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Bum Out - Celebrate With Me, I'm Letting Myself Go download album
Performer: Bum Out
Title: Celebrate With Me, I'm Letting Myself Go
Style: Punk, Post-Punk
Year 2018
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 202
MP3 size: 1859 mb
FLAC size: 1872 mb
WMA size: 1177 mb
Other formats: MIDI APE AC3 ASF ADX DXD XM

Bum Out - Celebrate With Me, I'm Letting Myself Go download album

I'm letting go, I'm letting go I'm letting go, and falling into You. I confess I still get scared sometimes But perfect love comes rushing in And all the lies that screamed inside go silent The moment You begin. You remind me of things forgotten You unwind me until I'm totally undone And with Your arms around me Fear was no match for Your love Now You've won me.

Label: FXHE Records ‎- AOS-7000 Format: CD, Album Country: US Released: 2013 Genre: Electronic Style: House, Deep House, Detroit.

Yes- I’m letting myself go! The once-caged, would-be wild thing that I am, the bold, bright and beautiful thing, with wrinkles and crinkles and folds that sing of Life. Yes- I’m letting myself go- to the four winds, to fly, to pot, to sleep and dream and to seed, to blossom all over again.

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Letting Myself Go by Yarek Ovich, released 19 April 2018 At the end of the road It’s not the time for turning back, For senseless regrets, hesitation Fear or uncertainty ‘cause The choice have been made  . The choice have been made. It’s ultimate For the first time I’m standing firm I forgive you all and don’t ask for the one instead I don’t care at all.

From walking home and talking loads To seeing shows in evening clothes with you From nervous touch and getting drunk To staying up and waking up with you. Now we're sleeping near the edge Holding something we don't need All this delusion in our heads Is gonna bring us to our knees. I used to recognize myself It's funny how reflections change When we're becoming something else I think it's time to walk away. So, come on, let it go, just let it be Why don't you be you, and I'll be me? Everything that's broke, leave it to the breeze Why don't you be you, and I'll be me? And I'll be me.

Read "I'm letting you go" from the story Not a "LOVE" Story ︎ by AmySparks2001 (Amy Sparks) with 1,077 reads. jealousy, lust, adult  . Do not raise your tone with me, young lady. And I'm doing this for you, not for m. I stare at her in anger, walking away from both of them, I unlock the front door, walking out of the house. Hearing my name being called is not surprising, and I know for sure Carter's going to come and tell me to come inside in seconds. Just hearing myself say that doesn't even sound real. It sounds like someone else is saying this, but with my voice. No. You're not. You can't do this Taylor!" I'm now crying by how this situation has turned out to be. "Then what to do you want me to do! Tell my idiotic parents that I can't go to Paris?!

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Thank You" was intended to be included on an in-progress album with "Star" and "Hot Fun in the Summertime"; the LP was never completed, and the three tracks were instead included on the band's 1970 Greatest Hits LP. "Thank You" and "Star", the final Family Stone recordings issued in the 1960s, marked the beginning of a 20-month gap of releases from the band, which would finally end with the release of "Family Affair" in 1971. The title is an intentional mondegreen or sensational spelling for "thank you for letting me be myself again. The third verse contains specific references to the group's previous successful songs, "Dance to the Music", "Everyday People", "Sing a Simple Song", and "You Can Make It If You Try". The song features co-lead vocals from Sly Stone, Rose Stone, Freddie Stone, Cynthia Robinson, Jerry Martini, Greg Errico and Larry Graham.


1a Don't Worry, I Forgot Your Name Too 2:32
2a Shut Up And Fish 3:16
3a Going Nowhere 2:04
4a Sell Your Equipment 3:23
5b Clock Me Out 2:29
6b Whatabummer 2:42
7b Folsom Chapel Blues 2:46
8b This One 3:09


  • Bass Guitar, Vocals – Mark Grady
  • Drums – Dugg
  • Vocals, Guitar – Doug Cohenour