Doo doo doo-doo doo doo doo-doo doo Doo doo doo-doo doo doo doo-doo doo Hey, Carrie Anne Hey, Carrie Anne
Evolution is the first of two albums released in 1967 by British pop rock band the Hollies. The album peaked at number 13 in the UK album chart. Like its predecessor, For Certain Because, this album features only songs written by group members Allan Clarke, Graham Nash, and Tony Hicks
Carrie-Anne, Carrie-Anne, Carrie-Anne. Writer/s: ALAN CLARKE, GRAHAM NASH, TONY HICKS Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind. More songs from The Hollies. More songs with girls' names in the title. More songs written for a girl. More songs featuring steel drums. Jennifur Sun from RamonaWho played the steel drum? Was my fav Hollies song for many years tell Long Cool Woman It reached in both Sweden and New Zealand.
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Hey Carrie Anne Hey Carrie Anne When we were at school, our games were simple I played a janitor, you played a monitor Then you played with. Album: Miscellaneous. Heyo! SONGLYRICS just got interactive.
C Hey, Carrie G Anne. C When we were at F school our C games were F simple; C I played the F janitor, C you played the F monitor. C Then you played with F older C boys and F prefects; C What's the at F traction in C what they're G doing? C Hey, F Carrie G Anne, What's your C game now, can F anybody G play? C Hey, F Carrie G Anne, What's your C game now, can F anybody G play? C You were always F something C special F to me
Carrie-Anne (Album Version). Released by Sony Music Dec 2004. "source":4,"source id":"52713","object type":4,"id":"52713","title":"The Hollies","status":0}. Tony Hicks,Allan Clarke,Graham Nash. Carrie-Anne (Album Version) song from the album Super Hits is released on Dec 2004. The duration of song is 02:53. This song is sung by The Hollies.
One of the handful of minor . hits for the Hollies, "Carrie Anne" is an interesting combination of Latin and pop, with a vague element of psychedelia. The simple, three-chord melody is surrounded by a fabulous harmony arrangement by the group, and is, in a way, a precursor to Nash's work with Crosby, Still & Nash. Lyrically, the song is a bit of a lightweight, school-yard tale of romance, yet it retains a certain period charm that is extremely effective.
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- Record Company – Compañia Del Gramofono-Odeon, S.A.E.
- Written-By – Clarke, Hicks y Nash*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Printed A side): 7TSO 1956
- Matrix / Runout (Printed B side): 7TSO 1957
- Depósito Legal: B.24047-1967