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Let It Be Me - Jimmy L. Webb* - Words And Music (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. There will be another song for me. For I will sing it. There will be another dream for me. Oh, someone will bring it I will drink the wine while it is warm. And never let you catch me looking at the sun. And after all the loves of my life. After all the loves of my life, you'll still be the one. Little girl.
  2. Words And Music () Sleepin' In The Daytime P.F. Sloan Love Song Careless Weed Psalm One-Five-O Music For An Unmade Movie: Song Seller Music For An Unmade Movie: Dorothy Chandler Blues Music For An Unmade Movie: Jerusalem Three Songs: Let It Be Me/Never My Love/I Wanna Be Free Once Before I Die And So: On () Met Her On A Plane All Night Show All My Love's Laughter .
  3. Mar 11,  · Words and Music, an Album by Jimmy L. Webb. Released in November on Reprise (catalog no. RS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Singer/Songwriter, Pop Rock. Featured /5(2).
  4. Words and Music is the second album by American singer-songwriter Jimmy Webb, released in by Reprise Records. This was the first album authorized by the linemibarfaimareterbigatothe.coinfo: Pop.
  5. "Wichita Lineman" is a song written by the American songwriter Jimmy Webb in It was first recorded by the American country music artist Glen Campbell with backing from members of The Wrecking Crew and was widely covered by other artists.. Campbell's version, which appeared on his album of the same name, reached number 3 on the US pop chart, remaining in the Top for .
  6. Label: Reprise Records - RS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Pop Rock, Psychedelic Rock Jimmy L. Webb* - Words And Music (, Vinyl) | Discogs 4/5(2).
  7. "Let It Be Me" is a popular song which was released in as a single by The Everly Brothers. It is the English version of a French song called "Je T'Appartiens" and written by Gilbert Bécaud and Pierre Delanoë. Manny Curtis was the writer of the English lyrics.

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