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  • Performer: The Bells
  • Album: He Was Me, He Was You
  • FLAC: 1809 mb | MP3: 1488 mb
  • Released: 1973
  • Country: Canada
  • Style: Soft Rock, Pop Rock
  • Rating: 4.4/5
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The Bells  - He Was Me, He Was You album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

A He Was Me, He Was You
Written-By – Kerr*, English*
3:13
B He Was Me, He Was You
Written-By – King-Goffin*
3:13

Credits

  • Producer – Charles Clark , Kenny Gorka, Rich Sargent

Notes

Red Font, not the same as black font used on the other release

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
2065-188 The Bells He Was Me, He Was You / Child Of Mine ‎(7", Single) Polydor 2065-188 Canada 1973
2065 188 DJ The Bells He Was Me, He Was You ‎(7", Single, Promo) Polydor 2065 188 DJ Canada 1973
K 14533 The Bells He Was Me He Was You / Child Of Mine ‎(7", Single) MGM Records K 14533 US 1973
K 14533 The Bells He Was Me, He Was You / Child Of Mine ‎(7", Single, Promo) MGM Records K 14533 US 1973


Piano player Frank Mills joined The Bells for a short period from 1970 to 1971, after which he left to pursue a solo career, the highlight of which was the 1979 . hit single "Music Box Dancer". Mills was replaced by piano player Dennis Will who remained with the band through to the end. Charlie Clark also joined the band in 1970 as a guitarist and vocalist; he now lives in Saint John, New Brunswick. The band broke up when Edwards departed for a solo career in 1973. The Bells had three Canadian Top Ten singles from their final album, Pisces Rising (Polydor, 1973): "The Singer", "Hey My Love" and "He Was Me, He Was You". Jackie Ralph recruited new members, featuring a new rhythm section with Skip Layton on drums and Will (Wayne) Cardinal on bass and band took on an edgier, country rock style. Layton and Cardinal were also members of Ocean in 1976 and Faro in the early 1970s.

This is the chord progression of He Was Me He Was You by The Bells on Piano, Guitar, Ukulele and Keyboard. D A G D G D A. D A G D Little man was hungry they saw him as a tramp A G Em A With a love note in his pocket, but no money for a stamp, D A G D He just sits there in the doorway and he sings his lonely song, A G D Mumbling the cold out of his hands, A G D. Watching the shadows weave and dance, A G A Smiling, but in his eyes the chances are gone

A. He Was Me, He Was You. Written-By – Kerr, English. The Bells (2). He Was Me He Was You, Child Of Mine ‎(7", Single).

He just sits there in the doorway And he sings his lonely song, Mumbling the cold out of his hands, Watching the shadows weave and dance, Smiling, but in his eyes the chances are gone. He was me, He was you, Maybe someone that you knew, There goes everybody's brother, What's his name? Walk on by, Pay no mind, Heartbreaks happen all the time Ain't it cold enough today, so let it rain.

I had this song memorized note for note my first week of playing bass. Lindsay from Mb, CanadaI think when they were talking about the hells bells thinger, they have the same intro, with the bell ringing. I don't know if they did that on purpose or not. Robert from Powder Springs, GaMetallica's members actually include some extrordinarily intelligent and creative members, Mariah.

Now, he may very well be referring to the bells at the school in which he was raised. However, my personal belief is that everything that happens in this scene has deeper meaning. It took me watching this episode more than once to truly gain an understanding from what transpires. When Light confronts L in the rain, L simply asks Light: Tell me Light, since the moment you were born, has there ever been a point in your life where you actually told the truth? The audio then stops. I think there is a very important reason for this. My belief is that L was talking directly to Kira

Bells gettin' louder, louder I see the rain Pouring down. As Cole did with his previous album, 2014 Forest Hill Drive, he begins 4 Your Eyez Only with a melodic, slow-jammed introduction. Unlike Intro, though, For Whom The Bell Tolls touches on feelings of hopelessness and having nowhere to go. At one point, James (who’s perspective this album’s story is told from) even contemplates suicide: Ain’t no way to live, do I wanna die? The title references Ernest Hemingway’s 1940 novel For Whom the Bell Tolls.

He Was My Brother (оригинал Simon And Garfunkel). Он был мне братом (перевод Максим Куваев из Красноярска). Он был мне братом, Five years older than I, И старше на пять лет, He was my brother. Он был мне братом, Twenty-three years old the day he died. В двадцать три его настигла смерть. Tears can't bring him back to me, Не вернут его мольбы, He, he was my brother. Он, он был мне братом, And he died so his brothers could be free

In 1932 he supposedly hard the Bow bells calling him back to London to fulfill his destiny as Lord Mayor. He was pierced through and buffeted by the clamour. Through the brazen crash and clatter there went one high note, shrill and sustained, that was like a sword in the brain.