|A||What Would I Have (If I Didn't Have You)|
|B||I Want To Be Love|
|106||Stevens & Foster||What Would I Have (If I Didn't Have You) (7")||Jerri Records||106||US||1977|
|SLSP.012||Stevens & Foster||I Want To Be Love / What Would I Have (If I Didn't Have You) (7")||Soul Spectrum||SLSP.012||UK||2013|
If I Didn't Care" is a song written by Jack Lawrence that was originally sung and recorded by The Ink Spots featuring Bill Kenny in 1939. The Ink Spots recording became the 10th best selling single of all time with over 19 million copies sold making it one of the fewer than forty all-time singles to have sold 10 million (or more) physical copies worldwide. According to Lawrence, he mailed the song before showing it to some of his friends.
I wouldn't have believed it if I hadn't seen it with my own eyes. If he had known that the river was dangerous he wouldn't have tried to swim across it.
That's how it would be. Вот что бы это значило, What the world would seem to me. Вот каким казался бы мне мир, If I didn't have your love. Если бы у меня не было любви, To make it real. Которую я открыл в тебе. Если бы все звезды откололись от неба, And a cold and bitter wind.
When talking about something that didn’t happen in the past, many English speakers use the conditional perfect (if I would have done) when they should be using the past perfect (if I had done). For example, you just found out the truth about somebody.
They would be rather offended if I didn’t go to see them. If you took more exercise, you would feel better. If I was offered the job, I think I would take it. I’m sure Amy will lend you the money. I’d be very surprised if she refused. If I sold my car, I would not get much money for it. A lot of people would be out of work if the factory closed down. What would happen if I pressed that red button. Liz gave me this ring.
We have to start by figuring out exactly what we’re afraid of. (No guarantee that you’ll like the answers, but you’ll learn a lot about yourself. Spoken from first-hand experience.
Put the verb into the correct form. 1. I didn't know you were in hospital. If I'd known, I would have done to see you. 2. Sam got to the station just in time to catch the train to the airport. If he had missed the train, he would have missed his flight. 3. I'm glad that you reminded me about Am.
hadn't have don't have didn't have hadn't had. 11. If you provoked the dog, it attacked you. hadn't, wouldn't have didn't, wouldn't hadn't, wouldn't didn't, won't. 12. If it had been warmer, we swimming. might go could go could have gone might have gone. 17. I am feeling good. If I tired, I would have gone home. had been has been were am. 18. I wasn't tired last night.