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Nomads - The Singer Sang His Song mp3

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Interprète: Nomads
Titre: The Singer Sang His Song
Pays: UK
Publié sur: 13 Mar 1970
Style: Garage Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Catégorie: Rock
Classement: 4.2
Catalogue #: 7N 17906
Label: Pye Records

Tracklist

1The Singer Sang His Song
2Lovin' Him
Written By – P. Dooley


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
7N 17906Nomads The Singer Sang His Song ‎(7", Single, Promo)Pye Records7N 17906UK1970
7N 17906Nomads The Singer Sang His Song ‎(7", Single)Target 7N 17906UK1970


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Текст песни: Hed sing his song most every night Wishing she was there behind the light The people danced and sang along On the cardboard stage he never sang it wrong. Hed sing his song most every night Wishing she was there behind the light The people danced and sang along On the cardboard stage he never sang it wrong. Hed sing his song most every night Wishing she was there behind the light The people danced and sang along On the cardboard stage he never sang it wrong And the piper played the tune And the drummer won his spurs But the song that the singer sang was for her Now the singers song is never heard And the visions. The Singer Sang His Song is a song written by Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb and recorded by the English rock group Bee Gees, released in early 1968 as a single along with Jumbo. In some countries the song was the B-side of Jumbo but in others they were promoted as a double A-side. This track was only issued as a single and not included on a studio album at the time, so by standard practice at the time, it was not mixed to stereo. The song was recorded on January 8, 1968, the same day the song Down. The Singer Sang His Song. Lovin' Him. Written By P. Altre versioni 2 di 2 Visualizza tutto. Watch the video for The Singer Sang His Song from Bee Gees's Mythology for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and. He'd sing his song most ev'ry night Wishing she was there behind the light The people danced and sang along On the cardboard stage he never sang itWatch the video for The Singer Sang His Song from Bee Gees's Mythology for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. He'd sing his song most ev'ry night Wishing she was there behind the light The people danced and sang along On the cardboard stage he never sang it View full lyrics. Similar Tracks. We currently don't have any genres associated with this song. Would you like to contribute Add Genre. Song Styles. All Styles. We currently don't have any styles associated with this song. Would you like to contribute Add Styles. 2012 г. Musicvideo of The Singer Sang His Song. Download and listen online The Singer Sang His Song by Bee Gees. Genre - Pop-Rock. Duration 03:08. Format mp3. Music video. Bee Gees - The Singer Sang His Song. On this page you can download song Bee Gees - The Singer Sang His Song in mp3 and listen online. Pop-Rock Psychedelic Rock Baroque pop. Bee Gees. Nomads released it on the single The Singer Sang His Song in 1970. It was covered by Nomads and The Bill Shepherd Singers. SecondHandSongs is building the most comprehensive source of cover song information. Guitarist Dave Davies wrote and sang some of the Kinks' most affecting tunes, but lead vocals on singles almost always went to his brother Ray. This song was an exception: It appeared both on the Kinks album Something Else and as a solo Dave Davies single which reached Number Three on the U. Why didn't he try to further his solo career I was really depressed then, Davies said. I remember writing minor chords, very reflective of my melancholic period. But the song that the singer sang was for her. G C D. Now the singer's song is never heard. And the visions he once saw are disappeared. G C D He'd sing his song most every night G C D Wishing she was there behind the light G C D The people danced and sang along. G C D D7 On the cardboard stage he never sang it wrong. D G C D And the piper plays the tune. G C D And the drummer wore his spurs. G B7 Em G D D7 But the song that the singer sang was for her. G C D Now the singer's song is never heard G C D And the visions he once saw are disappeared G C D Now they never dance or sing along. G C D D7 But on the cardboard stage he never sang it wrong