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Lucille Mathis - Am I Asking Too Much / I'm Not Your Regular Woman album flac

Lucille Mathis - Am I Asking Too Much / I'm Not Your Regular Woman album flac Performer: Lucille Mathis
Title: Am I Asking Too Much / I'm Not Your Regular Woman
Style: Soul
Released: 1968
Country: US
MP3 album: 1733 mb
FLAC album: 1686 mb
Rating: 4.5
Other formats: AU VQF VOX VOC ADX WMA TTA
Genre: Funk and Soul

A Am I Asking Too Much. B I'm Not Your Regular Woman 1:58. Written-By – Ted Jarrett. Am I Asking Too Much, I'm Not Your Regular Woman (7", Single, Promo). Label Category Country Year.

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Im Not Your Regular Woman is a floorshaking cover up version of Lucille Mathis sister funk classic and serves as a good introduction of what youll have to expect from the debut full length: 60s pure dynamite sound! The flip, Be Ma Fela showcases an afro instrumental stormer by her powerful Groovelvets that the Black President himself would be proud of. The final result makes it a party starter 45 essential for all djs and funk & soul lovers. Tracks: A1: I'm Not Your Regular Woman B1: Be Ma Fela.

armiesnet taekook vkook jungkook taehyung gif I NEED IT LIKE LEMME HEAR THEIR VOICES HARMONIZING TOGETHER AM I ASKING TOO MUCH (also i'm not exactly sure if that's what tae says to guk but i'm pretty sure that's the gist of it). 1,625 notes. If you were to break down each song into it’s raw form, aside from a few songs, it probably wouldn’t flow right as an album. it’s poetic in nature. It’s very fitting that she included poems in the magazines. the album feels like a diary of stuff she needed to get out of her system and that makes sense but she did it with less of a structured chorus and made up for it with beats. It pops the fuck off so like, it worked. But I wonder if that’s what she meant when she said she’s ready to make normal songs again. I am asking too much of you. But I don’t know what to ask the perpetrators. Sorry’ won’t bring back any lives.

That's What Friends Are For is an album by American singers Johnny Mathis and Deniece Williams that was released in July 1978 by Columbia Records. The project was a continuation of the pairing of the artists that began on his previous LP, You Light Up My Life, which included "Too Much, Too Little, Too Late", the duet that was on its way to number one on three different charts in Billboard magazine as the recording sessions for this album got underway.

I'm not your regular woman You keep me in to do your day work I'm just a little girl that loves you employed to do your day work say my name,? blow and cooking you good thanks to me when you come home change your clothes, just stop by and then the streets you don't really love me you just.

Yes you are asking for too much. but I also sense your reluctance to make an effort in aiding a person's self development  . Is he interested in what I am saying? can he sense my happiness or distress? can he cheer me up when I'm down? does he love me for who i am and not just my achievements? will he be there for me through thick and thin? is he emotionally intelligent? does he resent me or cherish me? and if he is deficient.

Lyrics to "Too Much To Ask" song by Avril Lavigne: Its the first time I ever felt this lonely I wish someone could cure this pain Its funny when you t. .Everytime I try to make you smile You're always feeling sorry for yourself Everytime I try to make you laugh You can't Youre too tough You think you're loveless Is that too much that I'm asking for? I thought you'd come around when I ignored you So I thought you'd have the decency to change But babe, I guess you didn't take that warning 'Cause I'm not about to look at your face again. Can't you see that you lie to yourself You can't see the world through a mirror It wont be too late when the smoke clears 'Cause I, I am still here

Tracklist

A Am I Asking Too Much 2:30
B I'm Not Your Regular Woman 1:58

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Nashboro Record Co.
  • Published By – Ralston Music

Credits

  • Written-By – Ted Jarrett

Notes

A & B: Ralston Music - BMI. A Rogana Production

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
9427 Lucille Mathis Am I Asking Too Much / I'm Not Your Regular Woman ‎(7") Abet 9427 US 1968