Pam Sawyer

Pamela Sawyer, an American-based songwriter from Romford, East London.

Sawyer worked with artists at Motown from 1967 to 1977. Before Motown she had been involved in hit records for the Young Rascals and Lulu, and wrote with Lori Burton with whom she also recorded as the Whyte Boots.

Sawyer co-wrote hits for The Supremes, Diana Ross and Michael Jackson. Her co-compositions include "Love Child," "Love Hangover," "I Thought It Took a Little Time (But Today I Fell in Love," and "My Mistake (Was to Love You)." She has also written for non-Motown artists, including The O'Jays and Patti LaBelle & the Bluebelles. One of her regular writing partners was Gloria Jones.

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... "Love Hangover" Marilyn McLeod, Pam Sawyer Diana Ross – 344. 7 ... "Lovin', Livin' And Givin'" Kenny Stover, Pam Davis Thank God It's Friday – 1978 Ross – 1978 (remix) 348 10 ... "Last Time I Saw Him" Masser, Pam Sawyer Last Time I Saw Him – 248. 4 ...
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... Lorrie Morgan 8 ... I Don't Believe in Goodbye Sawyer Brown 4 ... I Don't Even Know Your Name Alan Jackson 9 ... I Got It Honest Aaron Tippin 2 ... I Let Her Lie Daryle Singletary 1 ... I Like It, I Love It Tim ...

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