You are the kaleidoscope in my mind I have tried but can't change it my whole world just turns upside down oh I love it when you shake it. Oh baby baby just shake it down shake it down baby for me Oh baby baby just shake it down shake it down baby for me. It's like I'm losing my mind and my shadows agree cos when you call my name somehow it affects my knees if an angel lost her wings I swear to God she'd be you cos I feel like I'm in heaven when you're in view. and I just loose all of my senses cos you break down all my defenses. Oh baby baby just shake it down shake it down baby for me Oh baby baby just shake it down shake it down baby for me Oh baby baby just shake it down shake it down baby for me Oh baby baby just shake it down shake it down baby for me Oh baby baby just shake it down shake it down baby. for me Oh baby baby just shake it down shake it down baby for me.
Shake Down is the debut studio album by the British blues rock band Savoy Brown. It was released in 1967 (on Decca SKL 4883) under the name of Savoy Brown Blues Band and is mainly an album of covers, featuring three songs penned by blues singer Willie Dixon. In addition to Dixon, the band covers John Lee Hooker and . "I Ain't Superstitious" (Willie Dixon) – 3:25. Let Me Love You Baby" (Dixon) – 3:00.
Anthony Michael "Tony" Mortimer (born 21 October 1970 in Stepney, London) is an English singer, rapper, songwriter and composer. He is best known as a member of the boy band East 17, who were originally active from 1991 to 1997 and sold over 20 million records worldwide. Mortimer is also the writer of the band's only number-one single, "Stay Another Day". Mortimer was a member of the 1990s boy band East 17, with whom he had seven UK Top 10 singles and four hit albums between 1992 and 1997.
Hi Tony! So East 17 are back! And now you're a three piece! . But it could have been "went down in the elevator to the bar and got a drink". It depends if you have a dirty mind. I have to agree with you, when I was a kid there were a lot of emotions and it was very sexual. East 17 were always thought of as a "quintessentially British boyband", but your new album seems influenced by American soft rock and Kings of Leon. Why? It gets to a point when you're too old to be doing a certain type of music and I think we're old enough to be the dads of the people making club music now.
This is the moment that former East-17 singer Tony Mortimer was back on the piano to give a rendition of everyone's favourite hit Christmas song 'Stay Another Day' for the Great British Bake Of. .East 17's Tony Mortimer has opened up about how his band's massive 1994 hit Stay Another Day, which earns him almost £100,000 every year in royalties, is based on his brother's suicide.
Anthony Michael "Tony" Mortimer (born 21 October 1970, Stepney, London) is an English singer, rapper, songwriter and composer. One single was released from the album Recharged, before Dreelan left the band due to a contractual obligation not to contribute to East 17, while he was still connected with his previous musical group.
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