|A||Bread And Butter
Written-By – J. Turnbow*, L. Parks*
|B||If You Don't Want My Love
Written-By – G. Goetzman*, M. Piccirillo*
|101757||Robert John||Bread And Butter / If You Don't Want My Love (7", Single)||Motown||101757||France||1983|
|SPCO-60062||Robert John||Bread And Butter (Pan Y Mantequilla) (12", Maxi)||Motown||SPCO-60062||Spain||1983|
|TMG 1298||Robert John||Bread And Butter / If You Don't Want My Love (7", Single)||Motown||TMG 1298||UK||1983|
|1664MF||Robert John||Bread And Butter (7", Single, Promo)||Motown||1664MF||US||1983|
|1664MF||Robert John||Bread And Butter / If You Don't Want My Love (7", Single)||Motown||1664MF||US||1983|
Bread and Butter" is a 1964 song by The Newbeats. Written by Larry Parks and Jay Turnbow, "Bread and Butter" was the group's first and most popular hit. "Bread and Butter" served as The Newbeats' demo in an effort to obtain a recording contract with Hickory Records. They were then asked to formally record the track for the label. The opening two-chord piano riff and the lead falsetto singing voice of Larry Henley are notable features of the song.
A dill spear is great on the side of a burger for munching on, but give me bread and butter pickles on a big sandwich any day. They’re a little sweet and little zesty and with a kick. You’ll slice up the cucumbers into pretty little pieces, about -inch thick (you don’t want them to be super thin).
well she don’t cook mashed potatoes she don’t cook t-bone steak she don’t feed me peanut b-tter she knows that i can’t take
Bread – like real love – took time, cultivation, strong loving hands and patience. It lived, rising and growing to fruition only under the most perfect circumstances. Melissa Hill, Something From Tiffany’s. Whereas if you give them bread, they might become enemies to each other out of boredom. tags: bread, christ, ideal, soul. I like bread, and I like butter - but I like bread with butter best. tags: bread, butter, food, food-love, humour. The waffle was a novel experience: crisp, sweet, the butter served in a fluted paper cup, the syrup in a miniature pitcher. Eleanor Widmer, Up from Orchard Street. tags: bread, recommendations, waffle.
The Dairymaid She curtsied, And went and told The Alderney: "Don't forget the butter for The Royal slice of bread. The Alderney Said sleepily: "You'd better tell His Majesty That many people nowadays Like marmalade Instead. The Dairymaid Said, "Fancy!" And went to Her Majesty. She curtsied to the Queen, and She turned a little red: "Excuse me, Your Majesty, For taking of The liberty, But marmalade is tasty, if It's very Thickly Spread. The King sobbed, "Oh, deary me!" And went back to bed. "Nobody," He whimpered, "Could call me A fussy man; I only want A little bit Of butter for My bread!" The Queen said, "There, there!" And went to The Dairymaid.