"Lil Darlin" (feat. The O'Mys) Oh, please, please, please, Quit dragging my heart through them coals, Oh, please, please, please, Stop trying to fix it 'cause, baby, it's broke, When it's late at night and you call me, 'Cause I've got another man fixing my blues.
Great time fishing today! Me, my dad, future father in law, and future brother in law went fishing together and landed some redfish, trout, sea bass, and sharks on a half day charter with lil darlin. I've went on numerous charters around the low country and surrounding states 5/5(4).
Nonetheless, Little Darlin' (primarily the Diamonds' version, but to some extent the Gladiolas' version) remains an all-time rock 'n roll R&B classic. Other recordings. Elvis Presley performed the song and a version appears on his final album, Moody Blue ().Genre: Rock, Doo-wop.
"Little Darlin'" is a popular Top 40 song. It was written by Maurice Williams with both melody and doo-wop accompaniment strongly emphasizing the clave rhythm. It was first recorded by Excello Records in January and quickly released as a rhythm-and-blues song by Williams's R&B group The Gladiolas.