|4||(He Placed On Her Left Hand A) Golden Ring|
|5||(Ain't There No) Fiddles In Austin|
|6||(Unless There's An) Easy Way Out|
|7||Eye To Eye With A Fool|
|8||Lonely Whistles Blow|
|9||Long Way Back To The Bandstand|
|10||When She Does Me Right, She Does You Wrong|
|11||Write A New Song|
I Love You Because" is a song written and recorded by country music singer and songwriter Leon Payne in 1949. The song has been covered by several artists throughout the years, including hit cover versions by Al Martino in 1963 and Jim Reeves in 1964.
The Long Way Home is the debut studio album by English rappers Krept and Konan. Originally scheduled for release on 6 July 2015, the album was released a day early on 5 July 2015 by Play Dirty, Virgin EMI and Def Jam. The album features guest appearances from British singers Emeli Sandé, Rebecca Garton and Ed Sheeran, American singer Jeremih, American rappers Rick Ross, YG and Wiz Khalifa, British rapper Skepta and Derrick Morgan
Bandstand is an original musical composed by Richard Oberacker with book and lyrics by Oberacker and Robert Taylor.
Live at the Bandstand, Southsea, United Kingdom. Now that’s how you finish the Bandstand season, massive thanks to everyone that came. What an amazing audience. RIP Portsmouth’s legendary DJ RAY ANDREWS.
It's a forgotten album in Jones ' catalog - and Leon Payne 's reputation has faded somewhat in the decades following his death - but that doesn't change the fact that The Great Songs of Leon Payne is one of his best records of the '60s.
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Freda Payne is the older sister of Scherrie Payne, the final lead singer of The Supremes. nd wrote many of The Supremes' hits. I really have enjoyed it my whole life. But this song has a history for me. I remember this song back when I was a kid, and years later I was working at a bakery wilth a fellow worker, and a friendly arguement started between us when we heard it played at work. He remembered very clearly that he was just out of High school when he heard the song played(1969 or so), and I said it had to be some years earlier (about 1966 or so)that I heard it as a teen.