Clarence Carter - I Feel It / Grandpa Can't Fly His Kite album flac
- Album: I Feel It / Grandpa Can't Fly His Kite
- FLAC: 1467 mb | MP3: 1133 mb
- Style: Synth-pop
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 410
- Format: WAV RA TTA AIFF MP1 MP2 WMA
|A1||I Feel It||4:38|
|B1||Grandpa Can't Fly His Kite||6:38|
Provided to YouTube by Entertainment One Distribution US Grandpa Can't Fly His Kite · Clarence Carter Best Of ℗ KOCH RECORDS Released on: 2001-10-09.
A 24 song album from A Boy and His Kite including songs like Ways Reprise, Till the End of Time, and Wash Me Clean.
B1. Grandpa Can't Fly His Kite.
But you see, Grandpa can't fly his kite 'Cause Grandma won't give it no tail, no So I'm gonna use what Mother Nature gave me Before Father Time takes it away, yeah. I told you, I got sixteen inches And it's four inches thick And the first day I don't make love I'll take gravely sick. I feel sorry for Grandpa Because I know what he wants to do And that's how come I came over to your house Because I got to make love to you. You see, Grandpa can't fly his kite 'Cause Grandma won't give no tail, no, shake it So I got to use what Mother Nature.
Grandpa Can't Fly His Kite. My brother and I really enjoyed the Best of Clarence Carter. It takes you back to a time when soul music really was much simpler and meant so much more. I recommend the seller to everyone.
How does a kite fly, you might ask. Here is a simple summary of all the reasons your kite flies at the height it does. It's pretty clear the wind will simply try to blow it down. You'd feel the twisting force in your fingers. Secondly, flying lines aren't weightless. There's another implication of the weight of the flying line If you continue to let out line, there comes a point where it weighs so much that the kite cannot lift it any higher. Not even at the optimum wind strength.
Clarence George Carter (born January 14, 1936) is an American blues and soul singer, musician, songwriter and record producer. His most successful records included "Slip Away" (1968), "Back Door Santa", "Too Weak to Fight", "Patches" (1970), and "Strokin'" (1985). Born blind in Montgomery, Alabama on January 14, 1936, Carter attended the Alabama School for the Blind in Talladega, Alabama, and Alabama State College in Montgomery, graduating in August 1960 with a Bachelor of Science degree in music
7" Vinyl 1. 1 Grandpa Can't Fly His Kite. 2. What'd I Say. length: 3:08.