Girl You Need a Change of Mind  

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"Girl You Need a Change of Mind" is a song by Eddie Kendricks. It was released on the album People ... Hold On in May 1972 on the Tamla Records label. The following year , the song went to #13 on the US soul chart and #87 on the Hot 100. "Girl You Need a Change of Mind" has been described as one of the first disco records.

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The lyrics of the song describe a man talking to a woman campaigning for women's rights, saying "I'm for women's rights/I just want equal nights".

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