Squeeze - Take Me, I'm Yours / Up The Junction mp3 album
Up the Junction" was the third single released from Squeeze's second album, Cool for Cats, sung by Glenn Tilbrook. It is one of the band's most popular and well-remembered songs (especially in the UK), and reached number 2 on the UK Singles Chart, the same position as its predecessor, "Cool for Cats". Up the Junction is also the name of a collection of short stories by Nell Dunn, first published in 1963
Take Me I'm Yours" Released: 5 February 1978. Bang Bang" Released: May 1978. Squeeze is the self-titled debut album released by British group Squeeze. The album title was simply Squeeze in the United Kingdom, but in the United States, Canada, Australia and other countries the album, like the band, was marketed under the name . Squeeze to avoid confusion with similarly-named American and Australian groups. According to an interview with Bud Scoppa, Difford found the process of working with their producer John Cale to be challenging: "I remember, he came up and said, 'Lyrically, you’re quite soft; have you ever thought about writin’ about musclemen?' I said, 'That’s never occurred to me, actually. And he said, 'Well, go away and do it – I wanna see songs like that on the album. So my perception of what the band was at that point was completely different from the way he saw it, obviously.
I never thought it would happen With me and the girl from clapham Out on a windy common That night i ain't forgotten When she dealt out the rations With some or other passions I said you are a lady Perhaps she said i may be We moved into a basement With thoughts of our engagement We stayed in by the telly
Lyrics to Up the Junction by Squeeze from the Big Squeeze: The Very Best of Squeeze album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more! . I never thought it would happen With me and the girl from Clapham Out on the windy common That night I ain't forgotten When she dealt out the rations With some or other passions I said "you are a lady" "Perhaps" she said
Album: Singles - 45's And Under. And now she's two years older Her mother's with a soldier She left me when my drinking Became a proper stinging The devil came and took me From bar to street to bookie No more nights by the telly No more nights nappies smelling.
Take me Love me Right now baby Why won't you pull me close to you Good loving, good loving, I know baby Oh love will see me through Right now, right now, I need you baby Your loving is so good to me yeah Why won't you take me right now Right now I want you baby . Take Me I’m Yours" Track Info. Release Date January 1, 1980.
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|OG 9364||Squeeze||Take Me, I'm Yours / Up The Junction (7", Single, RE)||Old Gold||OG 9364||UK||Unknown|
|OG 9364||Squeeze||Take Me, I'm Yours / Up The Junction (7", RE)||Old Gold||OG 9364||UK||Unknown|