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Barbara And The Delights - She's A Smooth One / Shirley Got There Early FLAC album


Performer: Barbara And The Delights
Genre: Soul and Funk music
Title: She's A Smooth One / Shirley Got There Early
Released: 1963
Style: Soul
FLAC version ZIP size: 1467 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1330 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1496 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 547
Other Formats: AC3 AU AAC TTA DXD AUD AIFF

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She's Not There" is the debut single by British rock band The Zombies, written by organist Rod Argent. It reached No. 12 in the UK Singles Chart in September 1964, and reached No. 1 on the Cashbox chart (No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100) in the United States at the beginning of December 1964. In Canada, it reached No. 2. Rolling Stone magazine ranked "She's Not There" No. 297 on its list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.

She’s Got Me Dancing. Produced by Mike Crossey. She’s Got Me Dancing Lyrics. Hey, what do you know about the song and the dance in your mind That boy is looking at you and he says that he knows your kind I see you dancing but you never ever mark your words Hey, what do you know I think you've done it to yourself again. Have you ever felt so lonely In this cold, world so cold Have you ever felt so lonely. She's got me dancing, she's got me dancing She's got me dancing and she's always one step behind She's got.

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She spanked him and said nobody play with Charles. But everybody did. The third day, Charles bounced a see-saw onto the head of a little girl. The teacher made him stay inside during recess. She said our teacher had to keep Charles quiet. And so Charles had to stay after school. He got his mouth washed out with soap each time. My husband came to the door that night as I was leaving for the Parent-Teachers meeting. Invite her over after the meeting, he said. I want to get a look at the mother of that kid. I hope she’s there, I said. She’ll be there, my husband said. How could they hold a Parent-Teachers meeting without Charles’ mother? At the meeting, I looked over the faces of all the other mothers. None of them looked unhappy enough to be the mother of Charles. No one stood up and apologized for the way her son had been acting.

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We arrived at the lake very early. It was cold but in spite of that there were several MAN there. Dad pulled our fishing rods out of the rucksack and we joined the others. Hey, look what I CATCH ! a man sitting several metres upstream proudly showed us his bag. There was a large fish in it. Good job, Dad SAY and everyone became quiet again. How long do we have to wait? When will they bite? I whispered. I NOT/KNOW, Dad whispered back and a moment later he was holding a little, silver fish. See? he turned to me. But this one is too small

Tracklist Hide Credits

A She's A Smooth One
Written-By – R. Fleming*, L. Edwards Jr.*
2:14
B Shirley Got There Early
Written-By – C. Partee*
2:35

Credits

  • Arranged By – Horace Ott
  • Producer – Ray Fleming*, Lockie Edwards Jr.