- I'll Come Running Back to You
Name =I'll Come Running Back to You
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September 7, 1957
Label =Specialty 619
Writer =Bill Cook
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This single ="I'll Come Running Back to You"
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I'll Come Running Back to You is a song recorded by Sam Cooke and released in 1957 [ [http://www.songsofsamcooke.com/songs/ill_come_running_back_to_you.htm I'll Come Running Back To You ] ] It charted to #1 in the US R&B charts and #18 in the pop charts.
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