A. –Peerless Quartet. When I'm Gone You'll Soon Forget. B. –Henry Burr - Frank Croxton. Written-By – Klickmann, Frost.
Look into your eyes, and the sky’s the limit I’m helpless! Down for the count, and I’m drownin’ in ‘em. I have never been the type to try and grab the spotlight We were at a revel with some rebels on a hot night Laughin’ at my sister as she’s dazzling the room Then you walked in and my heart went Boom! Tryin’ to catch your eye from the side of the ballroom Everybody’s dancin’ and the band’s top volume. Grind to the rhythm as we wine and dine. Grab my sister, and whisper, Yo, this one’s mine
The Peerless Quartet was one of the most commercially successful groups of the acoustic era and made hundreds of recordings, including popular versions of songs such as "Sweet Adeline", "By the Light of the Silvery Moon", "Let Me Call You Sweetheart", and "I Want A Girl (Just Like The Girl That Married Dear Old Dad)". The group continued to record until 1928, with many changes of personnel. I'm Coming Back to Dixie and You" performed by the Peerless Quartet in 1914. Written by George Lyons, Bob Yosco, Frank Mullane. Problems playing this file? See media help. In addition, Henry Burr, Albert Campbell and Arthur Collins also recorded very successfully as solo singers: Burr and Collins, in particular, were two of the most popular singers of the first two decades of the century. The group also accompanied other singers including Ada Jones, Byron G. Harlan, George O'Connor, and Irving Kaufman.
Lyics for the gospel song Hold on just a little longer. Posted at 00:09h, 21 November Reply. This song touched my soul, heard it at a time of discouragement, people can really hurt you with their words, God is telling me to hold on just a little while longer and everything will be alright. Thank you for these encouraging words.
Broadway Quartette - There's a Long, Long Trail. Uncle Josh and Aunt Nancy put up the kitchen stove. Henry Burr - Columbia a2681 - Don't Cry Little Girl Don't Cry. 1918. Peerless Quartet - Victor 19390 - The Girl I Loved in Sunny Tennessee. Just a Birdseye View of My Old Kentucky Home. Jesse Crawford - Victor 20458 - Just a Birdseye View of My Old Kentucky Home.
The Autumn Stone is a posthumous retrospective double album, and the second compilation album released in the UK by Small Faces in 1969 on the Immediate label. The double album contains most of the Small Faces' Immediate and Decca original 7" single releases, together with live recordings from a concert at Newcastle City Hall and previously unreleased material, some of which was possibly intended for the band's projected but unrealised fourth LP, 1862.
Lovers (Live a Little Longer) (оригинал Abba). Lovers live a little longer, baby. Влюбленные живут немного дольше, малыш, What a feeling when I hold you tight. Lovers live a little longer, yeah. Влюбленные живут немного дольше, да. I can imagine, I'll see in my fantasy. Я могу представить, я вижу это в своей мечте, I'll enjoy every day.