Solitaire (Laura Branigan song). Solitaire" is a song by American singer Laura Branigan. Written by Martine Clémenceau and Diane Warren, produced by Jack White and Robbie Buchanan, it was released in March 1983 as the lead single from Branigan's second studio album, Branigan 2 (1983).
Album Branigan 2. Solitaire Lyrics. I still remember how much I used to need you Tried so hard to please you, but you didn't need me You knew I loved you, knew I always would be there You just did what you wanted, you didn't care All the cards were held by you There was nothin' I could do All those nights I sat alone, starin'. at the telephone Wonderin' were you ever comin' home.
Touch is the fifth album by American singer Laura Branigan, released in 1987 on Atlantic Records. This album marked a change in Branigan's career. Under new management and using a different producer, the singer took a more active role in the studio, gaining hands-on experience which she used to self-produce tracks on her subsequent albums
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Laura Branigan will always be one of the best from the 80s. Beautiful and never dressed provocatively. Wonderful lady, may she rest in peace. this song was the best song on Branigan 2. with that said, I downladed the MP3 of Solitaire, as there is only 1 other song on Branigan 2 that I would know. and How Can I live with out you was best known by another artist. Solitaire reminds me of some good times in the 80's.
Solitaire, it got so lonely Solitaire, no one to hold me Where were you when I played solitaire? It took some time but I stopped thinkin' about you Started livin' without you, now look who's back here You've had a change of heart, well, mine just couldn't wait, no no You found out you loved me just a little too late. Once the cards were held by you Now there's nothin' you can do All those nights you sit alone, starin' at the telephone Wonderin' if I'm ever comin' home. Más Canciones de Laura Branigan. Canciones del disco 'Branigan 2' (1983). How Am I Supposed To Live Without You. Laura Branigan. Más letras de Laura Branigan.