T Love - Long Way Back mp3 flac
- Album: Long Way Back
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Astralwerks) T-Loves long-awaited debut is a brilliantly balanced, intelligent album that not only showcases her sharp verbal daggers but also a range of artistry thats been kept in hiding. T may switch from torchin rapper to torch singer on some songs, notably "Swing Malindy," but its no cliché, post-Lauryn Hill grasp at trend-riding.
Coming Back For More. Arranged By, Producer – Ron WassermanBacking Vocals – Mark FreeGuitar – Tim Godwin Keyboards, Bass, Drum Programming – Ron WassermanWritten-By – Nancy Krasn, Robin Randall. Arranged By – Claude Gaudette, Robin RandallBacking Vocals – Diana DeWitt, Mark FreeBass – Sylan BoulducDrums – Roger LaRocqueGuitar – Pierre GauthierKeyboards – Claude Gaudette, Robin RandallProducer – Claude GaudetteWritten-By – Jeff Law (2), Judithe Randall, Robin Randall. 5. Hard Heart To Break. Long Way From Love (Cass, Album). FR CD 009. Mark Free. Long Way From Love (2xCD, Album, RE, RM, Spe). Long Way From Love (CD, Album, Unofficial).
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Album: I Love The Way That You've Been Lovin' Me. Once I tried to tell you that some day his love would end You just said it's none of mine concern Now that it's all over you reach out for me again Back across the bridges we have burned But it's a long way back to love even though we're just a step apart It's a long way. back to love all the way back through a broken heart
Long Way Back" lyrics. I got an up close glimpse of the outside world It's an awful big place, well that's for damn sure Seen more of this life than most have seen And it's taken a mighty be toll on me Ah it'd sure feel good to be free
Long Way from Home is a 1979 EP by British hard rock band Whitesnake. The titular song was written by lead singer, David Coverdale, and "Trouble" and "Ain't No Love in the Heart of the City" are the B-side tracks. The song was taken from the band's album Lovehunter, and was the lead-off track. The song charted at number 55 on the UK Singles Chart in 1979. The Japanese release was the single, and its B-side was "Walking in the Shadow of the Blues".
Bb Gm I've been hiding all my hopes and dreams away Bb Gm Just in case I ever need em again someday Cm Bb F I've been setting aside time Cm Bb F To clear a little space in the corners of my mind. Bb Gm Eb Bb All I want to do is find a way back into love Bb Gm Eb Bb I can't make it through without a way back into love.