was written and first released from Al Green in 1972. Tina Turner covered it in 1983 for a single, produced by Heaven 17, which was the second collaboration with them after Ball Of Confusion one year before. Unlike Al Green's version, Tina sings verse 2 first, then verse 1 when the band starts playing. The song was also included on her multi-platinum album Private Dancer and she performed it since then at every concert tour, available on numerous home video releases.
Writer: Al Green, Willie Mitchel, Al Jackson Jr.
Album: Private Dancer (1984) / Live In Europe (1988) / Private Dancer Tour (1994) / TINA Live (2009) / Do You Want Some Action? (2021) / Live In Rio (2022)
Single: Let’s Stay Together (1983)
Video: Private Dancer Tour (1985) / Live In Rio (1988) / Do You Want Some Action? (1990) / What’s Love? Live (1993) / Live In Amsterdam (1997) / Celebrate! (1999) / One Last Time (2000) / TINA Live (2009)
Charts: UK: #6 / Germany: #18 / USA: #26 (Pop), #1 (Club Play) / Australia: #19
Grammy: Best R&B Vocal Performance (Nomination 1985)