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C & The Shells - You'll Be Back / Funky Tamborine album

C & The Shells - You'll Be Back / Funky Tamborine album
  • Performer C & The Shells
  • Title You'll Be Back / Funky Tamborine
  • Date of release 1973
  • Style Funk
  • Other formats AU MPC WAV AC3 ADX MMF AHX
  • Genre Soul
  • Size MP3 1992 mb
  • Size FLAC 1209 mb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 803

You’ll Be Back Lyrics. You say The price of my love’s not a price that you’re willing to pay You cry In your tea which you hurl in the sea when you see me go by Why so sad? Remember we made an arrangement when you went away Now you’re making me mad Remember, despite our estrangement, I’m your man You’ll be back, soon you’ll see You’ll remember you belong to me You’ll be back, time will tell You’ll remember that I served you well Oceans rise, empires fall We have seen each other through.

This song was not released in North America until Beatles '65 five months later. According to musicologist Ian MacDonald, Lennon created the song based on the chords of Del Shannon's "Runaway" which had been a UK hit in April 1961

You'll Be Back" is the seventh song from Act 1 of the musical Hamilton, based on the life of Alexander Hamilton, which premiered on Broadway in 2015. Lin-Manuel Miranda wrote both the music and lyrics to the song. It is sung by Jonathan Groff in the show's original cast recording. Within the context of the musical, it is performed by George III of the United Kingdom lamenting the anti-royal machinations of the rebelling American colonists.

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A You'll Be Back
Producer, Arranged By – Bert De Cateaux*
B Funky Tamborine (Part II)
Arranged By – G. Patterson*, G. Tindley*


  • Written-By – Calvin White, David Williams* (tracks: B)