T.G. Sheppard - When Can We Do This Again / Jenny, Don't Worry 'Bout The Kid mp3 album
Starting with that summer's "When Can We Do This Again", he had a series of fifteen consecutive Top 10 releases, including 10 No. 1 songs. The biggest included "Last Cheater's Waltz" (1979); "I'll Be Coming Back for More" and "Do You Wanna Go to Heaven" (1980); "I Loved 'Em Every One" and "Party Time" (1981); "Only One You", "Finally", and "War Is Hell (On the Homefront Too)" (1982). Another major hit came in 1984: "Slow Burn". Sheppard's success continued until about 1988, when rootsy neo-traditionalist artists began to eclipse more polished pop-country artists like Sheppard on the country charts. Sheppard currently tours throughout the year and continues to release new albums, with a new album set for 2018. Sheppard is married to singer-songwriter Kelly Lang and resides in Hendersonville, Tennessee.
Don't Worry 'bout Me" is a 1938 song composed by Rube Bloom, with lyrics written by Ted Koehler. The first hit recording was in 1939 by Hal Kemp and His Orchestra (vocal by Bob Allen). Savannah Churchill – recorded on December 26, 1951 for RCA Victor (catalog No. 20-4773). Jack Sheldon – Jack Sheldon Sings (1992).
Don't worry 'bout me I'll get along Forget about me Just be happy my love. Let's say that our little show is over And so the story ends Why not call it a day the sensible way And still be friends. Look out for yourself That should be the rule Give your heart and your love To whomever you love Darlin' don't be a fool.
Don't Worry 'bout Me. East of the Sun (West Side of the Moon). I just love you, love you, and I'll tell you once again. Я просто люблю тебя, люблю тебя, и я повторю тебе ещё раз: I don't know why I love you like I do. Я не знаю, почему я так люблю тебя. I don't know why; I just do.
Lyrics to Don't Worry 'Bout Me by Joni Mitchell from the Both Sides Now album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more! . In 1965 she moved to the United States and, touring constantly, began to be recognized when her original songs ("Urge for Going," "Chelsea Morning," "Both Sides, Now," "The Circle Game") were covered by notable folk singers, allowing her to sign with Reprise Records and record her own debut album in 1968.
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|A||When Can We Do This Again
Songwriter – Curly Putman, Sonny Throckmorton
|B||Jenny, Don't Worry 'Bout The Kid
Songwriter – Curly Putman, Sterling Whipple
- Producer – Jack Gilmer, T.G. Sheppard
|WBS 8593||T.G. Sheppard||When Can We Do This Again (7", Single)||Warner Bros. Records||WBS 8593||New Zealand||1978|
|WBS 8593||T.G. Sheppard||When Can We Do This Again (7", Mono, Promo)||Warner Bros. Records||WBS 8593||US||1978|