You made me so very happy,
I'm so glad you came into my life.
"You've Made Me So Very Happy" is a song that was written by Brenda Holloway, Patrice Holloway, Frank Wilson and Berry Gordy, and was released first as a single in 1967 by Brenda Holloway on the Tamla label. The song was later a huge hit for jazz-rock band Blood, Sweat & Tears in 1969.
Blood, Sweat & Tears, the group's self-titled second album, was produced by James William Guercio and released in late 1968. The album was much more pop-oriented, featuring decidedly fewer compositions from within the band. (David Clayton-Thomas, however, had already mounted a solo career as a singer/songwriter over this same time period, beginning with an album released in 1969 by Decca). The record quickly hit the top of the charts, winning Album of the Year at the Grammy Awards over The Beatles' Abbey Road, among other nominees. wikipedia
I'd like to dedicate today's song to Ms. Kim at Golden Pines, Ms. Phyl, and everyone who helps with rescuing and fostering. Thank you for all the love and comfort you provide.
From all the pups you have saved...