Eurythmics - Missionary Man mp3 album
Missionary Man" is a song by the British pop music duo Eurythmics. It was taken from their sixth album, Revenge, and continued the band's rock/R&B musical style of the time and featured Jimmy Zavala on harmonica and Joniece Jamison on back-up vocals
Missionary Man Lyrics. Well I was born an original sinner I was born from original sin And if I had a dollar bill for all the things I've done There'd be a mountain of money piled up to my chin. My mother told me good, my mother told me strong She said, be true to yourself and you can't go wrong But there's just one thing that you must understand You can fool with your brother But don't mess with a missionary man Don't mess with a missionary man Don't mess with a missionary man Don't mess. Oh, the missionary man, he's got God on his side He's got the saints and apostles backing up from behind Black eyed looks from those Bible books He's a man with a mission, got a serious mind There was a woman in the jungle and a monkey on a tree The missionary man, he was following me He said, stop. what you're doing, get down upon your knees I've a message for you that you better believe.
'Missionary Man' had to do with my slight dabbling with Hare Krishna," Lennox told Q in 1991. They're very similar to other fundamentalist religions, like Hasidic Jews; they want to go back to the old days, family values, us and them. And some of these values are very good. Hare Krishna is an extreme-looking cult and that attracted me. I like that they dared, that they didn't care what society thinks - I think Western society is really f-ked up - and just wanted to do what's right for them. But you have to beware of people giving you answers to everything.
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Missionary Man" is a song by the British pop music duo Eurythmics. It was more successful in the United States, where it was the first single to be taken from the album and peaked at number 14 on the Billboard Hot 100 (becoming their last main US Top 20 hit to date). It also made the Top 10 of the Billboard
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- Published By – Red Network Music
- Published By – RCA Music Ltd.
- Pressed By – RCA Records Pressing Plant, Indianapolis
- Producer – David A. Stewart
- Written-By – Lennox*, Stewart*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BMI
- Matrix / Runout (Label A): PB-14414-A
- Matrix / Runout (Label B): PB-14414-B
- Pressing Plant ID (Stamped in runouts): I
|PD-14409||Eurythmics||Missionary Man (12")||RCA Victor, RCA||PD-14409||US||1986|
|DA 10||Eurythmics||Missionary Man (7")||RCA||DA 10||UK||1987|
|PB 41177||Eurythmics||Missionary Man (7", Single)||RCA||PB 41177||Europe||1987|
|104592||Eurythmics||Missionary Man (7", Single, Bro)||RCA Victor||104592||Australia & New Zealand||1986|
|JR-14389||Eurythmics||Missionary Man (12", Promo)||RCA||JR-14389||US||1986|