Wallace Brothers - Stepping Stone / Girls Alright With Me mp3 album
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Stepping Stone is the fourth studio album released by American country music artist Lari White. Released on July 28, 1998 as her first album for Lyric Street Records after leaving RCA Nashville. The album's title track was a Top 20 hit on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts in mid-1998; "Take Me" and "John Wayne Walking Away" were also released as singles.
Lover's Prayer: Their Complete Sims Recordings. 18. The Girl's Alright with Me. Allen Orange.
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Stepping Stone Lyrics. Take me to the river Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. It's 2002, everything was totally new We were globally huge, watchin' sales go through the roof We wrote and we feuded, Runyon Avenue soldiers included A multitude of homies who would bounce for no good excuse We were so bulletproof-wrote, souped and soaked in our youth Thought we was runnin' shit 'til we lost the sole of our shoe. ain't have to shoulder the crew The plan was put everyone in position so that they knew How to stand on their own, and I don't wanna open up wounds I just noticed that oomph was gone when we go in the booth 'Cause the truth is, the moment that Proof died, so did the group Shoot. If I could leave this all behind I could open up my eyes and walk in a straight line Down to the river with you Help me leave this all behind.
Rock's greatest live double LP is an unbeatable testimony to the Allman Brothers' improvisational skills, as well as evidence of how they connected with audiences to make jamming feel communal. The audience would kind of play along with us," singerorganist Gregg Allman said of the March 1971 shows documented here. And the entire album burns with apocalyptic cohesion: the sex-mad desperation of "Live With Me"; the murderous blues of "Midnight Rambler"; Keith Richards' lethal, biting guitar on "Monkey Man"; the epic moralism, with honky-tonk piano and massed vocal chorus, of "You Can't Always Get What You Want," which Mick Jagger wrote on acoustic guitar in his bedroom.
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Written-By – Hughey*, Smith*
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Written-By – Orange*
- Published By – Cape Ann Music
- Published By – English Music, Inc.
- Vocals – Wallace Brothers*
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- Rights Society: BMI
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