Atari - We'll Be Fighting şarkısının sözlerini bu sayfada görebilir ve şarkıyı dinleyebilirsiniz. Atari sanatçısına ait en popüler şarkı sözlerini bu sitede. It's only made us stronger in what we're living for. You think your words can break us down. But nothing's gonna change, we'll never join your crowd. You think we'll never make a difference. I know we're gonna fucking try. No matter what you say, we'll be here and we'll be fighting. For something we believed in before we even knew your name. No matter what you say, we'll be here and we'll be fighting For something we believe in, something inside that won't ever change. More than just a mark. More than just a name
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Teamwork Records (catalog number T-5). This album was released in 1997 year. US. Format of the release is.
We'll be fighting on 7". The green cardstock cover is limited to 200 copies (green-, black vinyl), also the green vinyl with silkscreen cover and green lettering. The computer sleeve is out of 400 copies and the silkscreen cover with blue lettering is out of 500. If i am right. 6 years ago. Atari - We'll Be Fighting on Teamwork Records.
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We'll have things fixed soon. Kung Fu Fighting was written by Carl Douglas and Biddu Appaiah (who also produced the song). The song was originally meant to be the B-side to the track I Want to Give You My Everything. Biddu originally hired Carl to sing the song, but he needed something to record for the B-side of the record and he asked Carl if he had any lyrics they could use. Carl chose the lyrics that would be called Kung Fu Fighting and worked on a melody for it without taking it too seriously