Joe Simon - Looking Back album
Album: Joe Simon Selected Hits Vol. 1, 2006. Looking back by Joe Simon 1968. Survivor - Eye Of The Tiger Rockopa.
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View all Joe Simon Lyrics. Looking back over my life I can see where I caused you strife. But I know, oh, yes, I know I'd never make that Same mistake again. Looking back over my deeds I can see signs A wise man heeds. And if I just had the chance I'd never make that Same mistake again. Once, my cup was overflowing But I gave nothing in return Now I can't begin to tell you What a lesson I have learned. Looking back over the slate I can see love turned to hate. Most visited Joe Simon lyrics
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And I'll wait, here for the answer That you'll come back, come back I pray For if you stayed, away another hour Find more lyrics at ※ Mojim. com Well I don't think I could last another day. While the choir sings hallaluyah I was singing with all my heart Darling please, come back and never leave me again And this will be an answer to my prayer. Umm, umm, umm, um-hm Umm, umm, umm, um-hm Umm, umm, umm, um-hm. In The Safety Zone(Provided) 2. aby, Don't Be Looking In My Mind(Provided) 2. on't Let Me Lose The Feeling(Provided) 2. onely Man(Provided) 2. elp Yourself (To All Of My Lovin)(Provided) 2. an Francisco Is A Lonely Town(Provided) 2. t's Hard To Get Along(Provided) 2. oon Walk - Parts 1 And 2(Provided) 3. ounded.
Looking Back, also later known as Anthology, is a triple LP anthology by American soul musician Stevie Wonder, released in 1977 on Motown Records. The album chronicles 40 songs from Wonder's first Motown period, which precedes the classic period of his critically acclaimed albums.
Next up from Real Gone is Joe Simon’s Step-By-Step: The Complete Pop Hits. This 2-CD, 35-track set gathers up all of Simon’s hits on the Billboard Pop chart. That same year, Simon moved to Polydor-distributed label Spring Records where he teamed with Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff. His hits with them included 1971’s Drowning In a Sea of Love (No. 11 Pop/.3 R&B) and 1972’s Power of Love (No. 11 Pop/No. The next year, Simon wrote and performed the title song to the Warner Bros. film Cleopatra Jones, which hit the Top 20 of Pop chart. His biggest hit on that chart came with 1975’s No. 8 hit Get Down, Get Down (Get On The Floor), which he co-wrote with Raeford Gerald.
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