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From "Gimme Gimme" from "Gimme Gimme Lyrics - All Musicals": From "Too Many Nights Alone" by Brenda Lee: From "Call Me The Breeze" by J.J. Cale: From "Queen Of Me" by Natalie Brown: From "Ain't Nobody Goin' Home" by Color Me Badd. This disarming nearness draws out emotion from the album's sound in evocative, bold color. The lyrics serve not to obscure and mystify, but to perform, reveal. This is a list of songs about California. Many songs have been written about California; some . "California", Manfred Mann's Earth Band (lyrics by Sue Vickers). "California . "The Golden State", City and Colour. "Gone to . " California Nights", Best Coast . "San Andreas Fault", Natalie Merchant . " Santa Cruz"

Natalie Prass Zachary Cale is a NYC based songwriter/musician originally hailing from the small southern town of Enon, Louisiana. Skip James and John Fahey, coupled with Cale's haunting vocal delivery and enigmatic lyrics. Only last night Bayonne opened for Neon Indian in Dallas and will then head to CA next. Лингво-лаборатория Амальгама: перевод текста песни The Color Of the Night группы Lauren Christy. The Color Of The Night This song is by Lauren Christy. Цвет ночи. You and I moving in the dark. Bodies close but souls apart. Shadowed smiles, secrets unrevealed. I need to know the way you feel. I give you. From "Mood Indigo" from "Mood Indigo Lyrics - All Musicals": All the late night memories are leaning in my shoes. My mother's old grey leather gloves are From "Calypso Blues" by Natalie Cole: fell on your shoes. Punched out the colors, leaving you the blues From "Clyde (J J Cale And C W Beavers)" by Cale Jj. From "Recollection of the Arabian Nights" by Alfred, Lord Tennyson: From "Old Gray Coat" from "Old Gray Coat Lyrics - All Musicals": From "Sail On My Boat" by Ocean Colour Scene: From "Lie Still, Sleep Becalmed" by John Cale: From "Calypso Blues" by Natalie Cole.

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