Linda Lewis - Why Can't I Be The Other Woman mp3 album
Tell me why Why can't I be the other woman? Why can't I be the other woman in your life? Tell me why Can't I be the other woman in your life? And I've made my vows to you, too Yes, I've broken quite a few Didn't say that I have been true But I was oh so lonely and so blue I was a fool to do the same to you. Let's not make promises we can't keep They're only words and words can be weak Let's start over like we used to be Make me your fantasy The other woman in your life And you can treat that girl Treat her like a wife can't I be the other woman? . Linda Lewis - A Tear and a Smile Album Lyrics. 1. (Close the Door) Take Your Heart.
Linda Lewis - Lark They brought babiesHanging on the blackberry bushShush, and you will have your beginningBoys and girls. Linda Lewis - You Don't Know What You're Missing So you're passing me byAnother girl has caught your eyeWell, wherever she isDo you think it could. Linda Lewis - Hymn I can hear Him callingCalling a dawn chorusEvery bird song is beckoning usTakes the power of His loveIn. Let's not make promises we can't keep There only words and words can be weak Let's start over like we used to be Make me your fantasy, The other woman in your life And you can treat that girl, treat her like a wife. Why can't I be the other woman? Why can't I be the other woman in your life? Tell me why Can't I be the other woman in your life?
Linda Lewis (born Linda Ann Fredericks, 27 September 1950, West Ham, Essex, England) is an English vocalist, songwriter and guitarist. Lewis is the oldest of six children, three of whom also had singing careers. She is best known for the singles "Rock-a-Doodle-Doo" (1972), "Sideway Shuffle" (1973), and her version of Betty Everett's "Shoop Shoop Song (It's in His Kiss)" (1975) albums such as Lark (1972), Not a Little Girl Anymore (1975) and Woman Overboard (1977), and the later Second Nature (1995 . producer: Jim Cregan, Linda Lewis Raft 18505 B-side "On the Stage" (album Fathoms Deep). Why Can't I Be the Other Woman.
Self-penned, "A Tear and a Smile" finds Lewis running without any flaws at all. That just leaves room (and barely!) for "Why Can't I Be the Other Woman," a duet between Lewis and Luther Vandross. His silky soul provides a delicious accompaniment to her own indefatigable style, while Gwen Guthrie adds her voice to the background to amplify the mood even further.
Not a Little Girl Anymore is a studio album by English singer Linda Lewis, first released in 1975. It was Lewis’ fourth album and it peaked at number 40 in the UK album chart. The album features, along with the lighter songs such as the cover of Cat Steven’s "(Remember the Days of) The Old School Yard" and the gentle pastiche "My Grandaddy Could Reggae", more sultry numbers such as "This Time I’ll be Sweeter" and "It's in His Kiss".
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Why Can't I Be The Other Woman" - (Linda Lewis, Toni Attell). Sweet Heartache" - (Linda Lewis). I Can't Get Enough" - (Linda Lewis). 2012 Re-master cd bonus tracks. Come On Back" - (Linda Lewis). I Can Take It" - (Linda Lewis, Bill Amesbury). Class/Style (I've Got It)" (12" groove mix) - (D McGarry, D Parton, L Hunt). You Turned My Bitter Into Sweet" - (Pipkin, Pipkin, Gordan). Class/Style (I've Got It)" (single version) - (D McGarry, D Parton, L Hunt).
Tonight stay somewhere warm, they say it's gonna freeze You may not find a place at all, so be sure and take your keys I can almost taste the silence now Does it really matter still, Who was wrong, who let who down . Why Can't I Be The Other Woman Linda Lewis. La Vie En Rose Donna Summer. Linda Lewis - Popüler Albümleri. Reach For The Truth: Best Of The Reprise Years 1971-1974 Linda Lewis. Say No More Linda Lewis. Fathoms Deep Linda Lewis.
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|KRL A 2860, KRLA 2860||Linda Lewis||Why Can't I Be The Other Woman (7")||Kaleidoscope Records Limited, Kaleidoscope Records Limited||KRL A 2860, KRLA 2860||UK||1982|
|KRLA 2860||Linda Lewis||Why Can't I Be The Other Woman (7", Single, Promo)||Kaleidoscope Records Limited||KRLA 2860||UK||1982|