The Masters Children - Can You Hear Me Lord / Meet The Devil mp3 album
Papa, Can You Hear Me?" is a 1983 song composed by Michel Legrand with lyrics by Alan Bergman and Marilyn Bergman, for Barbra Streisand in the title role of Yentl. The song was nominated for Best Original Song at the 56th Academy Awards; Streisand's longtime friend Donna Summer performed it during the ceremonies. The song peaked at Billboard's Adult Contemporary.
The Devil You Know is the only studio album from heavy metal band Heaven & Hell; the members had previously recorded as a group in an earlier line-up of Black Sabbath. The Devil You Know was Ronnie James Dio's final studio appearance prior to his death in May 2010. The album's US import was released in Japan on 24 April 2009, four days earlier than its original due date of 28 April. The Japan domestic pressing which is a SHM-CD (Super High Material CD) was released on 27 April
Don't you see me down here praying? But the Lord said, "Go to the devil" The Lord said, "Go to the devil" He said, "Go to the devil" All on that day. So I ran to the devil, he was waiting I ran to the devil, he was waiting Ran to the devil, he was waiting All on that day. I cried, power (Power to the Lord) Power (Power to the Lord) Power (Power to the Lord) Power. Bring down (Power to the Lord) Bring down (Power to the Lord) Bring down (Power to the Lord) Bring down (Power to the Lord)
The third Iron Maiden album is pure devil-slathered gold. A true classic, the entire album is a heavy metal bulldozer and nowhere is that more evident than on the title track. Bible thumpers were sent running for the hills with lyrics like "The ritual has begun, Satan's work is done. But fear not, dear friends, the only spells our heroes were casting were of the musical variety. You just have to know how to put them together properly, and few have done so as wonderfully as the Rolling Stones. As near perfect a record as you can get, 'Sympathy' works on all levels. The mood captured is pure gold, the playing is stellar, and the lyrics flawless. It's hard to conceive how Mick Jagger went from "I was 'round when Jesus Christ had his moment of doubt and pain" to "She's so cold like an ice cream cone" in just over a decade.
Children have the complexity, nuance and depth of adults-it’s only our memory of childhood, which is simple and sentimental. When I was starting to create the Age Of Man series, I was primarily interested in taking children seriously, avoiding condescension and not sentimentalizing their experiences. In fact, that is probably the one detail most emblematic of the album title. The photograph was taken in 2003, and the album was released in 2006. How did the band come across the image? What did they say when they asked if the image could be used for the album? I don’t know specifically how the band first came to see the image.
Can you hear me praying, Anything I'm saying, Even though the night is filled with voices? I remember ev'rything you taught me Ev'ry book I've ever read. Can all the words in all the books Help me to face what lies ahead? The trees are so much taller And I feel so much smaller. Papa Can You Hear Me?" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.
You Only Hear What You Want to Hear (Krondes, John) · Do You Hear What I Hear (Do-Re-Mi Children's Chorus) · Do You Hear What I Hear? . And everything they tell you Believe in me, I'm with the high command Can you hear me, can you hear me running? Can you hear me running, can you hear me calling. Lord, help me out I'd take my life but I'm in doubt Just where my soul will lie deep in the earth or way up in the sky. Lord, can you hear me. Sister Midnight. All the Children Are Drunk.
There's not a word for what I want to do to you. Не найдется такого слова, которым можно описать, почему я хочу иметь с тобой дело. You and me and the devil makes 3. Ты, я и дьявол - итого нас трое. You and me. Ты и я.
|Can You Hear Me Lord||3:35|
|Meet The Devil||2:49|
|ZS7 5001||The Masters Children*||Can You Hear Me Lord / Meet The Devil (7", Single)||Great Western Gramophone||ZS7 5001||US||1972|
|ZS7 5001||The Masters Children*||Can You Hear Me Lord (7", Mono, Promo)||Great Western Gramophone||ZS7 5001||US||1972|
|RTS 254||The Masters Children*||Can You Hear Me Lord (7", Promo, RE)||Retreat Records||RTS 254||UK||1973|