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[–] im_back 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

The other version, suitable for airplay at the time, was Don't Play Around With Love.

One of the comments says:

"The Blenders only release on Jay-Dee, in August 1953, consisted of the final two sides that had been recorded for Joe Davis back in March: You'll Never Be Mine Again and Don't Play Around With Love. At that same session, Davis had them record a raunchier version (entitled Don't F--k Around With Love), which he planned to send to disc jockeys as an under-the-table release. After this side found its way onto a Kelway release in 1971, Davis himself released the song (on his Davis label) in 1973. I've always considered it a superior version musically, although the group seems unsure at times what lyrics to sing."---- Uncle Marv