Artist: Chuck Wright. Album: Pure Nostalgia. Chuck Wright: best 2 tracks. Chuck Wright - Love I Won't Be Your Fool Anymore Promised Land: Soul & R&B in Europe, Vol. 2, 2013 02:58. Chuck Wright - Love, I Won't Be Your Fool Anymore Backline, Vol. 388, 2018 02:57. Artist: Chuck Wright.
Love I Won't Be Your Fool Anymore.
I Need Your Love So Bad. 3:35. 4. Tonight's the Night (It's Gonna Be Alright). 5. Ain't No Sunshine When She's Gone. 6. If I Don't Get Involved. I Just Won't Be Your Fool Anymore. 9. The Truth Will Set You Free. 10. Get Your Money Where You Spend Your Time.
I DON’T LOVE YOU ANYMORE is seemingly about Tyler no longer being in love with this person and finally getting over him, but it’s actually Tyler just pretending and lying to himself, because he was hurt. He does this a few times on the album; The track PUPPET ends with the lines: But at some point, you come to your senses. The following track on the album (WHAT’S GOOD) ends with: I don’t know what’s harder, letting go or just being okay with it. This shows us that even though he seemingly came to his senses and is now okay, he was just pretending and still can’t let go of this person.
Chuck Berry singles chronology. Too Much Monkey Business" (1956). You Can't Catch Me" (1956). You Can't Catch Me" is a song written and recorded by Chuck Berry, released as a single in 1956. Cover versions of the song were also recorded by Sleepy LaBeef for a 1963 single, by The Rolling Stones for their 1965 album The Rolling Stones No. 2, by The Blues Project for their 1966 album Projections, by Love Sculpture for their 1970 album Forms and Feelings, by George Thorogood and the Destroyers for their 1988 album Born to Be Bad, and. by Florence Rawlings for her 2009 debut album A Fool in Love. Bruce Springsteen referenced the lyric "New Jersey turnpike in the wee, wee hours" twice on his album Nebraska.