Love All The Hurt Away is the twenty-seventh studio album by American singer Aretha Franklin. Released in August 1981, this album is the singer's second release under the Arista Records label. The Arif Mardin-produced disc reached fourth place on Billboard's R&B albums chart and on the main Billboard album chart.
Produced by Arif Mardin. Album Love All The Hurt Away. Love All The Hurt Away Lyrics. I see myself in your face A reflection of pain Somebody made you Cry over and over again. Woman, you are the thing that I Hoped and I prayed for You give you love and I'm Happy like never before. You be the strength and I'll Be your shoulder to lean on (You can lean on my shoulder) We'll build a world and fill our Whole place with love songs.
It was released on April 17, 1995 as a promotional single from the album. The song received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Rock Song in 1996, but ultimately lost to Alanis Morissette's "You Oughta Know".
Produced by Rick Rubin. Album American IV: The Man Comes Around. What have I become My sweetest friend? Everyone I know Goes away in the end And you could have it all My empire of dirt I will let you down I will make you hurt. I wear this crown of thorns Upon my liar's chair Full of broken thoughts I cannot repair Beneath the stains of time The feelings disappear You are someone else I am still right here. If I could start again A million miles away I would.
I hurt myself today To see if I still feel I focus on the pain The only thing that's real. The needle tears a hole The old familiar sting Try to kill it all away But I remember everything. What have I become My sweetest friend Everyone I know Goes away in the end. And you could have it all My empire of dirt I will let you down I will make you hurt. I wear this crown of shit Upon my liar's chair Full of broken thoughts I cannot repair. Beneath the stains of time The feelings disappear You are someone else I am still right here
Testo (sezione corrente). Look down on me if you want to, oh baby You can count me out, don't count along I've lost my taste for love before It goes away, but it don't stay gone I feel it in my bones, my bones. This old heart, this old heart This old heart, this old heart. Well, I cried till I'm all out of tear drops And I hurt till I'm all out of pain Then I wait for the first love that comes down the track Like a hobo waiting for a train. This old heart is gonna rise again This old heart is gonna rise again This old heart, this old heart This old heart is gonna rise again. You may wonder just what keeps me going It's the true love that waits down the line I know that heartbreak is one more behind me And true love is getting closer all the time.
One from the Heart is a soundtrack album of Tom Waits compositions for the Francis Ford Coppola film of the same name. It was recorded from October 1980 to September 1981, and released in February 1982. It was during this period that Waits met his wife Kathleen Brennan, an employee at the studio where it was recorded. Crystal Gayle features prominently on the record, performing either solo or in duets with Waits. The soundtrack was nominated for an Academy Award for Original Music Score.
as the B-side of his single "Rome Will Never Leave You"), Peggy Lee, Maureen Evans, Michael Bublé, Kay Starr, Hank Thompson, Ringo Starr (in his 1970 album Sentimental Journey), Molly Nilsson, and Clarence "Frogman" Henry, whose version became a top 20 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1961. It was also popular in a parody version by Spike Jones. Ron Roberts: Connie Francis Discography 1955–1975.
Freddie Hart - Текст песни Till I Get My Head On Straight. Till I Get My Head On Straight. I know how much I've hurt you it's happened oh so many times before How I love to say that's over now and I won't ever hurt you anymore But if you really love me and I know you do promise me your way Till I get myself together until I get my head on straight.