Cream & Spices 의 I Know A Place 의 가사. They're in a room, it seems alone He ain't got much to say So she stands real close. Got her trigger in her hand And that's about as long as it should take The curtain falls, it's not too late They're quite shy a pair So she borrows his ear He leans his head And this is what she's just about to say I know a place where we can walk around as if we were saints.
Lyrics & Chords of Moving Slowly by Cream & Spices from album Cream & Spices, Could it be that you were with me in good and happy days A slumbering war of great intensions is br. get pdf, listen similar.
Cream were a 1960s British rock power trio consisting of drummer Ginger Baker, guitarist/singer Eric Clapton and bassist/singer Jack Bruce. While together they released four albums, the last two being partly recorded live in concert, and ten singles. Since breaking up there have been four albums of music recorded live in concert (including of their brief reunion at the Royal Albert Hall in 2005), and 11 compilation albums. Spoonfull live on TV (1967).
I Know a Place is an album release by Petula Clark, which in the USA (her second on Warner Bros. Arranged and produced by Tony Hatch, the album followed on the release of Clark's "I Know a Place" hit single and yielded another UK hit with "You're the One".
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A Place I Know Lyrics. Yesterday's gone Yesterday's gone And I'm open I'm open Tomorrow will come Tomorrow will come Am I dreaming? Dreaming. I'm sorry I left you I'm sorry I love you I planted so much pain there I then went insane there. There's a place I know Where we can go Just to be with you Is all I want to do. Beautiful child Beautiful child You are gorgeous You're gorgeous Beautiful child Beautiful child You are lovely You're lovely
In the wake of the Grammy-nominated Downtown album, it was time for Petula Clark and producer/songwriter Tony Hatch to record a proper follow-up album, rather than throwing together some well-chosen singles. The result was I Know a Place, the first real album to capture Clark's new, post-"Downtown" sound. Not quite all of it works in that vein; "Strangers and Lovers" has a rather older feel than much of the rest - except for the electric guitar behind the outro.
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