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The Cresters - Put Your Arms Around Me / Do It With Me FLAC album


Performer: The Cresters
Genre: Rock
Title: Put Your Arms Around Me / Do It With Me
Country: US
Released: 1964
Style: Beat
FLAC version ZIP size: 1298 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1230 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1799 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 815
Other Formats: AHX AU VOC AA MOD AUD AIFF

Come lay down be beside me Put your arms around me. I'll be here when the dawn meets the day. You tell me not to count the days, And I don't, I’m down, im down to hours No matter what you tell me, over the phone I wanna see it in your eyes, (in your eyes) Can't put my arms around a, photograph Life from a distance don't last.

You put your arms around me You put your arms around. From your mouth speaks your lovely voice The softest words ever spoken "What's broken can always be fixed What's fixed will always be broken". You put your arms around me You put your arms around me You put your arms around me You put your arms around.

a pole Try to knock some sense, down beside my bones And even though it don't show, those guys are so old. Can't put your arms around a memory Can't put your arms around a memory Can't put your arms around a memory Don't try Don't try. You're just a basket case and you got no name Could you live with me? Go on and say And even though it don't show, those guys are so ol. This is a cover of the Johnny Thunders song of the same name. It initially appeared on Thunders' 1978 album So Alone. It features Duff McKagan on guitar, bass and drums as well as vocal duty. The song is often played during the Not In This LIfetime Tour as an introduction to Attitude or New Rose. You Can’t Put Your Arms Around a Memory" Track Info.

Bm G Always be beside me Put your arms around me. D A I'll be here when the dawn meets the day. Bm G E A You tell me not to count the days and I don't, I'm down to hours. Bm G No matter what you tell me over the phone D A I want to see it in your eyes, in your eyes G D Can't put my arms around a photograph G A Love from a distance don't last Bm G Put your arms around me You're the one and only

You put your arms around me And I believe that it's easier for you to let me go You put your arms around me and I'm home. How many times will let you me change my mind and turn around I can't decide if I'll let you save my life or if I'll drown. I hope that you see right through my walls I hope that you catch me, 'cause I'm already falling I'll never let a love get so close You put your arms around me and I'm home

Put Your Arms Around Me" is a romance song by Scottish alternative rock band Texas and the fourth single to be released from their album White on Blonde. It was released on 3 November 1997. Put Your Arms Around Me" (Autumn Breeze Mix) - 4:28. You're All I Need to Get By" (Mary Ann Hobbs Session) - 4:08. Put Your Arms Around Me" (Ambient Mix) - 5:30.

The buzz from the single helped their debut album Keep It Natural peak at soon after. Put Your Arms Around Me" is one of the few songs on Keep It Natural to suffer some censorship. The original chorus lyric went Come lay down beside me though some video versions feature the lyric as Always be beside me. It is not clear why the lyric was changed. During an interview on NBC with Billy Bush, he had teased the group that the chorus lyrics 'I'll be here till the dawn meets the day' was risque yet that line was never changed.

you put your loving arms around me honey You make me forget about everything. I think about the lousy way you treat me Your always-raising. Come to the window Put your arms around me again If you don't hold me I will wash away with the rain. What will I do with my arms When they are. But on the Other Hand Baby.

Tracklist

A Put Your Arms Around Me 2:18
B Do It With Me 2:02

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
5238 The Cresters Put Your Arms Around Me ‎(7", Single) Capitol Records 5238 US 1964
POP 1296 The Cresters Put Your Arms Around Me / Do It With Me ‎(7") His Master's Voice POP 1296 UK 1964