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Bet No One Ever Hurt This Bad

Released by Three Dog Night in 1968
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This version of Bet No One Ever Hurt This Bad was released by Three Dog Night in 1968.

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Three Dog Night, the writers and performers behind “Bet No One Ever Hurt This Bad,” was one of the best-selling popular rock bands of the late 1960s and 1970s. Their breakout hit was “One” which was released in 1969, reaching #5 on the Billboard Hot 100 and scoring the band a gold record. They didn’t bet on having this kind of success early on.

1970 brought on the release of the hit “Mama Told Me Not To Come” which also went gold in the USA, and “Joy to the World” in the same year. Their next big hit was “Black and White” in 1972.

Up to the early 1970’s, Three Dog Night earned 12 gold albums, recorded 21 Billboard Top 40 hits in a row, and (supposedly) sold an estimated 40 million albums from 1969 to the mid 1970s.

“Bet No One Ever Hurt This Bad” was not one of their major hits, and the band took a gamble when they bet that these lyrics would create a monster hit. The song continuously circles back to betting that no one ever hurt so bad, bringing in a recurring theme that directly matches the song title.

The band is just betting, betting, betting that no one ever hurt this bad. The only way to hurt more is if do silly things like try to play baccarat online without first looking at databet.wiki for how to win big using a proven formula. We bet you won’t hurt THAT bad when you win a few hundred dollars gambling online.

Look out my window, watch the rain.
I hear it beating on my windowpane
But it hurts me so bad,
Bet no one ever hurt this bad.

My baby left me all alone,
Waitin’ for a letter sittin’ by the telephone
But it hurts me so bad,
Bet no one ever hurt this bad.

Since you went away,
Cannot face the day
And night brings nothin’ but pain.
Even I was wrong feelin’ that I can’t go on,
Baby please come home
Can’t stand being alone.
Somebody somewhere, hear my plea,
And send my baby back home to me
But it hurts me so bad
Bet no one ever hurt this bad.

Since you went away,
Cannot face the day
And night brings nothin’ but pain.
Even I was wrong feelin’ that I can’t go on,
Baby please come home
Can’t stand being alone.
Somebody somewhere, hear my plea,
And send my baby back home to me
But it hurts me so bad
Bet no one ever hurt this bad.
But it hurts me so bad
Bet no one ever hurt this bad.


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