Your Heart Belongs to Me is the third single released from The Supremes' debut album "Meet The Supremes."
The single was released on May 8, 1962. It was written & produced by Smokey Robinson (of the Miracles).
Song Background[edit | edit source]
For this track, Smokey Robinson decided to use Diana as the lead vocalist for the song.
This single became the last single The Supremes made a quartet because after this, Barbara Martin left the group start a family which left Diana, Florence Ballard & Mary Wilson as a trio.
Barbara is not featured on the single cover due to her departure & because at the time of the photo shoot, she was noticeably pregnant.
Song Composition[edit | edit source]
The song is about a woman whose lover is in the armed forces and has "gone to a far-away land."
Its narration has her tell him to always remember their love for each other if he ever gets lonely.
Chart Performance[edit | edit source]
"Your Heart Belongs To Me" was moderately successful on the Billboard Hot 100, but failed to make Billboard's R&B chart.
|U.S. Billboard Hot 100 Chart||#95|