|A||You Burn Me Up And Down
Written-By – Tom Talton*
|B||He Doesn't Go About It Right|
|59340||We The People||You Burn Me Up And Down / He Doesn't Go About It Right (7", Single, Promo)||Challenge||59340||US||1966|
|HLH 10089||We The People||You Burn Me Up And Down / He Doesn't Go About It Right (7", Single)||London American Recordings||HLH 10089||UK||1966|
|59340||We The People||You Burn Me Up And Down / He Doesn't Go About It Right (7", Single)||Challenge||59340||US||1966|
|77011||We The People||You Burn Me Up And Down / He Doesn't Go About It Right (7", Single, Mono)||Apex||77011||Canada||1966|
We The People - He Doesn't Go About It Right. Scott Cochran - We the People. We The People - You Burn Me Up and Down. We The People - When I Arrive.
Looking for song, bouncy, acoustic pop song on the radio, female singer, chorus is minimalistic, goes "you make my heart beat right", with a fair bit of space between each word (I think these are the wrong lyrics, as googling them doesn't lead me where I want to be). Thanks. Eddie 17 June 2019 Reply. and at the drop its like " I wanna.
KEVIN: Did I burn down the joint? I don't think so. I was making ornaments out of fish hooks. Been hiding out in this neighborhood ever since. ROD: What's he doing now? BUZZ: He walks up and down the street every night, salting the sidewalks. ROD: Maybe he's just trying to be nice.
Boy, I feel The temperature rising My heart stops You struck me like lightning Can't fight This feeling inside me Time's up I got you in my sights. It's just the way you do to me What you do to me (It's human nature) Tonight, it's only you and me Baby, set me free. So, take me up Make me fall and Show me what Lies beyond and Light me up Light me up and Burn me down down down down. We'll Keep it secret In the dark They won't see it Light me up Light me up and Burn me down down down down.
Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out" is a blues standard written by Jimmy Cox in 1923. Its lyric, told from the point of view of a one-time millionaire during the Prohibition era, reflects on the fleeting nature of material wealth and the friendships that come and go with it. As a vaudeville-style blues, it was popularized by Bessie Smith, the preeminent female blues singer of the 1920s and 1930s. Since her 1929 recording, it has been interpreted by numerous musicians in a variety of styles.
He also sings about how he could just end things, but by how fast he sings the lyrics its like his mind is swamped with thoughts about how he feels worthless and contemplates life. Abbie S. 12. Music of the Night from The Phantom of the Opera. It pumps me up and makes me happy. It helped me remember that even though I get pushed down time after time trying to do things, I will eventually overcome it. ‘I pushed to the limits, I climbed every wall, I keep on believing, anythings possible. I always remember that line and it really lifts me up. - Emily V. 36. From Can to Can’t by Sound City feat. I’m always ‘the sadder the better’ kind of person. It’s like a mental release, even if it doesn’t make me cry, I still get the same release of emotion and I feel better afterward.
Kevin: Right, and not a year and half earlier I was flat busted broke in New York, and then, you know, things picked up and I thought that I could really try and make something of it. But you know, nothing ventured, nothing gained, and that was the attitude that I had, and, you know, found myself broke again. I was not in control of my life while I was in New York. When you are in control of something, that means you make the decisions and choices about it. If you are not in control of something, that means things happen and you cannot stop them or prevent them.