Hip-hop / Funk
Electronic / Rock
George Jones - Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes?
Derrick McReary: Come on. The PE4 has been moulded and is set to explode in sixty seconds. Now listen people, we're your friends .
Yeah, I'm gonna take my horse to the old town road I'm gonna ride 'til I can't no more I'm gonna take my horse to the old town road I'm gonna ride 'til I can't no more . Hat down, cross town, livin' like a rockstar Spent a lot of money on my brand new guitar Baby's got a habit: diamond rings and Fendi sports bras Ridin' down Rodeo in my Maserati sports car Got no stress, I've been through all that I'm like a Marlboro Man so I kick on back Wish I could roll. on back to that old town road I wanna ride 'til I can't no more.
On their 2006 album A Twisted Christmas, they did a version of "O Come, All Ye Faithful" with using the traditional lyrics but set to the music of "We're Not Gonna Take I. Dee Snider started writing this song in 1980, two years before Twisted Sister released their first album, Under the Blade. He had the hook, but couldn't come up with a verse melody. That gave me the information I needed to come up with the rest of 'We're Not Gonna Take I. " The song was finished in time for Twisted Sister's third album, Stay Hungry, which was their breakthrough, taking them out of the clubs and into arenas. In 1985, the Parents Music Resource Center (PMRC), a group led by Tipper Gore and the wives of other political insiders (Gore was married to Senator Al Gore), pushed to get warning labels attached to albums with explicit lyrics. They included this song in their list of 15 they deemed most offensive, citing it for violence.
God's Gonna Cut You Down", also known as "Run On" and "Run On for a Long Time", is a traditional folk song which has been recorded by numerous artists representing a variety of genres. The lyrics are a warning to sinners that no matter how hard they try, they will not avoid God's judgment. The song has, over time, been modified to fit the boundaries of diverse genres like country, folk, gospel, techno, and black metal.
I walk through her hills. Take me to the place I love. Возьми меня в то место, в которое я влюблен, Take me all the way. Забери меня всего. Under the bridge downtown. Под мостом в центре города. Is where I drew some blood. I could not get enough. Я не смог сделать достаточно. Forgot about my love.
I can’t find a song that I’ve been looking for years. It had to have been several years ago and I remember it was sung by a man and the chorus went All I really want is yoouuuuuuu Then he’d whisper it All I really want i. .Please help! Kevin Davis 19 June 2019 Reply. she throw it off the backboard, she leave im coming back for it". Help please 19 June 2019 Reply. Hey! So the song has a kinda stop start feel to the end of it.
And now you steal away Take him out today Nice work you did You're gonna go far, kid. With a thousand lies And a good disguise Hit 'em right between the eyes Hit 'em right between the eyes When you walk away Nothing more to say See the lightning in your eyes See 'em running for their lives. Now dance, fucker, dance He never had a chance And no one even knew It was really only you. So dance, fucker, dance I never had a chance It was really only you.
You been soakin’ up that sunshine all day Sendin’ some hot little pictures my way Soakin’ wet gettin’ in my head Now you’re in that dress and girl I can’t wait to Take you out spin you around Find somewhere to lay you down But the first thing we gotta do right now is. REPEAT CHORUS. CHORUS It’s like the first time watching you walk away Begging baby please just stay Feeling every second of the clock tick by On an endless night The first time seeing you with someone new Dying inside trying to play it cool It don’t matter how long it’s been I’m always missing you For the first time again. I wish that you’d go find somebody new and I wish I had it in me, to just have one or two I wish I could draw a line, stick to it just one time But I’m drunk tonight, so never mind.
|Gonna Take Another Walk Downtown|
|45-4908||Charlie Gore||Somebody's Been / Gonna Take Another Walk Downtown (7")||King Records||45-4908||US||1956|
|4908||Charlie Gore||Somebody's Been / Gonna Take Another Walk Downtown (7", Promo)||King Records||4908||US||1956|
Rock / Pop
Folk and Country
Folk and Country