Three Dog Night Lyrics. Seven Separate Fools Album. Pieces of April (Single Version) Lyrics. Three Dog Night - Pieces of April (Single Version) Lyrics. Artist: Three Dog Night. Album: Seven Separate Fools. Heyo! SONGLYRICS just got interactive.
Pieces of April" is a song written by Dave Loggins and performed by Three Dog Night. It was featured on their 1972 album, Seven Separate Fools. The song was produced by Richard Podolor and arranged by Podolor and Three Dog Night. In the US, "Pieces of April" reached on the Billboard chart, on the . adult contemporary chart.
Written-By – D. Loggins. B. The Writings On The Wall. Written-By – D. Troiano. Pieces Of April (7", Single). Probe, EMI Electrola.
I've got pieces of April, I keep them in a memory bouquet I've got pieces of April, but it's a morning in May. We stood on the crest of summer, beneath an oak that blossemed green Feeling as I did in April, not really knowing what it means But it must be then that you stand beside me now to make me feel this way Just as I did in April, but it's a morning in May. I've got pieces of April, I keep them in a memory bouquet I've got pieces of April, but it's a morning in May. fuente: musica. Compartir la letra 'Pieces Of April'. In Bed. Three Dog Night. Freedom For The Stallion. Más letras de Three Dog Night. The Show Must Go On. The Show Must Go On (en español).
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Artist: Three Dog Night. Tracks: Pieces of April, In Bed, Midnight Runaway, My Old Kentucky Home, Black and White, Prelude to Morning, Chained, The Writings on the Wall, Freedom for the Stallion, Going in Circles, Tulsa Turnaround. Genres (Music): Rock music, Pop music. 17 5. Agree or disagree? The Greatest Albums of All Time. Filed Under: Albums Music Three Dog Night. contact us we're hiring. data blog listopedia. follow us on pinterest.
This song is by Three Dog Night and appears on the album Seven Separate Fools (1972) and on the album Celebrate: The Three Dog Night Story, 1965-1975 (1993). This song has been covered by Dave Loggins under the title "Pieces of April".
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