Dolly Connolly / Albert Campbell And Henry Burr - Sweet Cider Time When You Were Mine / Give A Little Credit To Your Dad mp3 album
But there were Christmases when you were mine. Но ведь были Рождественские праздники, когда ты был моим. I've been doing fine without you, really. Seems like everyone's got someone to hold. Кажется, каждому есть кого обнять. But for me it's just a lonely time, Но для меня это всего лишь период одиночества, Cause there were Christmases when you were mine. Потому что были Рождественские праздники, когда ты был моим. Merry Christmas everybody"
Dolly (5 July 1996 – 14 February 2003) was a female domestic sheep, and the first mammal cloned from an adult somatic cell, using the process of nuclear transfer. Dolly was cloned by Keith Campbell, Ian Wilmut and colleagues at the Roslin Institute, part of the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, and the biotechnology company PPL Therapeutics, based near Edinburgh. The funding for Dolly's cloning was provided by PPL Therapeutics and the Ministry of Agriculture.
She knew that Mark enjoyed learning about space but a telescope was a EXPENSIVE present than they had planned. After dinner the parents had a discussion about the present. I think we should give Mark the telescope, Dad said. But we SPEND all our savings already, Mum responded. We bought some new furniture and paid for our holidays. I think, we can, Dad smiled.
But RostHam is an equal partnership, and Leithauser reminds you why you were drawn to the Walkmen in the first place. He gives what has to be his strongest and most wide-ranging collection of vocal performances on record to date, spanning from talk-crooning to punkish howling to folk-balladeering to heavenly harmonizing to raspily brooding about as he first perfected on The Rat. Black Hours’ primary flaw was that it alternated sharply between Leithauser going Bublé in his own way and simply channeling his old band. Over the course of the album, the streets of downtown New York become littered with memories, and even the good ones hurt a little because they’re faded now. The album is drenched in this wistful feeling, the crowning achievement of which is When the Truth Is.
|–Dolly Connolly||Sweet Cider Lime When You Were Mine|
|–Albert Campbell And Henry Burr*||Give A Little Credit To Your Dad|
|A1963||Dolly Connolly / Albert Campbell And Henry Burr*||Dolly Connolly / Albert Campbell And Henry Burr* - Sweet Cider Time When You Were Mine / Give A Little Credit To Your Dad (Shellac, 10")||Columbia||A1963||USA & Canada||1916|
|A1963||Dolly Connolly / Albert Campbell And Henry Burr*||Dolly Connolly / Albert Campbell And Henry Burr* - Sweet Cider Time When You Were Mine / Give A Little Credit To Your Dad (Shellac, 10", RP)||Columbia||A1963||USA & Canada||1917|