You Don't Love Me


"You Don't Love Me" is a popular reggae song originally written and performed by Jamaican artist Dawn Penn. The song was recorded in the key of A major. Penn co-wrote the song with producer Coxsone Dodd, who released it in 1967 on his Studio One label. While initially not a commercial success, the song gained widespread recognition and popularity when it was re-released in 1994 on the Big Beat record label. It became a hit in several countries, including the United Kingdom and the United States. Penn's soulful vocals combined with the rhythmic reggae beats bring a distinctive and captivating melody to "You Don't Love Me." Trivia: The song has been sampled and covered by various artists in different genres over the years, further cementing its status as a timeless classic.