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Whispering Smith - Why Am I Treated So Bad / It's All Over flac album
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Why Am I Treated So Bad / It's All Over
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Rhythm & Blues
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1557 mb
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4.3 ✪

Перевод текста песни It's All Over исполнителя (группы) Three Days Grace It's all over for. Всё кончено, It's all over for. Всё кончено дл. .Still you wonder why. И всё же, спрашиваешь, почему.

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N the cottage in Boney Street, one year later, two women were waiting. It was ten o’clock at night. Isn’t it a shame to be disappointed like this? complained Dicksie, pushing her hair impatiently back. Really, poor George is worked to death. He was to be in at six o’clock, Mr. Lee said, and here it is ten, and all your beautiful dinner spoiled. Marion, are you keeping something from me? Look me in the eye. Have you heard from Gordon Smith? No, Dicksie.

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Legendary railroad detective Whispering Smith becomes convinced that old friend and colleague Murray Sinclair has joined a criminal band to loot the railroad. Luke 'Whispering' Smith: Murray, if they'd be any other way, I'd a played it differently.

It was very beautiful and it reflected how I felt for a large part of my life, and particularly during that period. But I didn't see a despondency in that, there's an acceptance of melancholia being a part of life, that's why I don't think it's depressing.

It means that we have to accept that there were a lot of good memories made - and that there may not be the same kind of memories made anymore. It sounds like you are looking for closure. Closure can manifest in many different ways, and some forms are more or less effective for different people. Maybe it's one final conversation with your ex where you both put it all out the table. Maybe it's seeing your ex in a new relationship.

It's also reminiscent of song and album titles popularized by emo artists-both in 2000s punk and the current emo rap scene-that consist of long statements that are completely unrelated to the lyrics. I think it's really cool when artists have song titles or album names that are a really conversational sentence. He has songs that are called ‘Take the Blame so I Don’t Have To,’ that is so cool and I've never forgotten that. And he has ‘Blame the Internet’ and ‘Welcome to the Hell Zone’. I feel like it's so cool

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Why Am I Treated So Bad
Written-By – R.Staples
2:48
B It's All Over
Written-By – M.Smith*
2:56

Credits

  • Producer, Arranged By – Lionel Whitfield

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A side runout etched): EX - 2228 - A
  • Matrix / Runout (B side runout etched): EX - 2228 - B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EX 2338 Whispering Smith Why Am I Treated So Bad / It's All Over ‎(7") Excello EX 2338 US 1973
EX 2338 Whispering Smith Why Am I Treated So Bad / It's All Over ‎(7", Single, TP) Excello EX 2338 US 1973