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When the 101 number one song of the day was released people wondered could this group possibly do what no one else ever had? The answer was a resounding yes!
The group had just scored three straight number ones and no one in the history of Billboard’s Top 100 had ever recorded 4 straight chart toppers. So this one was one for the record books. Lamont Dozier who co-wrote the song with Brian and Eddie Holland remembers that it all started with a fight he was having with his girlfriend. He was always looking for lyrics and often would stop a conversation when something struck him and run to the piano to start writing a song. That’s exactly what happened when he uttered a phrase which struck them both as funny and consequently ended the argument. That phrase became the title of a song which was number one on March 28, 1965 for the Supremes and the phrase was: Stop in the Name of Love!