Rodney Franklin - Gotta Give It Up album flac
Title: Gotta Give It Up
MP3 album: 1879 mb
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Something's Gotta Give" is a popular song with words and music by Johnny Mercer in 1954. It was published in 1955. It was written for and first performed by Fred Astaire in the 1955 musical film Daddy Long Legs, and was nominated for an Academy Award in 1955 as Best Original Song, losing to "Love is a Many Splendored Thing"
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Bonnie Raitt may have switched producers for her second album Give It Up, hiring Michael Cuscuna, but she hasn't switched her style, sticking with the thoroughly engaging blend of folk, blues, R&B, and Californian soft rock. If anything, she's strengthened her formula here, making the divisions between the genres nearly indistinguishable. Take the title track, for instance
Download and Listen Free Rodney Franklin - Skydance ZIP, RAR archives. MP3, FLAC, APE, WMA formats. Performer: Rodney Franklin Genre: Jazz, Funk, Soul Album: Skydance Released: 1985 Style: Soul-Jazz, Jazz-Funk.
Chorus: Give it up You can't win 'Cause I know where you've been Such a shame You don't put up a fight That's a game that we play At the end of the night It's the same old story But you never get it right Give it up. Come a little closer Baby, baby Come a little closer Come a little closer Baby, baby. So stop trying to walk away No you won't ever leave me behind (No) You better believe that I'm here to stay (That's right) 'Cause you're the shade and I'm the sunshine (Ooh).
The tune begins with classic All Time Low self-deprecating lyricism: "I woke up in a stranger's bed, With pins and needles in my head, And the clock ticking off the wall, I don't even know myself, I wish I could be someone else, But I don't have a clue at al. When vocalist Alex Gaskarth reaches the chorus, he's especially critical.