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He took the first dose around lunchtime and followed it up with dose No. About three hours after falling asleep, this boy who never has nightmares awoke and began running around the house, convinced he was being chased. He tore through the living room, wailing, then ran into my bedroom and cowered under the covers.

It won Franklin the Best Female R&B Vocal Performance Grammy for 1974 marking Franklin's eighth total and consecutive win in that category and her last such win until the Grammys for 1981.

Donny Osmond and Marie Osmond, billed as Donny & Marie, remade "Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing" for their November 1976 album release New Season with the track having a concurrent single release to reach #21 on the Billboard Hot 100 in February 1977 also charting Adult Contemporary at #17.

In 1960, Terrell signed under the Wand subsidiary of Scepter Records after being discovered by Luther Dixon, recording the ballad, "If You See Bill", under the name Tammy Montgomery and doing demos for The Shirelles.

After another single, Terrell left the label and, after being introduced to James Brown, signed a contract with him and began singing backup for his Revue concert tours. Released on Brown's Try Me Records, it became her first charting single, reaching No. After this tenure ended, Terrell signed with Checker Records and released the Bert Berns produced duet, "If I Would Marry You" with Jimmy Radcliffe, which Terrell co-composed.

The first release off the duo's second album: You're All I Need, the song - written and produced by regular Gaye/Terrell collaborators Ashford & Simpson - became a hit within weeks of release eventually peaking at number 8 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 1 on the Hot Soul Singles chart, Aretha Franklin remade "Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing" for her 1974 album Let Me in Your Life.

It was issued as the album's third hit single that August.

Terrell's career was interrupted when she collapsed into Gaye's arms as the two performed at a concert at Hampden–Sydney College on October 14, 1967, with Terrell later being diagnosed with a brain tumor.