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Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose was a family soul singing group from Dania Beach, Florida, that was formed in 1970 and gained popularity in the early 1970s. It was composed of siblings Carter Cornelius, Eddie Cornelius, and Rose Cornelius, who were joined by sister Billie Jo Cornelius in 1972. Cleveland E. Barrett (a childhood friend), an original member of the group, was killed in a car accident before their chart success.
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Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose - Treat Her Like A Lady 02:40. Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose, Cornelius Brothers, Sister Rose - Treat Her Like a Lady 02:49. All songs from Soultown 2. The Story of Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose, 1996. Ike Quebec - Shu Shu 02:38. Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose - I Keep Falling Deeper and Deeper 04:10. Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose - Let Me Down Easy 02:54. Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose - Treat Her Like A Lady 02:40. Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose - I'm Never Gonna Be Alone Anymore 02:33. Cornelius Brothers &.
Fenton, Cornelius lyrics. Album: Keep It A Secret. There’s a man with a sign around his neck And he wears it on Sunday the best He’s got a straight heart and a crooked smile And his eyes are light just like his temper. And the song of psalm he’s partial But all the books are grand He sets in his empty pew Hand over hand. And he says hey Mr. Preacher man can you preach me some of this And I said hey mister lover man can you save me can you save this I forgot
A Florida family group, Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose had a brief moment in the sun in 1972, with their self-titled United Artists LP. They scored two pop hits in "Too Late to Turn Back Now" and "Treat Her Like a Lady," and the album cracked the pop LP chart at number 29. They actually fared better with general audiences than R&B and soul fans, who found their arrangements, harmonies, and style lacking grit and intensity. They enjoyed one more mild hit in "Don't Ever Be Lonely (A Poor Little Fool Like Me.