In 1963 Dionne Warwick had her first solo hit with Don't Make Me Over. Warwick had been signed to Scepter Records by Burt Bacharach, who composed the song after being inspired by an angry outburst by Warwick. After finding out that a song she had wanted to record for her debut album was due to be released by singer Jerry Butler, Warwick yelled "Don't Make Me Over, Man" to Bacharach before storming out of his office. The song was quickly composed and offered to Warwick. Her work with songwriters Burt Bacarach and Hal Young have made Warwick the second most charted female vocalists of all time. In 1989, R&B singer Sybil hit number 20 on the charts with her remake of Don't Make Me Over.
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