|I Made A Mistake||2:47|
|Baby Be Mine||2:21|
|45-100||Johnny Williams||I Made A Mistake / Baby Be Mine (7", Promo)||Bashie Records||45-100||US||1969|
|45-100||Johnny Williams||Baby Be Mine (7", Single)||Bashie Records||45-100||US||1969|
|45-100||Johnny Williams||Baby Be Mine / I Made A Mistake (7")||Bashie Records||45-100||US||1969|
Produced by Quincy Jones. I don't need no dreams when I'm by your side, ooh-ooh Every moment takes me to paradise Darling, let me hold you I'll warm you in my arms and melt your fears away Show you all the magic that a perfect love can make I need you night and day-.
Baby Be Mine" is a song by American R&B group Blackstreet. The song, which was recorded for the group's self-titled debut album (1994), was released as the debut single for the album and in promotion for the soundtrack to the 1993 film CB4 in February 1993. The single version features Joseph Stonestreet's original lead vocal. The album version has slightly different lyrics, a different mix, and features Dave Hollister on lead.
Be my mistake and turn out the light She bought me those jeans, the ones you like I don't wanna hug, I just wanna sleep The smell of your hair reminds me of her feet. So don't wait outside my hotel room Just wait till I give you a sign 'Cause I get lonesome sometimes. Save all the jokes you're gonna make While I see how much drink I can take Then be my mistake. I shouldn't have called 'cause we shouldn't speak You do make me hard but she makes me weak. Matthew Healy explained to Pitchfork, "'Be My Mistake' is just about guilt. It's about when you are a young person and you struggle sometimes to figure out what you really want. And sometimes, like a lot of things, it requires you to make a mistake before you actually understand what you have. Nick Drake, according to Matt Healy, was an influence on this song's acoustic feel.