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Album · 2003 · 6 Songs. Black Grass featuring Dominique Noiret. 2. Don't Leave Me This Way (J Star Mix). 3. Don't Leave Me This Way (J Star Mix Dub).
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Side A: From the album Thelma Houston - Any Way You Like It. Released in a generic Motown/EMI sleeve. 1976 Motown Record Corp. Trademark Motown Record Corp. Publishers: A-side: April, B-side: Castle-Jobete Made in Australia by E M I (Australia) Limited. Matrix, Runout (Side A label): TMO-11388A.
Melinda from AustraliaThe Communards version of Don’t Leave Me This way, defines the 1980’s for me. The song nails the spirit of the mid 1980’s. the techno beat, the galloping piano, The soulful ‘pleading for acceptance’ voice of jimmy Somerville. Like he did in Bronski Beat, singing Smalltown Boy. Whenever I hear it, his and The Communards Don’t Leave Me This Way, I remember going crazy with friends on the dance floor in clubs . Rosanne talks about the journey that inspired her songs on her album The River & the Thread, including a stop at the Tallahatchie Bridge. Waiting For The Break of Day: Three Classic Songs About All-NightersSong Writing. These Three famous songs actually describe how they were written - late into the evening.
Please Don’t Leave Me is a song from singer Pink from her fifth studio album Funhouse. It was released on January 31, 2009 as the third single of the album. The song is a mid-tempo track that details a love-hate relationship. Pink sings of someone having a bad effect on her, yet not being able to let go of the person. She insists during the chorus, I always say how I don’t need you, but it’s always gonna come right back to this, please don’t leave me. The song was one of the first three to be heard and performed from Funhouse prior to the album’s release.