Prince - I Could Never Take The Place Of Your Man album FLAC
I Could Never Take the Place of Your Man" is a song written and recorded by American musician Prince. It was released as the final single from his ninth studio album Sign o' the Times (1987). It was originally recorded in his home studio in 1982 and has since been covered by numerous artists. The song was brought out of the vault and updated for Prince's unreleased Dream Factory final album with The Revolution.
It was only last June when her old man ran away She couldn't stop crying cause she knew he was gone to stay It was 10:35 on a lonely friday night She was standin' by the bar Hmm, she was lookin' alright, yeah I asked if she wanted to dance And she said all she wanted was a good. man And wanted to know if I thought I was qualified, yeah
Only last June when her old man ran away She couldn't stop crying cause she knew he was gone to stay 10:35 on a lonely Friday night She was standing by the fire and ooh she was looking alright. I asked her if she wanted to dance And she said that All she wanted was a good man And wanted to know If I thought I was qualified
Producer, Arranged By, Composed By, Performer – Prince. I Could Never Take The Place Of Your Man" and "Hot Thing" from the double album SIGN "☮" THE TIMES on Paisley Park Records (92-5771/4). Records Inc. for the . Matrix, Runout (Side A): 92 82887 A1. Matrix, Runout (Side B): 92 82887 B1. Other Versions (5 of 27) View All. Cat.
I Could Never Take The Place Of Your Man b/w Hot Thing. Hot Thing (promo only) b/w Hot Thing. Sign O'The Times (Sheet Music). Sign O' The Times (Tour). were skeptical about releasing a triple album, and Prince removed seven of the 22 tracks and recorded the radio-friendly U Got The Look, completing the album on 15 January 1987 with the recording of an introductory piece acting as a segue from Sign O' The Times to Play In The Sunshine. The album produced four d singles, Sign O' The Times (which preceded the album), If I Was Your Girlfriend, U Got The Look and I Could Never Take The Place Of Your Man, as well as one promotional release, Hot Thing.
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