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The Intruders is a former American soul music group most popular in the 1960s and 1970s. As one of the first groups to have hit songs under the direction of Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff, they had a major influence on the development of Philadelphia soul.

Singles

Year Single Peak chart positions
US
US
R&B

UK
1961 "I'm Sold (On You)"
1962 "This Is My Song"
1966 "Gonna Be Strong"
"(We'll Be) United" 78 14
"Devil with an Angel's Smile" 29
1967 "(You Better) Check Yourself"
"Together" 48 9
"Baby I'm Lonely" (A-side) 70 28
"A Love That's Real" (B-side) 82 35
1968 "Cowboys to Girls" 6 1
"(Love Is Like A) Baseball Game" 26 4
"Slow Drag" 54 12
1969 "Give Her a Transplant" 104 23
"Me Tarzan You Jane" 41
"Lollipop (I Like You)" 101 22
"Sad Girl" 47 14
"Old Love" 35
1970 "Tender (Was the Love We Knew)" 119 25
"When We Get Married" 45 8
"This Is My Love Song" 85 22
1971 "I'm Girl Scoutin'" 88 16
"Pray for Me" 105 25
"I Bet He Don't Love You (Like I Love You)" 92 20
1972 "(Win, Place or Show) She's a Winner" 12 14
1973 "I'll Always Love My Mama (Part 1)" 36 6 32
"I Wanna Know Your Name" 60 9
1974 "Nice Girl Like You" 21
1975 "Rainy Days and Mondays" 81
"Plain Ol' Fashioned Girl"
1979 "Goodnight"
1984 "Who Do You Love?" 65
1985 "Warm and Tender Love" 99
"—" denotes the release failed to chart




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