The World We Knew - To The Wolves album FLAC
The World We Knew, also known as Frank Sinatra, is a 1967 studio album by American singer Frank Sinatra. The title track reached on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and on the Easy Listening chart in 1967, while the Frank/Nancy Sinatra duet "Somethin' Stupid" reached on both charts.
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В нашем мире грёз, Where we two were in love. Грёз взаимной любви, And every bright neon sign. Now over and over I keep going over. И вот снова и снова томит меня память. Ушедших дней, Days when you used to love me. Дней любви разделённой. Over and over I keep going over. Снова и снова томит меня память.
The World We Knew (Over and Over)" is a popular song recorded by Frank Sinatra in 1967. It is based on a composition by Bert Kaempfert, a German musician and composer. The song first appeared on Sinatra's 1967 album The World We Knew and was released as a single later that year. The World We Knew (Over and Over)" peaked at number thirty on the Bi.
Today (Dec. 6), Fuse is thrilled to premiere the band's new album Wolves that you can enjoy above, which marks their first record since 2010's The Constant. It is their most personal record thus far, digging through themes of fear, fatherhood and questioning if the band should've reunited. Along with the album stream, we spoke with frontman Dan Marsala, who broke down every song's meaning and recording process. Yeah we had all those thoughts. The Constant was in 2010 and we’d been on tour for eight or nine years constantly
You can stream the album in its entirety below. Death Dealer marks the third full-length release from the Long Island-based metal band, following up 2009's To The Wolves. The album will be released tomorrow, August 30, via BlkHeart Group. The World We Knew - 'Death Dealer' by GuitarWorld.
Now over and over I keep going over the world we knew Days when you used to love me. Over and over I keep going over the world we knew. The World We Knew (Over and Over)" Track Info. Written By Carl Sigman, Herb Rehbein & Bert Kaempfert. Sampled In. Quem é Você? by Black Alien (Ft. Luiz Melodia)
|1||To The Wolves||4:08|
|4||King Of The Ring||3:01|
|5||The Write Off||2:58|
|6||Set Your Sights||2:27|
|8||Living A Lie||3:36|
|10||Ride The Nighthawk||1:51|
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