In the late '70s I loved a peppy song, "You Got Me Runnin'," by Ohio-born singer-songwriter Gene Cotton, which hurtled all the way to #33 on the national charts in January 1977. Been trying to find it for a couple of years, but it's too obscure for iTunes. When I searched again tonight, it popped up on YouTube and at IMEEM. According to some of the YouTube comments, it's a religious song, which, now that I think about it, makes sense. Just this year Cotton released a Christian album, "Songs For the Journey." Besides his music, he ran unsuccessfully for the Tennessee House of Representatives in 2001 and has devoted himself considerably to good works. I'll leave this good work here so I know where to find it.
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