Watson Beasley / Witch Queen - What's On My Mind / Breakaway / Bang A Bong (Get It On) album flac
- Album: What's On My Mind / Breakaway / Bang A Bong (Get It On)
- FLAC: 1698 mb | MP3: 1714 mb
- Released: 1991
- Rating: 4.1/5
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|A1||–Watson Beasley||What's On My Mind||5:49|
|B1||–Witch Queen||Bang A Bong (Get It On)||9:44|
From '' Witch Queen '' Label: Roadshow - BXL1-3312 Format: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: US Released: 1979 Tracklist A1 Witch Queen A2 All Right Now B1 Bang . .
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A2 –Watson Beasley Breakaway. B1 –Witch Queen Bang A Bong (Get It On) 9:44.
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What's on Your Mind (Pure Energy)" is a song by American synth-pop band Information Society that was released as a single in 1988. The "Pure Energy" subtitle derives from a sample of Leonard Nimoy's voice from the Star Trek episode "Errand of Mercy". There is also a sample of DeForest Kelley's voice from the episode "I, Mudd". John Leland of Spin magazine called it a "pretty potent dance record".
Bang bang, I shot you down Bang bang, you hit the ground Bang bang, that awful sound Bang bang, I used to shoot you down. Music played and people sang Just for me the church bells rang. Now he's gone, I don't know why And 'till this day, sometimes I cry He didn't even say goodbye He didn't take the time to lie. Bang bang, he shot me down Bang bang, I hit the ground Bang bang, that awful sound Bang bang, my baby shot me down. Lyrics submitted by almostmanda it's like saying, Cinderella will never get the Prince because she was playing maid to her stepsisters! I mean seriously, have movies taught you nothing?
Originally entitled Get It On, this song was renamed Bang a Gong (Get It On) to avoid confusion with the Chase song. The song features a classic Bolan riff, heavily inspired by Chuck Berry’s Little Queenie. Ian McDonald played saxophone (three times), and Rick Wakeman played piano – he was desperate for money, so Bolan and Visconti created a simple part for him. It is often thought Elton John played the piano, but he merely mimed it for the music video. Lyrically, it’s quite obviously about sex. Ironically, the album (let alone the song) does not feature a gong
what's in/on your mind? Thread starter ticcota. Start date Dec 30, 2010. What do you have in mind?" is the usual way of asking what people are thinking of doing, or what would they prefer to do, as in your first example. What is in your mind' is not a set phrase, not a collocation, nor a very common arrangement of words. What's going on in your mind?" is the nearest I can get to it as an fairly common everyday possibility. If somebody asked me "What is in your mind?" I would tell them " What is that supposed to mean?