We Found Love (Album Version). UMG (от лица компании "Def Jam Recordings"); LatinAutor, EMI Music Publishing, LatinAutor - SonyATV, SOLAR Music Rights Management, UBEM, CMRRA" и другие авторские общества (12).
We Found Love Album Version. Alexandra Corneeva, Isabelle Bjørneraas.
We Found Love Lyrics. Yellow diamonds in the light And we're standing side by side As your shadow crosses mine What it takes to come alive. It's the way I'm feeling, I just can't deny But I've gotta let it go. We found love in a hopeless place We found love in a hopeless place We found love in a hopeless place We found love in a hopeless place. About We Found Love. This is a single off Rihanna’s sixth studio album Talk that Talk. It was also included on 18 Months, the third album from Scottish electronic artist and this song’s producer Calvin Harris, who penned the lyrics as well. This song became one of the bestselling singles of all time, and Rihanna’s longest running single, outlasting her smash hit Umbrella on top of the Billboard Hot 100 charts.
We Found Love (оригинал Rihanna feat. Мы нашли любовь (перевод Undead из Алматы). Yellow diamonds in the light. Жёлтые алмазы на свету, And we're standing side by side. We found love in a hopeless place. Мы нашли любовь в безнадёжном месте. Shine a light through an open door. Свет проливается через открытую дверь. Love and life I will divide. Я проведу грань между любовью и жизнью. Turn away cause I need you more.
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Now That We Found Love" (also known as "Now That We've Found Love") is a song written by Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff and originally recorded by The O'Jays for their album Ship Ahoy (1973). Cover versions have been an album track by Martha Reeves (1976), a reggae-disco hit by the reggae band Third World (1978) and a breakthrough hit for Heavy D & The Boyz (1991)