Tim Morgon - This Is Where I Came In / Lover's Hymn mp3 album
This Is Where I Came In" is a song by the Bee Gees. It was the only single from their final album and was featured as the last song performed on the live Bee Gees 1997 PBS special One Night Only before the album release of This Is Where I Came In as an "experimental" song at that time the song was titled "This Is Just (Where I Came In)" before being changed and shortened to the current song title, "This Is Where I Came In", released in 2001. The song was written by Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb
The album's title and opening song instantly recalls the Beatles in their later years, and combines late-'60s British rock with crafty funk guitar playing. It's no wonder, too; according to the album's accompanying press, Maurice Gibb plays an acoustic guitar given to him by John Lennon on this song. The Bee Gees offer a nod to other musicians, as well, such as the Talking Heads and the Kinks on "She Keeps on Coming," which is an entirely jubilant listen
Ohh, ohh, ohh This is just where I came in. Fade into color, color into black and white Under the bedclothes everything will be alright I know that you know nothing ever stays the same Said so, I said so love will never speak it's name.
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This Is Where I Came In is the twenty-second and final studio album by the English pop group the Bee Gees. It was released on 24 April 2001 by Polydor in the UK and Universal in the US, just less than two years before Maurice Gibb's unexpected death from a cardiac arrest before surgery to repair a twisted intestine.
Performer: Bee Gees Album: This Is Where I Came In Label: Polydor. Tracklist: - 01. Bee Gees - This Is Where I Came In 02. Bee Gees - Just In Case 03. Bee Gees - I Will Be There - Total time.
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