Bobby Bloom - We're All Goin' Home FLAC album
Genre: Soul and Funk music
Title: We're All Goin' Home
FLAC version ZIP size: 1384 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1728 mb
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The Bobby Bloom Album Import. So, low entries or not, the following were hits: Where Are We Going? - 84 Jan 1971 b/w Of Yesterday (Roulette 7095); Make Me Happy - 80 Jan-Feb 1971 b/w This Thing I've Gotten Into (MGM K14212); We're All Goin' Home - 93 July 1971 b/w Careful Not To Break The Spell (MGM K14246); and Sha La Boom Boom - 123 Bubble Under Feb 1973 b/w Stay On Top (MGM. K14437).
Bobby Bloom Lyrics on PhoneLyrics. We're All Goin' Home. The Bobby Bloom Album 1970 11 tracks Genre: Rock. Where Are We Going (Expanded) 1970 14 tracks Genre: Rock.
Top Bobby Bloom LyricsMontego Bay We're All Goin' Home Make Me Happy. Jump into a car and get Away from where you are And don't tell no one Where you're going. Talking on the telephone To here or there or back to home Communication growing. You're at the elevator Meet a girl and try to date her Look at all that sweetness glowing. Don't ask me where Where are we going. Come into my parlor Said the spider to the fly I've got this bitch You better listen. A generation criticized But who can see through tired eyes They don't know what they're missing. Why don't you talk Till after dark On Monday, only dogs can bark The police.
Bobby Bloom (1946 - February 28, 1974) was an American singer-songwriter. He is known best for being a one-hit wonder with the 1970 song "Montego Bay," which was co-written and produced by Jeff Barry. In the early 1960s, Bloom had been a member of the doo-wop group, The Imaginations. He received a big break in 1969 when he was awarded a contract to write and record a jingle for Pepsi, paving the way for his later success with "Montego Ba. He also played a role as a songwriter for the Kama Sutra/Buddah group of labels. Bobby Bloom Toptracks. Montego bay - Bobby Bloom.
We're All Goin' Home". 93. - - Written by Jeff Barry, Bobby Bloom and Neil Goldberg. Andy Kim. 97. - - Written by Jeff Barry and Andy Kim. 1972.
I'll lay on a lilo till I'm lobster red I still feel the motion here at home in bed I tell you it's hard for me to stay away You ain't been till you been high in Montego Bay. Sing out Oh, whoa, oh, whoa, oh, whoa, oh Oh, whoa, oh, whoa, oh, whoa, oh Come sing me la Come sing me Montego Bay Oh, whoa, oh, whoa, oh, whoa, oh.