|A||If You're Looking For A Fool = Si Estas Buscando Un Tonto
Written-By – McRee*, Thomas*, Thomas*
|B||Take This Hurt Off Me = Quítame Este Daño
Written-By – Hamilton*, Mims*
|MIN-148||Big John Hamilton||If You're Looking For A Fool (7", Single)||Minaret||MIN-148||US||1969|
|MIN-148||Big John Hamilton||If You're Looking For A Fool (7", Single, Promo)||Minaret||MIN-148||US||1969|
|2544-B||Big John Hamilton||If You're Looking For A Fool (7", Single, Promo)||Exit Records , Minaret||2544-B||Spain||1969|
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If You're Looking for a Fool. South Side of Soul Street: The Minaret Soul Singles 1967-. Hamilton cut eight solo 45s as well as a couple of duets with Doris Allen (including an interesting version of Buddy Miles' "Them Changes") for Florida's Minaret Records label between 1967 and 1970, few of which had any impact outside of the region. Sundazed Records finally collected all of these on a single CD in 2006 as How Much Can a Man Take. The powerful title tune, from 1968, occasionally shows up on soul collections and is a true gem. ~ Steve Leggett.
I'm a Fool to Want You" is a 1951 song composed by Frank Sinatra, Jack Wolf, and Joel Herron. Frank Sinatra co-wrote the lyrics and released the song as a Columbia Records single. The ballad is considered a pop and jazz standard. Frank Sinatra first recorded the song with the Ray Charles Singers on March 27, 1951, in an arrangement by Axel Stordahl in New York.
American Fool is the fifth studio album by John Mellencamp, released under the stage name John Cougar in 1982. The album was his commercial breakthrough, holding the position on the Billboard album chart for nine weeks. It was the best selling album of 1982. According to a 1983 article in the Toledo Blade, the song "Danger List" originated when Mellencamp heard his guitarist Larry Crane playing some chords in a basement rehearsal room.
An 18 song album from Big John Hamilton including songs like Go Ahead On, I Just Have to Thank You, and Take a Chance With M. Need Help Finding the Right Song? We will find the perfect song for your project. Monday-Friday, 9-5 CST. 1-800-380-8154.
Alexander Hamilton My name is Alexander Hamilton And there's a million things I haven't done But just you wait, just you wait. When he was ten his father split, full of it, debt-ridden Two years later, see Alex and his mother bed-ridden Half-dead sittin' in their own sick, the scent thick. And Alex got better but his mother went quick. future see him now as he stands on (ooh) The bow of a ship headed for a new land In New York you can be a new man. In New York you can be a new man (Just you wait) In New York you can be a new man (Just you wait) In New York you can be a new man In New York, New York Just you wait!
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Things Are Looking Up. Too Marvelous for Words. I'm a Fool to Want You (оригинал Billie Holiday). Глупо желать быть с тобой (перевод Fab Flute). I'm a fool to want you. Глупо желать быть с тобой. Глупо желать быть с тобой, To want a love that can't be true. Желать любви, которая невозможна, A love that's there for others too. Любви, которая здесь и для других. I'm a fool to hold you. Глупо задерживать тебя. Such a fool to hold you. Так глупо задерживать тебя, To seek a kiss not mine alone.
3. Words within broken brackets have been taken from JCHW description begins John C. Hamilton, e. The Works of Alexander Hamilton (New York, 1851). description ends, I, 110–11. 4. J. C. Hamilton gives this as were. However from the material legible on the MS it is more logically transcribed as might.