Diane Lawrence - I Won't Hang Around Like A Hound Dog / Read It Over mp3 album
- Performer: Diane Lawrence
- Title: I Won't Hang Around Like A Hound Dog / Read It Over
- Genre: Reggae
- Formats: MMF TTA AAC AHX MIDI FLAC DTS
- Released: 1967
- Style: Rocksteady
- MP3 album: 1262 mb
- FLAC album: 1514 mb
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 782
Over the Hills and Far Away" is a traditional British song, dating back to at least the late 17th century. One version was published in Thomas D'Urfey's Wit and Mirth, or Pills to Purge Melancholy; a very different one appeared in George Farquhar's 1706 play The Recruiting Officer. A version also appears in John Gay's The Beggar's Opera of 1728. The words have changed over the years, as can be seen in the versions below. The only consistent element in early versions is the title line and the tune.
Hound Dog sat in because it was a jam. Everybody sat it, except that they had two rather bad musicians that they paid to keep kind of a rhythm section together. I went down there around February and my whole concept of Hound Dog Taylor got turned around. I saw him in a band with Brewer Philips on second guitar and Ted Harvey on drums, with their equipment on the floor, no bandstand- they moved a table out of the bar. They played for three hours straight. Hound Dog was incredibly proud. He was just thrilled about the whole thing. To make an album, to see his picture on it, to have people come up to him and ask him to autograph it. He was sitting on top of the world. He was flabbergasted when I paid him royalties.
Lyrics to "Hound Dog" song by Elvis Presley: You ain't nothin' but a hound dog Cryin' all the time You ain't nothin' but a hound dog Cryin' all . .The Latin riff that was used in "Hound Dog" was known as "Habanera rhythm", that is a Spanish and African-American musical beat form. Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller haven't praised Elvis Presley's version of their song. Leiber, in particular, told on the UK show Songbook, "It was a song that had to do with obliterated romance. And 'you ain't caught a rabbit, and you ain't no friend of mine' is inane. It doesn't mean anything to m.
Over is the sixth studio album by the English singer and songwriter Peter Hammill, released on Charisma Records in April 1977. It was issued for the first time on CD on Virgin Records in the early 1990s, and was reissued again in a remastered version in 2006 with bonus tracks. The album details the break-up of a long-term relationship with a woman known as Alice.
I never know when you're gonna show your face. I sit at home and wait for you to call. I lose my mind imagining your embrace. But when you're gone do you think of me at all. How'm I gonna pet you, how'm I gonna shove you. I know I'll never get you, but baby I know how to love you. How I gonna do it, how I gonna prove.
They lean over so far that their mammaries hang down on either side of the receiver's face, making them look like a hound dog. I hate having sex with Vicki. When she uses the strap-on from behind, it's an automatic Hound Dog. She needs to keep those things contained! My ears are so bruised today. by NuttyByNature2 September 22, 2014. 13. 11. Get a Hound Dog mug for your mom Riley.
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