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I Don’t Wanna Be A Soldier Mama is an enumeration of all the roles John withdraws from, and contains some incisive lines. The melody is essentially The Kinks‘ You Really Got Me Going. An aura of grandiose decadence envelops this cut. When John shouts Hit it! he sounds both long-suffering and cruel. I Don’t Want to Be a Soldier" Track Info.
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I Don't Want to Be" is a song by Gavin DeGraw appearing on his 2003 debut album, Chariot. It was released as a single in Australia in 2003, and in the UK in 2004. The single became DeGraw's biggest hit to date, mainly due to the premiere of One Tree Hill, of which the song is the opening theme; peaking at number ten in the . The song was certified 2x Platinum, having sold over 2,000,000 paid downloads
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I don't want a beggar to look happy. How much is a model paid for standing in your studio?' asked Hughie. Not much,' answered Alan, 'only a shilling an hour. And how much money do you get when you sell a picture?' asked Hughie. For this picture, I will get two thousand pounds,' said Alan. You're a rich man. I think the model should get some of the money,' said Hughie. nonsense!' said Alan. It's difficult to be a painter. It's not difficult to be a beggar.
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- Published By – New Town Sound Ltd.
- Producer, Arranged By – Harry Johnson*
- Written-By – R. Mowatt*