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Barry Richards - Last Night A Heart Was Broken / What Are You, Some Kind Of Nut? album FLAC

  • Performer: Barry Richards
  • Title: Last Night A Heart Was Broken / What Are You, Some Kind Of Nut?
  • Genre: Rock / Blues / Pop
  • Released: 1961
  • Style: Rhythm & Blues
  • MP3 album: 1885 mb
  • FLAC album: 1929 mb
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 385
Barry Richards - Last Night A Heart Was Broken / What Are You, Some Kind Of Nut? album FLAC

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How Can You Mend a Broken Heart" is a song released by the Bee Gees in 1971. It was written mainly by Barry and Robin Gibb and was the lead and first single on the group's 1971 album Trafalgar. It was their first US No. 1 single and also reached No. 1 in Cashbox magazine for two weeks. In the US Atco Records issued both mono and stereo versions of the song on each side as a promo single. The B-side was a Maurice Gibb composition "Country Woman".

You find out what you are made of when you have a broken heart. If it happens early and often, all the better. Of course! It takes a lot of strength to mend a broken heart. Channelising energies into your work helps, but also to be able to accept situations for what they are instead of questioning them helps immensely. I’d rather have a broken arm than a broken heart. A broken heart is just the growing pains necessary so that you can love more completely when the real thing comes along. Crying is a way your eyes speak when your mouth can’t explain how broken your heart is. Doctoring her seemed to her as absurd as putting together the pieces of a broken vase. Her heart was broken. Why would they try to cure her with pills and powders? – Leo Tolstoy.

Very Last Moment in Time. What Are You Waiting for? Who Loves You? По популярности: Lil Nas X. Lana Del Rey (Лана Дель Рей). I am broken, but I am hoping. Я сломана, но ещё надеюсь. Дочь отцу, Daughter to father. Дочь отцу: I am crying, a part of me's dying. I wait for the postman. Жду, когда почтальон. Принесёт мне письм.

You may be asking yourselves that very question. Now, I know of course, we have to make a living, but nobody in this room thinks that that's the answer to the question, "Why do we work?" For folks in this room, the work we do is challenging, it's engaging, it's stimulating, it's meaningful. And if we're lucky, it might even be important. Workers who do this kind of work, whether they do it in factories, in call centers, or in fulfillment warehouses, do it for pay. There is certainly no other earthly reason to do what they do except for pay. So the question is, "Why?" And here's the answer: the answer is technology. Now, I know, I know - yeah, yeah, yeah, technology, automation screws people, blah blah - that's not what I mean.

A broken heart is your card, the only time you have an excuse to legitimately drink before 5pm, chain smoke like Betty Draper, dress like Helena Bonham Carter and binge watch Friday Night Lights/Ab Fab/Whatever The Hell You Want To. Love hurts, there’s no tiptoeing around it. So instead of listening to people who tell you to go to the gym and ‘look after yourself’, I recommend drinking Tequila and dancing wildly to songs that make you feel angry and alive. Given heartache is the currency of musicians, there are melodies for every emotion going – songs to cry to, laugh to,. Lyrical genius: "Did you forget about me Mr. Duplicity I hate to bug you in the middle of dinner It was a slap in the face how quickly I was replaced Are you thinking of me when you fuck her?". when you realise it's too late. It's Too Late, Carole King.

You lured me away from home just to save you from being alone, You stole my heart and that's what really hurt. Most Heartbreaking Lyric: "So since I'm not your everything (irreplaceable), How about I'll be nothing?, Nothing at all to yo. Baby I won't shed a tear for you, I won't lose a wink of sleep, Cause the truth of the matter is, replacing you is so easy". 19. "I'm Sorry" (1960) Brenda Lee.

So how do you get over a heartbreak that will most assuredly, at some point, come your way? I have come up with 15 ways to get over a broken heart. You can read the list here: 15 Ways To Get Over A Broken Heart. The list includes warnings of things to avoid and ways to move on as well as things that will help you heal. In this blog, I am expanding on steps to help you heal. The person you are sharing with is like a human crutch to help you through a time of brokenness. It’s kind of like when a guy gets hurt on the football field injuring his knee. Two of his teammates get around him and help carry him off the field. That’s what happens when you have a broken heart. When someone is there, they can help strengthen you when you hurt the most. The people who suffer the most from heartbreak are those who have no one to help them.


A Last Night A Heart Was Broken 2:56
B What Are You, Some Kind Of Nut? 2:30

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Radio Corporation Of America
  • Published By – Spanka Music Corp.


  • Producer, Arranged By, Conductor – Ray Ellis
  • Words By, Music By – Barry Richards

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (Label A): (M2PW-4826)
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B): (M2PW-4827)
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, stamped, side A): M2 PW4826 - - 3S
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, stamped, side B): M2 PW4827 - - 3S

Reviews about Barry Richards - Last Night A Heart Was Broken / What Are You, Some Kind Of Nut? (2):
I have a release that has the song titles on just single lines.
There is a reference to the Arthur Crier penned song Nag, recorded by his band by The Halos.This would reinforce the 1961 release data.

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