Beware of Darkness" is a song written by English musician George Harrison and originally released on his 1970 solo album All Things Must Pass. It has also been covered by artists such as Leon Russell, Marianne Faithfull, Spock's Beard, Concrete Blonde, Matthew Sweet and Susanna Hoffs. Harrison and Russell performed the song at the Concert for Bangladesh in 1971, and Eric Clapton performed it at the Concert for George in 2002.
So scared of getting older, I'm only good at being young/ So I play the numbers game, to find a way to say that life has just begun. Peace Train by Yusuf/ Cat Stevens (1971). Toward the end of the Vietnam War, songs about peace were common in popular music, and Stevens' folk-pop hit made the Billboard Hot 100 top 10 in 1971. From Ozzy’s debut solo album Blizzard of Oz, the iconic chords in this song about a train are some of the best known. Going off the rails on a crazy train" is about struggling with mental unrest, specifically dealing with the aftermath of the Cold War. But hey, "It’s not too late to learn how to love, and forget how to hate.
Looking for song, bouncy, acoustic pop song on the radio, female singer, chorus is minimalistic, goes "you make my heart beat right", with a fair bit of space between each word (I think these are the wrong lyrics, as googling them doesn't lead me where I want to be). Thanks. Eddie 17 June 2019 Reply. and at the drop its like " I wanna.
You will hear a woman talking about moving to another country. Man: Yeah, the new album comes out next week. It’s called Variations, and I think it’s quite different to my last album. A lot of the songs on that were to do with dealing with being successful, as lots of second albums are, I suppose. But while I was on tour recently I, er,fell in love, actually, and I think that’s what’s motivated me to write these twelve tracks.
|A||The Beware Song||2:08|
|B||Fourteen Getting Older||2:35|
- Published By – Survey Music Inc.
- Written-By, Arranged By, Conductor – John Linde, Peter Antell
Notes"Don't Drop Out" slogan
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