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8 thoughts on “ Return Of Yet I - The Woodshed - Forty Miles Of Rough Road (CD, Album)

  1. We'll be many miles apart C G Don't this road look rough and rocky D7 Don't that sea look wide and deep G C G Don't my baby look the sweetest D7 G When she's in my arms asleep C G Can't you hear the night birds crying D7 Far across the deep blue sea G C G.
  2. Dec 06,  · The year on record. Rather than grand statements, was a year of quiet revolutions and insurgent messages that realigned the status quo. As such, some of the most powerful came veiled in complexity, like SOPHIE’s Oil of Every Pearl’s Un-Insides or Fatima’s And Yet It’s All Love.. Both also tapped into a frequent concern among this year’s selection, as artists sought to navigate.
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  4. Jul 28,  · Unlike many of her peers who cover travel, particularly through the lens of points and miles, Walker’s introduction to travel occurred via cross-country roadtrips with her family.
  5. G C G Darling, I have come to tell you D Though it almost breaks my heart G C G That before the morning, darling D G We'll be many miles apart chorus C G Don't this road look rough and rocky D Don't that sea look wide and deep G C G Don't my baby look the sweetest D G when she's in my arms asleep same chord as first verse Don't you hear the nightbirds calling Far across the deep blue sea?
  6. Released by Maverick Records in the United States on February 26, and in the United Kingdom a day earlier (see in music), it was the first album Morissette had written and produced all .
  7. We'll be many miles apart Don't this road look rough and rocky Don't that sea look wide and deep Don't my baby look the sweetest When he's in my arms asleep Can't you hear the nightbird's cryin' Far across the deep blue sea While others you are thinking Won't you sometimes think of me Don't this road look rough and rocky Don't that sea look.
  8. On the title tune and Montgomery's "Road Song," Martino dances through the changes with the commanding intensity of horn giants such as Coltrane or Clifford Brown. Yet the standout tracks are a pair of deeply moving ballads ("What Are You Doing with the Rest of Your Life" and "How Insensitive"), where Martino evokes Montgomery's spirit by /5(20).

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