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Kinks, The - Waterloo Sunset flac album
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Waterloo Sunset
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Classic Rock
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1675 mb
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Produced by Shel Talmy & Ray Davies. Album Something Else by the Kinks. Waterloo Sunset Lyrics. Dirty old river, must you keep rolling Flowing into the night People so busy, make me feel dizzy Taxi light shines so bright But I don't need no friends As long as I gaze on Waterloo sunset I am in paradise. Every day I look at the world from my window But chilly, chilly is the evening time Waterloo sunset's fine. Millions of people swarming like flies round Waterloo underground But Terry and Julie cross over the river Where they feel safe and sound And they don't need no friends As long as they gaze on Waterloo sunset They are in paradise. Waterloo sunset's fine. About Waterloo Sunset.

Waterloo Sunset is an album by Barb Jungr released in 2003 (See 2003 in music). Do You Play Guitar?" (Barb Jungr, Adrian York) – 3:53. High Water (for Charley Patton)" (Bob Dylan) – 5:49. Originally from the Bob Dylan album Love and Theft (2001). Cathy's Clown" (Don Everly, Phil Everly) – 3:35. Originally from the Everly Brothers album The Everly Brothers' Best (1959). This Masquerade" (Leon Russell) – 5:09. Originally from the Howard Roberts album Sounds (1970).

Album: Something Else By The Kinks (1967). Charted: 2. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Waterloo Bridge is in London, and the lyrics are about a guy looking out of a window at two lovers meeting at Waterloo Station. Davies used to cross Waterloo Bridge every day when he was a student at Croydon Art School. Ray Davies brought this to the band while they were in the middle of recording the album. Ray Davies performed this with Jackson Browne on Davies' 2010 collaborative album See My Friends. In an interview for Daniel Rachel's book The Art of Noise: Conversations with Great Songwriters, Davies recalled that Browne was taken with a particular lyric: "He said, 'I don't need no friends?' He said it twice.

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Print and download Waterloo Sunset sheet music by The Kinks. Sheet music arranged for Piano/Vocal/Guitar in Eb Major (transposable). Waterloo Sunset By The Kinks - Digital Sheet Music. Price: 347,20 ₽. Includes 1 print + interactive copy. More Songs From the Album: The Kinks - Something Else by the Kinks.

Title: Waterloo Sunset Artist: The Kinks Album: Something Else by the Kinks (I think), anyway the song was released in mid 1967. Dirty old river, must you keep rolling, rolling into the night People so busy, make me feel dizzy, taxi light shines so bright But I don't need no friends As long as I gaze on Waterloo Sunset, I am in paradise Every day I look at the world from my window Chilly chilliest evening time, Waterloo sunset's fine.

Pièce maîtresse de l'album Something Else by the Kinks (1967). Paroles et musique : Ray Davies. As long as I g E aze on Waterloo B sunset. A A/G F Every day I look at the world from my B window E. A A/G F The chilly chilliest evening time, Wate B7 rloo sunset's fine. B7 Waterloo sunset's fine). Terry meets Judie at Waterloo Station. But I am so lazy, don't want to wander. I stay at home at night. But I don't Feel afraid. As long as I gaze on Waterloo sunset, I am in paradise. Every day I look at the world from my window. The chilly chilliest evening time, Waterloo sunset's fine.

Waterloo Sunset" is a song by British rock band The Kinks. It was released as a single in 1967, and featured on their album Something Else by The Kinks. Composed and produced by Kinks frontman Ray Davies, "Waterloo Sunset" is one of the band's best known and most acclaimed songs, and ranked number 42 on "Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time". The record reached number 2 on the British charts in mid 1967, behind the Tremeloes' "Silence Is Golden"