) - 10,934 plays
- LyricsSitting home alone, thinkin' about my past
Wonderin' how I made it and how long it's gonna last
Success has come to lots of them, failure's always there
Time, time waits for no one and I wish
How I wish someone would care, yeah
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