Live at the Fillmore is a live double album by Derek and the Dominos, recorded in two performances in October 1970 at the Fillmore East and released on 22 February 1994. It includes live material previously released on the In Concert album, live material previously released on Eric Clapton's Crossroads box set, and several previously unreleased numbers
The album was produced by using recordings from four different live venues: The Bottom Line in New York City; The IMAC at Huntington, New York; New Park Entertainment in Philadelphia; and The Keswick Theatre in Glenside, Pennsylvania. The album had further studio production at American Recording in Calabasas, California.
Across the Sea Lyrics. Why are you so far away from me? I need help and you're way across the sea I could never touch you I think it would be wrong I've got your letter You've got my song. Why are you so far away from me? Why are you so far away from me?
Album track by Weezer. Across the Sea is considered by many longtime fans of Weezer to be one of, if not the best overall song the band has released. On the Weezer songblog, Teenage Victory Songs, Across the Sea was distinguished in "The Very Best" category of Weezer's discography. Additionally, when ranked on an AllThingsWeezer thread that asked fans to give the song a ranking out of 10, Across the Sea recieved a 9. 3%, making it the highest-ranked song as of January 2010. Rivers Cuomo – lead guitar, lead vocals, piano. your love from all around the world As if I could live on words and dreams and a million screams Oh, how I need a hand in mine to feel. Why are you so far away from me? Why are you so far away from me?
Under the Sea. The seaweed is always greener. In somebody else's lake. You dream about going up there. But that is a big mistake. Just look at the world around you. Right here on the ocean floor. Such wonderful things surround you. What more is you lookin' for? Under the sea. Under the sea. Darling it's better. Down where it's wetter. Nobody beat us. Fry us and eat us. In fricassee. We what the land folks loves to cook. Under the sea we off the hook. Since life is sweet here. We got the beat here.
Lyrics to "Across The Sea" song by The Sweeplings: Follow me down to the shore We can cast our sail and grab the oars We could float away and not come. Oh, just you and me Oh, across the sea Oh, darling won't you just come with me. Leave our note in the old oak tree Carve it deep so they all can read The only thing of us that's left behind Are the words we left there in those few lines.
Royal wedding was celebrated around the world. Royal wedding was celebrated all over the world. Royal wedding was celebrated throughout the world. I want to ask, are all versions right or can be used ? In my opinion they all are right. Option 1 has almost the same meaning but, to me, 'across the world' implies the other side of the world, ie Australia (for me). Of course it was celebrated there, but it wasn't the only place.
|A||Around The World Across The Sea||2:15|
|B||Can Somebody Please Help Me||2:12|