Crackers – The Christmas Party Album is a studio/compilation album by the British rock band Slade. It was released on 18 November 1985 and reached No. 34 in the UK charts. It was certified Gold by the BPI that same month. The album was produced by bassist Jim Lea except "All Join Hands", "Do You Believe in Miracles", "My Oh My" and "Run Runaway", which were all produced by John Punter. The album contained a mix of the band's previous hits, some re-recorded songs and a selection of covers.
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Following their 1985 studio album Rogues Gallery, Slade were approached by Telstar to create a Christmas-related party album. Alongside this new project, the band recorded a charity single, "Do You Believe in Miracles", which was released in November 1985. The single raised funds for charity, with all publishing royalties being donated equally to the Band Aid Trust and British Children in Need (. Despite receiving regular airplay on radio, the song peaked at No. 54 in the UK. In a 1988 fan club interview, Lea revealed: "Certainly a few thousand pounds have been.
UK/German cover of Do You Believe in Miracles. Miracles of Gautama Buddha - Painting of the first sermon depicted at Wat Chedi Liem in Thailand.
hear me now Oh do you believe in miracles - Just as only dreamers can Anything can work with a miracle Like a bloody minded man - Like a bloody minded man It was in the autumn of '84 going live through '85 When he made the greatest show on earth to help a country to survive Can you hear me now, hear me now. Oh do you believe in miracles - Just as only dreamers can Anything can work with a miracle Like a bloody minded man - Like a bloody minded man So your man determined, he found a course When the powers just couldn't cope Or did you ever think that old rock and roll Could give.
I do believe miracles take place. I was in 6th standard. It was our summer vacations and we had gone to Nepal. Updated Nov 6, 2016 · Author has 151 answers and 47. k answer views. Do you believe in miracles? No. I don’t believe in miracles. I believe in coincidences and in probabilities. Everything has a certain chance of happening.
D A G Em At a party there on show. verse 2. D A G A7sus4 He said "Why'd you carry on this way. D A G Em I could never go to dat". D A G A7sus4 But he had to learn he was just the same. D A G Em One step forward two steps back. Em G A Can you hear me now. D A G D Oh do you believe in miracles. D A G Em Just as only dreamers can. D A G A7sus4 And if he can work with a miracle.