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The Left Banke. She may call you up tonight.

noviembre 9, 2009


Canción.

Nombre: She may call you up tonight.

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Letra:

I’ve been telling lines, I never knew, all to keep that girl away from you, but she may call you up tonight, then what could I say that would sound right. Thoughts that raised my mind, just pushed aside, all the chances there, that we once had, but she may call you up tonight, then what could I say that would sound right. And when I’m crying, yes I know my mind is flying, to a place where there’s no trying, but she may call you up tonight.

I’ve been telling lines, I never knew, all to keep that girl, away from you, but she may call you up tonight, then what could I say that would sound right. But she may call you up tonight, then what could I say, that would sound right, then what could I say that would sound right.

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Músicos: George Cameron, Tom Finn, Rick Brand, Jeff Winfield, Steve Martin y Michael Brown (The Left Banke).

Procedencia: Nueva York, Estados Unidos.

Escrita por: Michael Brown (The Left Banke).

Producida por: Harry Lookofsky (padre de Michael Brown) y Michael Brown (The Left Banke).

Biografía (Aloha Pop Rock).

Biografía (Inglés) (Wikipedia).

Disco: Walk Away Renée/Pretty Ballerina.

Año: 1967 (Smash).

Género: Pop Barroco.

Crítica (Aloha Pop Rock).

Crítica (Wikipedia).

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