Family Man" is a pop rock song written by Mike Oldfield, Tim Cross, Rick Fenn, Mike Frye, Morris Pert, and Maggie Reilly. It became a hit song in 1982 for Mike Oldfield with Maggie Reilly as the vocalist. Hall & Oates achieved success a year later with their cover version. In 2009, Maggie Reilly recorded another version of the song for her solo studio album Looking Back Moving Forward.
Mike Oldfield - Family Man. Transcription. 1 Mike Oldfield version. The song "Family Man" was first recorded and released as a single by musician Mike Oldfield in 1982 on Virgin Records In the UK the single was released as a standard black 7-inch vinyl and a 7-inch picture disc featuring a photographic portrait of Oldfield. The single cover depicts a scene where a gentleman in a black suit sitting at a bar, being approached from behind by a woman in a red outfit.
Family Man. This song is by Mike Oldfield and appear. he had a sulky smile,She took a standard pose as she presented herself. She had sultry eyes,She made it perfectly plain that she was his for a price.
Mike Oldfield - Family Man (with lyrics). Hall & Oates - Family Man Lyrics. Mike Oldfield-Family Man (Live in Cologne). Maggie Reilly - Family man NEW ALBUM.
Artist: Mike Oldfield. Album: Five Miles Out. Genre: Rock. Please just leave me alone, I'm a family man If you push me too far, I just might". She gave him her look That would have worked on any other man in sight He could not mistake She wanted to go back with him and spend his night. But he said, "Leave me alone, I'm a family man And my bark is much worse than my bite! Please just leave me alone, I'm a family man If you push me too far, I just might". She turned, tossed her head and then She started to make her final exit line She showed real disdain As if explaining again she could be his for a price.
Mike Oldfield's parents are Raymond Oldfield, a general practitioner, and Maureen Liston, an Irish nurse. His sister Sally and brother Terry are also successful musicians and have appeared on several of Mike's albums. He also had a younger brother, David, who had Down's syndrome and died in infancy. Family Man is the third full-length album released by the American hardcore punk band Black Flag in 1984. It is unique in that one side features spoken-word tracks by vocalist Henry Rollins and the other side mainly features instrumental tracks. Armageddon Man" is the only track on the album in which Rollins and the instruments are together. It is also (along with The Process of Weeding Out) one of the most divisive works of Black Flag's career.
Family Man" as written by Maggie Reilly, Mike Fry, David Brough Pert-morris, Timothy Kjell Cross, Eddie Fenn and Michael Gordon Oldfield. She had a sulky smile, She took a standard pose as she presented herself. She had sultry eyes, She made it perfectly plain that she was his for a price.
Written-By – Reilley*, Oldfield*, Pert*, Fenn*, Cross*
Written-By – Oldfield*
|VS 489||Mike Oldfield||Family Man (7", Single)||Virgin||VS 489||UK||1982|
|14-02877||Mike Oldfield||Family Man (7", Single)||Epic||14-02877||US||1982|
|VS 489||Mike Oldfield||Family Man (7", Single)||Virgin||VS 489||New Zealand||1982|
|SPOLD4||Mike Oldfield||Family Man (CD, Single, Promo)||Virgin||SPOLD4||Netherlands||1993|
|14-02877||Mike Oldfield||Family Man (7", Single, Promo)||Epic, Virgin||14-02877||US||1982|