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England Dan & John Ford Coley - I'd Really Love To See You Tonight / It's Not The Same album flac

  • Performer: England Dan & John Ford Coley
  • Album: I'd Really Love To See You Tonight / It's Not The Same
  • FLAC: 1407 mb | MP3: 1262 mb
  • Released: 1976
  • Country: US
  • Style: Pop Rock
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 328
  • Format: AA APE XM AHX AHX MP2 AIFF
England Dan & John Ford Coley - I'd Really Love To See You Tonight / It's Not The Same album flac

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A I'd Really Love To See You Tonight
Written-By – Parker McGee
2:36
B It's Not The Same
Lyrics By – Danny Ceals, John Coley*, Sonny DaltonMusic By – John Coley*, Sonny Dalton
2:39

Credits

  • Producer, Engineer – Kyle Lehning

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BT-16069 England Dan & John Ford Coley I'd Really Love To See You Tonight / It's Not The Same ‎(7", Single) Big Tree Records BT-16069 US 1976
N-S-21-1 England Dan & John Ford Coley I'd Really Love To See You Tonight / It's Not The Same ‎(7", Single) Big Tree Records N-S-21-1 Portugal 1976
BT-16069 England Dan & John Ford Coley I'd Really Love To See You Tonight / It's Not The Same ‎(7", Single) Atlantic BT-16069 New Zealand 1976
BT 16069 England Dan & John Ford Coley I'd Really Love To See You Tonight / It's Not The Same ‎(7", Single) Big Tree Records BT 16069 US 1976
BT-16069 England Dan & John Ford Coley I'd Really Love To See You Tonight / It's Not The Same ‎(7", Single) Big Tree Records BT-16069 US 1976


I'd Really Love to See You Tonight" is a song written by Parker McGee and was a hit by England Dan & John Ford Coley from their 1976 album Nights Are Forever.

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Hello, yeah, it's been a while. Not much, how about you? I'm not sure why I called. I guess I really just wanted to talk to you. And I was thinking maybe later on. We could get together for a while. It's been such a long time. And I really do miss your smile. I'm not talking about moving in. And I don't want to change your life. We could go walking through a windy park. Or take a drive along the beach.

Nights Are Forever is the fourth and breakthrough album by the pop rock duo England Dan & John Ford Coley. I'd Really Love to See You Tonight" became one of their biggest hits, peaking at on the Billboard Hot 100. The follow-up single, "Nights Are Forever Without You," also proved successful, peaking at "I'd Really Love to See You Tonight" (Parker McGee) - 2:35. I'll Stay" (Dan Seals) - 3:20. Westward Wind" (Seals, Coley) - 3:17. Long Road Home" (Seals, Coley) - 3:18.

Written-By – Parker McGee. B. It's Not The Same. Lyrics By – Danny Ceals, John Coley, Sonny DaltonMusic By – John Coley, Sonny Dalton. Producer, Engineer – Kyle Lehning. UK release of the US Big Tree recording, on the green/orange Atlantic label.

Hello, yeah, it's been a while Not much, how about you? I'm not sure why I called I guess I really just wanted to talk to you. And I was thinking maybe later on We could get together for a while It's been such a long time And I really do miss your smile.

England Dan and John Ford Coley have an amazing sound and I love their hits. Now, in 1976, for the average guy or gal, moving in with someone before marriage was not common. I was in my late teens, and I was one of the first people I know who ever lived with a guy without marrying him (didn't work out, btw). England' Dan Seals {1948 - 2009} and John Ford Coley will celebrate his 66th birthday in two months on October 13th, 2014. Paul from Gold Coast, AustraliaHe's definitely not talking about the linen, but I don't want to change your mind. Michael from Torrance, CaAs a kid, I really liked this song, but as an adult, I love this new, heartfelt version. And yes, for decades I have wondered what in the world the duo were saying. Lalah from Wasilla, AkI heard this on the radio on my ride home tonight and had to find out if it was "I'm not talking about the linen" or "Im not talking about belitlin" so, now I know.

Hello Yeah, it's been a while Not much, how about you I'm not sure why I called I guess I really just wanted to talk to you And I was thinkin' maybe later on We could get together for a while It's been such a long time And I really do miss your smile.

I'd Really Love to See You Tonight. England Dan Seals & John Ford Coley. Nights Are Forever Without You. 2:54. 7.

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