Humble Pie - Anna (Go To Him) Lyrics




Well, now Anna
You come and ask me, girl
To set you free, girl
Oh, but I, I still love you so
But if he loves you more, go to him
Anna, go to him, Anna
Anna, I want you to know, girl
That I still love you so
But if he loves you more, go with him
All of my life I've been searching for a girl
Who's gonna love me like I love you
Oh, but every girl that I ever had
Just broke my heart and left me sad
Won't you tell me what am I, what am I supposed to do
Anna, see I want you to know, girl
That I still love you so
But if he loves you more, go with him
All of, all of my life I've been searching for a girl
Who's gonna love me like I, like I love you
But every girl that I ever had
Just broke my heart and then left me sad
Won't you tell me what am I supposed to do
Anna, you come and ask me, girl
To set you free, girl
Oh, but I still love you so
But if he loves you more, go with him
Won't you go with him
Go with him
Won't you go, won't you go
Walk away from me, girl
Can't stand no more
Can't stand no more





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  1. John Benn

    Javier--You are a BLOODY IDIOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. John Benn

    WOW WOW WOW !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    From a mad keen 75yo Aussie fan.
    GOD--Sinisa---Steve didn't try to sound like a black artist.
    That was natural to him.
    One of the best Rock vocalists of all time.
    Arthur Alexander would have loved this version.

  3. Javier Gil Vidal

    Instrumentally good, but needs a manly voice. The singer destroys this. Pity......

  4. Manny Badabing

    Steve Marriott kept Rock and Roll honest. RIP. That damn reaper.

  5. Denise Smith

    WOW !...they knocked this one out of the box.....sooooo good.

  6. John Benn

    WOW WOW WOW !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    From a mad keen 74yo Aussie fan.

  7. jean miller

    I love this song I just change some of the word

  8. Michel Bilodeau

    Very different - love it.

  9. Anna Forehan

    I was only familiar with the original version and the Beatles' cover. I had no idea my favourite singer sung this song with my name! RIP Steve, a truly underrated singer, musician and songwriter.

    rimmersbryggeri

    Under rated by who? Alot of musicians I know rate him very highly.

    Anna Forehan

    Generally underrated. If you look at the comments on Small Faces YouTube videos (especially "Tin Soldier") you'll see that the standard opinion of Steve is that he was hugely talented but didn't, and still doesn't, receive the acclaim he deserved.

    rimmersbryggeri

    But that's not because he is under rated its because he is less well known than others and maybe a little because he chose to always move on to new things rather than stay with a group and go huge.

    Anna Forehan

    I have been a fan since 1967, in which time hundreds, if not thousands of singer/songwriter/guitarists have come and gone. Many of negligible (at best) talent have received fame, fortune and accolades far in excess of what they deserved. The fact that he was less well known is inextricably linked with the fact that he was, and is, underrated, by definition. I obviously rate him very highly, as do others, but the FACT remains he is underrated. He "moved on to new things" for creative reasons. Doing so isn't mutually exclusive with wanting to "go huge". Quite the contrary.

  10. Anok Stone

    Chick on the pot

    Michel Bilodeau

    +Dru541 - ty.

    Ted Frey

    Anok Stone story goes that this is Steve's first wife Jenny Rylance

  11. Julyo Rozen

    beatiful version.thank.

  12. petefen40

    Oooh oooh oooh oooh oooh oooh...RIP STEVE.

  13. Nathan Batten

    Well, I LIKE this version! That's what matters to ME! Haters, please watch something else besides bitching & making comparisons! For the record, I like the Beatles, too!

  14. HipEspirit

    Shut up and listen to the music. If you don't like it - leave.

    Jamin J

    Dude knows how to put some stank on a tune!!

  15. Siniša Marin

    @minimadalison
    Steve had a great voice, bur he sometimes went to the extremes trying to sing like black man. This was sometimes funny indeed.
    In this particular case i give my voice to John's interpretation: accurate, passionate, but with retained sense of proportion - tasteful.
    I believe that's what makes somebody being an artist.

  16. Darathi

    Soul (sol) - (n, s):
    1. In music, the expression of heartfelt or powerful emotion.
    2. This song.

  17. EasyAce

    @rhino7 VeeJay was an American independent label based in Chicago (they were also the Four Seasons' original label), not an EMI subsidiary, though they may have made deals with EMI to release VeeJay sides in England. They got to release a couple of Beatles singles in 1963 because Epstein, dismayed that Capitol passed on the Beatles the first time around, made independent deals with them and with Swan for early U.S. releases. Capitol didn't get wise until December 1963. VeeJay died in 1964.

  18. EasyAce

    I remember thinking when this came out---nice try, Steve, but the Beatles nailed the definitive version. It was a perfect song for Marriott to cover, but Humble Pie by this time wasn't even close to the right band to do it.

    Jamin J

    Don't think so bro. Listen to the original Arthur Alexander version. The Beatles learned a few things from this dude.

  19. 1whokncallthethunder

    this version = No. God no.

  20. Ledbeatle94

    Can you/ have you posted all the songs from Thunderbox? I want to hear 'Don't Worry Be Happy' again, but when i look for it all I find is the Bobby Ferrin song of the same name!

  21. Christa Can

    Brilliant..This was my favourite Beatles song, what could be better than when it's rerecored by my favourite singer. Bliss!!
    Thanks seeker for adding this amazing track.

  22. Alison Hammill

    I thought The Beatles did a beautiful version of this but once again Steve stamps his own mark thoroughly, distinctively and touches my soul with his voice and this rendition. Many thanks the seeker23 - Alison

  23. Ted Frey

    Check out, Is it for love.

  24. Ted Frey

    Steve Marriott, the best. R.I.P

  25. rickmag321

    What a fantastic version!

    Steve was a one of the original rockers, for sure.

    Can anyone tell me when it was recorded?

  26. George Oblin

    I only discovered this version of Anna recently and it has been growing on me. Certainly different from the original Arthur Alexander and from the Beatles versions. I always liked Itchycoo Park but never realized that the singer of that song had then moved onto Humble Pie. Still getting educated about music even after all these years.

  27. Pamela Hampton

    This is my favorite version of this song. Love Humble Pie

  28. gorblimey61

    I thought it was Steve's wife Jenny?

  29. aaronfledge

    Still haven't heard the original of this, but I've known the Beatles' take on it for years. This is very different! Much more soulful!

  30. Vincent Strmel

    another gem mate what type of song cant this guy sing......