- Performer The Twinkle Bros.
- Title We Can Do It Too / I Am Coming
- Date of release 1970
- Other formats AHX AA MPC VOX XM ADX MOD
- Genre Reggae
- Size MP3 1494 mb
- Size FLAC 1795 mb
- Rating: 4.8
- Votes: 904
You can write the next line, baby you've been wasting time We can make our bodies rhyme, our lives intertwine And if you've gone cold, you don't let it show There's a deeper place that we can both go You tell me that I'm wide eyed, baby you're just being kind Never going outside, we. are working overtime Yeah, I do like when I'm staying the night With the temperature just right.
MORRIS Ever since the Dixie Chicks, the female perspective on country radio has been love songs. I love love songs, but we do have more to talk about, so it’s nice that other perspectives are coming back. GUYTON Maren, your song Rich - I freaking love that you curse. It makes me so happy, because it’s so taboo. I have to stand up and dictate who I am. Nobody cares more about your business than you. MUSGRAVES Sometimes I’m probably way too hands-on, but I love knowing what’s going on with my money, with my crew. I want to be hands-on without letting it drive me crazy and take away from my creativity. MORRIS It comes down to the lesser of two evils, which is very sad. It’s also so polarizing: If you have opinions that are middle of the road - you’re not super-left, you’re not super-right - you’re labeled wishy-washy. What are the most important social issues facing your generation?
The Clash used the melody and some of the lyrics for their song "English Civil War" on the Give 'Em Enough Rope album. Jacob Miller used the melody for his song "Peace Treaty", which was written for the One Love Peace Concert in Kingston, Jamaica, on April 22, 1978, to celebrate a peace treaty between the opposing leading parties. The melody of When Johnny Comes Marching Home can be heard in the fade out of the song Out in the Fields by Gary Moore and Phil Lynott (1985) played on keyboard. The song has an anti-war theme. American singer Angel Snow's rendition of the song appears on the compilation album Divided & United: Songs of the Civil War.
Lyrics to "Coming Home" song by Diddy - Dirty Money: I'm coming home, I'm coming home Tell the world I'm coming home Let the rain wash away All the pain. Thanks to Xeroh Monty, Ayel Levi, Sasha, A D, Mckenzie for correcting these lyrics. Writer(s): SHAWN CARTER, SHAWN C. CARTER, HOLLY HAFERMANN, ALEXANDER JUNIOR GRANT, JERMAINE L. COLE. D. Diddy - Dirty Money Lyrics. album: "Last Train To Paris" (2010).
B: Me, too. or I am, too. or So am I. A: I don't like hamburgers. or Neither do I. A: I can't cook. or Neither can I. A: I'm not tired.
|A||–The Twinkle Bros.* With Bunny Lee All Stars*||We Can Do It Too
Written-By – The Twinkle Bros.*
|B||–Monty Morris*||I Am Coming
Written-By – M. Morris*