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The Night Lyrics By The Four Seasons Songs Album: Chameleon Year: 1972 Beware Of his promise Believe What I say Before I go forever Be sure Of what you sa

The Four Seasons - The Night
The Four Seasons - The Night


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Album: Chameleon
Released: 1972

The Night Lyrics


Beware
Of his promise
Believe
What I say
Before
I go forever
Be sure
Of what you say

So he paints a pretty picture
And he tells you that he needs you
And he covers you with flowers
And he always keeps you dreaming
If he always keeps you dreaming
You won't have a lonely hour
If a day could last forever
You might like your ivory tower

But The Night begins to turn your head around
And you know you're gonna lose more than you found
Yeah the night begins to turn your head around

Beware
Of his promise
Believe
What I say
Before
I go forever
Be sure
Of what you say

For the words may come too easy
If you don't believe I'm leaving
And goodbye will come too quickly
If you really think he loves you
If you really think he loves you
You would give your love so sweetly
If that day could last forever
You would fall in love completely

But the night begins to turn your head around
And you know you're gonna lose more than you found
Yeah the night begins to turn your head around

But the night begins to turn your head around
And you know you're gonna lose more than you found
Yeah the night begins to turn your head around
And you know you're gonna lose more than you found
Oh the night begins to turn your head around
Yeah, the night, the night, the night, the night, the night, the night
Yeah, the night, the night, the night, the night, the night, the night
Oh the night begins to turn your head around

Writer/s: SEBASTIAN AKCHOTE
Publisher: EMI Music Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

The Night
  • By the early 1970s The Four Seasons hits had dried up and the group signed to Motown with disastrous results. Even with the team of songwriter/producers Bob Crewe and Bob Gaudio with lead singer Frankie Valli intact, the first album, Chameleon, tanked after it was released by the Motown subsidiary label MoWest. The release of a follow-up LP was canceled, but this song from the album found an audience in the UK when it was adopted by the British Northern Soul and Disco circuit. Originally released as a single only in Germany and the Netherlands, MoWest capitalized on the song's newfound popularity by releasing "The Night" as a single in the UK in 1975, where it went to #7 on the UK Singles Chart.
  • Bob Gaudio wrote this song with Al Ruzicka, who was added to the group as a keyboard player in 1972 and left later that year. The song finds Frankie Valli asking a girl to resist the charms of her Lothario.
  • The song was covered by B.E.F, a British production group that stands for British Electric Foundation, for their 2013 album Dark. Though their version didn't make the final tracklisting, it did inspire the name of their LP. The project's leader, Martyn Ware , told us that it was this song's dark lyrics that inspired the album title. "It's quite fast and Motown-y dance-able, I suppose, but the lyrics are really deep," he explained. "The verse is kind of half whispered. You've got this very kind of dance-y backing track going on, but he's going [singing] 'Beware of his promise, believe what I say, before you go forever, be sure what you say.' It's all about, 'Oh, I'm fu--ing up.' I've lost this woman. But watch out. The guy that you're with is a bastard."
  • This should not be confused with other Four Seasons nocturnally titled songs such as "December 1963 (Oh What a Night)," "Spend The Night in Love" and "Heaven Must Have Sent You (Here in The Night)."
  • In 1975, around the same time this song charted in the UK, Frankie Valli was enjoying chart success in the US with "My Eyes Adored You" (#1 in March) and "Swearin' To God" (#6 in July). This prompted Bob Gaudio to form a new version of the band around Valli, which signed a deal with Warner-Curb Records and released an album that year called "Who Loves You."
  • In our interview with Frankie Valli , he cited this song as an example of one that should have been a hit, but failed because of poor promotion. "There are some songs that were on albums that I felt could have been hits but record companies at the time didn't agree," Valli explained. "A good example is when we recorded an album for Motown Records and it was put out and nothing really happened. They really didn't promote it, and promotion is a very, very important part of it."

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