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Rock
Performer: Edgel Groves And The Rogues
Title: Don't Remind Me
Style: Pop Rock, Rock & Roll
Year 1965
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 358
MP3 size: 1749 mb
FLAC size: 1386 mb
WMA size: 1661 mb
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Edgel Groves And The Rogues - Don't Remind Me download album


Don't Remind Me. I see you and you are, Sitting out front in his car, Making out in the front yard, And I can't hate you still. And you are killing me by, Making me and the guys cry, We all feel like we're going to die, So I'm making out my will  . But you remind me, That you're not behind me, Cause it still hurts watching you with him. And you remind me, Of the memories that bind me, I still just don't see what I don't have that you see in him. So let's forget the past, The moments can't last, You've left me for another guy. And let's put it all away, Not drag it back up another day, I just don't see a reason why.

The band has produced eight albums, three multi-platinum albums, one platinum live album and a million-selling single, Dust in the Wind. Kansas appeared on the Billboard charts for over 200 weeks throughout the 1970s and 1980s and played to sold-out arenas and stadiums throughout North America, Europe, Carry On Wayward Son was the second-most-played track on US classic rock radio in 1995 and N. in 1997.

Edgel Groves Jr. Profile: Guitarist, vocalist, percussionist.

Rogues - Do it in the darkness Rogues - Do it where the sun don't shine Rogues - And with a little drop of poison. Gonna creep inside your backdoor. I wear Bloodfang leather Bonescythe and Netherblade Chop-chop the level-7 warlock. Gonna take him out with Perdition's Blade. Rogues - Do it in the darkness Rogues - Do it where the sun don't shine Rogues - And with a little drop of poison. Rogues Do it from Behind

Her fantastic new album, Remind Me Tomorrow, ups her ambitions even further, pushing toward a grand, smoldering vision of pop that can bring to mind Lana Del Rey and St. Vincent (producer John Congleton has worked with both), and the New Wave warrior-queen spirit of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ Karen . The most striking moment might be Malibu, a swaying California car song about a couple dudes who don’t give a fuck falling in love as they drive down Interstate 101. It’s gorgeous yet ringed by scary electronics - like a Joni Mitchell song lost in a Suicide synth-punk dirge, or like Malibu itself, a paradise recently ravaged by wildfires. Yet if the fear is timely, the freedom she sings about - and embodies throughout the album - feels eternal. In This Article: Sharon Van Etten. Want more Rolling Stone?

I really am C(11) D A This is how you remind me of what I really am. Horus: C(11) D A F It's not like you to say sorry, I was waiting on a different story C(11) D A F This time I'm mistaken for handing you a heart worth breaking C(11) D A F And I've been wrong, I've been down, been to the bottom of every bottle C(11) D A F These five words in my head scream "are we havin' fun yet?" Yea Yea,Yea Yea,Yea Yea, No No (4р).

Tracklist

A Don't Remind Me 3:16
B Begging 3:14

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: ARS-45-23A
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