Grant's Blueboys - If I Were A Carpenter / Love Is Such A Game album FLAC
- Performer: Grant's Blueboys
- Title: If I Were A Carpenter / Love Is Such A Game
- Genre: Rock
- Formats: WMA TTA MIDI APE AIFF RA ADX
- Released: 1969
- Style: Psychedelic Rock
- MP3 album: 1415 mb
- FLAC album: 1133 mb
- Rating: 4.1/5
- Votes: 525
If I Were a Carpenter is a 1994 tribute album to The Carpenters. It features alternative rock bands covering the songs of Richard and Karen Carpenter. The cover is a cartoon-like drawing of Richard and Karen Carpenter listening to an LP album against an orange background. Richard Carpenter has said that he doesn't "care for" the version of "Superstar" by Sonic Youth. The album was the brainchild of Matt Wallace (Maroon 5, Replacements, Faith No More) and David Konjoyan.
If I Were a Carpenter" is a song written by Tim Hardin. Hardin's own recording of the piece appeared on his 1967 album Tim Hardin 2. It was one of two songs from that release (the other being "'Misty Roses") performed by Hardin at Woodstock in 1969. The song has been covered a number of times by other artists. In 1966, it was a Top Ten hit for Bobby Darin, reaching number 8 on the Billboard Hot 100. Bobby Darin also had an album If I Were A Carpenter, which contained the song.
Grant's Blueboys's lyrics & chords. 1. love is such a game. 2. if i were a carpenter.
If I Were a Carpenter is a 1994 tribute album to The Carpenters. The cover is a cartoon-like drawing of Richard and Karen Carpenter listening to an LP album against an orange background The album was the brainchild of Matt Wallace (Maroon 5, Replacements, Faith No More) and David Konjoyan. American Music Club - "Goodbye to Love" (3:12).
Read or print original If I Were A Carpenter lyrics 2019 updated!, If I was a carpenter, And you were a lady, Would you marry. Could ya stand the losses? Of lovin' a carpenter And being a lady And takin' a chance on me Just to be my baby? Save my love through loneliness Save my love through sorrow, yeah I'll give you my onliness If you'd only give me tomorrow. And if I was Jesus And I built some crosses Could you see the future? Could stand the losses Of lovin' a carpenter And being a lady? Would ya take a chance on me? Would ya be my baby? Come take a chance on me Won't you come away with me Come take a chance on me Won't you be my baby?. Hardin's recording appeared on his 1967 album Tim Hardin 2. It was a Top Ten hit for Bobby Darin in 1966, reaching number 8 in the US (Darin returned the favour three years later, when he wrote "Simple Song of Freedom" for Hardin, which went top ten in the US that year). If I Were a Carpenter" is a song written by Tim Hardin.
If I Were a Carpenter is an album by American singer Bobby Darin, released in 1966. It was a significant change in direction for Darin considering his previous album (In a Broadway Bag) was a collection of show tunes. In 1966, he charted with folksinger Tim Hardin's "If I Were a Carpenter". It was Darin's return to the Top 10 after a four-year absence (the single peaked at No. 8 in the US and No. 9 in the UK in 1966). The tracks leaned heavily towards songs by Hardin and John Sebastian - seven of the songs were written by these two songwriters and Darin's next album would follow a similar process. The song "Red Balloon" had not yet been released by Hardin.
If you were a carpenter, and I were a lady, I’d marry you anyway- I’d have your baby. Loneliness Is such a sad affair And I can hardly wait To be with you again What to say To make you come again Come back to me again And play your sad guitar. I love this song as it is one adorable/talented band covering one of the most adorable/talented bands of all time–the Carpenters! furiousk.
If I were a carpenter And you were a lady Would you marry me anyway? Would you have my baby? If a tinker were my trade Would you still find me? Carrying the pots I made Follow close behind me Save your love through loneliness Save my love for sorrows I've given you my oiliness Please, give me your tomorrows If I were a miller At a mill wheel grinding Would you miss your colored blouse And your soft shoes shining? If I were much poorer Than you seemed to see me, babe Could you have been sure That I could really be me?.
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