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Sue Laws - Houston's Gone Banastros album

Sue Laws - Houston's Gone Banastros album
  • Performer Sue Laws
  • Title Houston's Gone Banastros
  • Date of release 1979
  • Style Disco, Novelty
  • Other formats DXD MP1 WMA DMF TTA DTS APE
  • Genre Electronic / Pop / Folk music
  • Size MP3 1366 mb
  • Size FLAC 1826 mb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 754

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She gon' stack up, yellow rubies at my sphere Love the way she moves, she gon' whisper in my ear You are baby, you can smell me when I'm near, where the fuck were you last year? Eighty five stacks in my chain some more Do this for my family when the sun's gone Ridin' on the dirt, I have a place, my son Palm trees in the snow, my boys rollin' scroll Rollin' scrolling, gettin' hill, I ain't think they'll go in After top drop top, you already know Lean up in the snow, man, at. the studio Shawty yo' already know I get.

When life leaves you high and dry I'll be at your door tonight If you need help, if you need help. I'll shut down the city lights, I'll lie, cheat, I'll beg and bribe To make you well, to make you well. Give me reasons to believe That you would do the same for me. And I would do it for you, for you. Baby, I'm not moving on I'll love you long after you're gone. For you, for you. You will never sleep alone. I'll love you long after you're gone And long after you're gone, gone, gone. When you fall like a statue I'm gon' be there to catch you Put you on your feet, you on your feet. And if your well is empty Not a thing will prevent me.

Whitney Houston was the gospel-based singer who turned into a pop powerhouse in the 1990s. Learn more at Biography. It loves me, and I love it. Well, I've gone from singing too white to R&B diva, and now I'm hip-hop. I guess it's flattering to know that I can sing it all. I'm like an American princess. America wanted me to marry someone white. They don't understand why I'd want a strong black ma. I know what my color is. I was raised in a black community with black people, so that has never been a thing with me. Yet I've gotten flack about being a pop success but that doesn't mean I'm white

She says I'm beans And I've been lost And I don't mean The poisons gone And I feel drained The side that you know And die with me And I'll be yours. Ending all you know You'll never see me A new cell Ive been taken to the Back of her reason. If I only knew you Didn't ask for my money Only this I know Time I've seen alone.


A Houston's Gone Banastros 2:07
B World Series Disco 3:56

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Cherry Records And Cinema Corp.
  • Distributed By – Cherry Records And Cinema Corp.
  • Produced At – Sound Masters, Houston, Texas
  • Published By – Pubit Music
  • Published By – Starrin Music


  • Producer – A. V. Mittelstedt
  • Written-By – Barbara Livitz, Linda Miller


Side A: Publit Music
Side B: Starrin Music, Melody from: "Bad Girls"

Produced at: Sound Masters in Houston

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): UR 1624A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): UR 1624-A JE
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): UR 1624 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): UR 1624-B JE
  • Rights Society: BMI