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J.Ryder - Never Miss What You Never Had FLAC album


Performer: J.Ryder
Genre: Rock
Title: Never Miss What You Never Had
Released: 1977
FLAC version ZIP size: 1871 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1171 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1505 mb
Rating: 4.5
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Rules are made for breaking (Breaking) Nothing ventured nothing gained I'll be no worse off Then I am right now And I might never get that chance again Baby. Fear of rejection Kept my love inside Told my heart I didn't want you But I lied. I don't care if you think I'm crazy (I'm crazy) It doesn't matter if it turns out bad (Doesn't matter if it turns out bad) I've got no fear of losing you You can't lose what you never had (Yeah). Now I'm gonna confess that I love you (I love you) I've been keeping it inside, (inside) Feelin I could die,. Can't Loose What You Never Had" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.

I Could Never Miss You (More Than I Do)" was the fourth and final US Top 40 hit for Lulu. I Could Never Miss You (More Than I Do)" was introduced on Lulu's 1978 album Don't Take Love For Granted, a Rocket Records release co-produced by Mark London the co-writer of Lulu's signature song "To Sir, With Love" and also the husband of Lulu's longtime manager Marion Massey. The album's other co-producer was Lem Lubin onetime bassist with Unit 4 + 2 and Christie and from 1977 a&r head for Rocket Records.

Never Say Never lyrics from Honey Ryder  . Album Name : Marley's Chains. Release Date : 2012-08-12. Song Duration : 3:06. Honey Ryder Never Say Never. I'm sitting down and staring into space I know what's coming next you've got that look upon your face What cheap excuses will you make It might be the weather I bend and bend but I don't break but never say never. Whats that you said you're leaving me? I didn't hear you You're acting like you're on TV All this screaming dramatising I'm the one who should be crying What's that you said you needed me?

I Could Never Miss You" first appeared on Don't Take Love For Granted, a 1978 album release on Elton John's label, The Rocket Record Company. The song was composed by Neil Harrison and co-produced by Mark London. London had been the co-writer of Lulu's major hit, "To Sir, With Love" and was also the husband of Lulu's longtime manager, Marion Massey. I Could Never Miss You" debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 in August 1981, rising to a peak in October. This marked Lulu's first appearance in the US Top 20 since "To Sir, with Love" in 1967. Canada's RPM magazine ranked "I Could Never Miss You" with a peak. The track had its strongest chart impact in New Zealand with an April 1982 peak of which remains the highest post-1960s' peak on a national Pop chart for a solo recording by Lulu (tying with the 1974 UK chart peak of "The Man Who Sold the World").

Never believed me when I told you But I was so young only yesterday I never believed you when you told me But you'd trade for love just about anything Your grandma's rich Your daddy is lonely Your momma's chasing round misery Suppose you weren't meant for my one and only Don't believe for a second you could. You never believed me when I told you But I was so young only yesterday I never believed you when you told me That you'd trade for love just about anything That you'd trade for love just about anything.

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I had told you wrong, But you pursued on- saying I was a fool. You left me To face the world alone. And I went on, Living off my tears And breathing my sobs, But I was too stubborn To realize the truth in front of me. I missed the feel of your lips on mine Although you never kissed me I missed the sound of your snores when you feel asleep But I have never seen you asleep I missed it when you wiped away my tears Yet you have never comforted me I missed feeling weightless when you swept me off my feet Even though we never once.

Tracklist

A Never Miss What You Never Had
B Music Kept On Playing