Hart & Held - Rockin' Myself album flac
|Rockin' Myself (Club Mix)||6:42|
|Rockin' Myself (Wackside Club Mix)||6:16|
|I Don't Wanna||6:01|
|Rockin' Myself (DJ Matt's Subwoofer Mix)||5:43|
|EPD 666216 6||Hart & Held||Rockin' Myself (12")||Epidrome||EPD 666216 6||Germany||1998|
|EPD 666216 2||Hart & Held||Rockin' Myself (CD, Maxi)||Epidrome||EPD 666216 2||Germany||1998|
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Can’t Help Myself Lyrics. Oooh, oooh Cold Hart, baby (I'ma punkstar). And I can’t help you, I can't even help myself I try to move on, I don't know nothing else And you can’t save me 'cause there ain't nothing to save I still think about you after all these days. And I can't help you, I can't even help myself I try to move on, I don't know nothing else And you can't save me 'cause there ain't nothing to save I still think about you after all these days. I'm looking for the queen, all these bitches is pawns And I don't even sew, not tryna string you along I wish it wasn't so but I'ma still put you in songs I wish I could forget but your memory is too strong.
Rockin' All Over the World is the tenth studio album by British band Status Quo. It is their first to be produced by Pip Williams and the first to feature Andy Bown as a regular contributor to the band; he would later join the band officially in 1982. Released in November 1977, it reached in the UK. "A poxy album," said guitarist and singer Francis Rossi. There's nothing poxy about Rockin' All Over the World," countered guitarist Rick Parfitt.
Conversations with Myself is a 1963 album by American jazz musician Bill Evans. Recording with Glenn Gould's piano, CD 318, at studio sessions on February 6 and 9, and May 20, 1963, Evans used the then controversial method of overdubbing three different yet corresponding piano tracks for each song. Evans followed Conversations with Myself with Further Conversations with Myself (1967) and New Conversations (1978), both recorded in a similar vein.
Her previous album Don’t Explain, a gorgeous selection of covers for soul & blues classics, recorded together with well-known guitarist Joe Bonamassa, achieved all possible awards and won critics’ applause. Beth’s new CD Bang Bang Boom Boom out in October. We are more than sure it should repeat the success of the previous one. Besides this time it’s not covers, but all-original material written by Beth. We talked to Beth about how Don’t Explain has changed her, about the energy and inspiration beneath the new record, about who and what supports her every waking hour, and surely, why.
Hard) hard rockin’ the place Wherever we go, whatever it takes (Hard) hard rockin’ the place We rock this joint and fade away (Hard) hard rockin’ the place Wherever we go, whatever it takes (Hard) rockin’ the place We walk this road on the way (Hard) rock this joint! (Hard) rock this joint! (Hard) rock this joint! . Return To Forever celebrates a spectacular global return for Scorpions as the album is breaking and remaining in the Top 10 in multiple markets including Finland, France, Germany, Greece ( Hungary, Japan and Switzerland, with continued chart activity in Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Holland, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the .
Lyrics for Rockin' For Myself by Motiv8 . rehearsed I want it all, I want it all for myself I'll set it right between your eyes Your shoulder blades, your running knife I want it all, I want it all for myself Improving all the time, I am Improving as I kiss the hem I promise I won't be a trouble at all For I'm okay, I'm. in the red Impressions of the unmade bed You cradled close to me, close to my ear We set out once, forget our shirts With hairy chests and well rehearsed I want it all, I want it all for myself Out in the earth I smell of you Of bathing boy, amazing you I want it all, I want it all for myself.