Cindy Nelson - Chemistry FLAC album
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Half Nelson is a compilation album of duets performed by country singer Willie Nelson along with various other artists, released in 1985. It also includes a few never-before released hits as well. Willie Nelson – Guitar, vocals. Ray Charles – Piano, vocals. Carlos Santana – Guitar. Julio Iglesias – Vocals. Lacy J. Dalton – Guitar, vocals. Merle Haggard – Guitar, vocals. George Jones – Guitar, vocals. Mel Tillis – Guitar, vocals. Hank Williams – Guitar, vocals.
Date of release: 1983.
Listen to music from Cindy Nelson like Requim, Always A Tiger & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Cindy Nelson. Northern California-based singer, songwriter, and recording artist, Cindy Nelson, has been busy honing her craft since the age of 9. With her unique Alternative-Rock style, which intersects with a dash of country, the listener is taken on the ride of their life while hanging onto every affecting word sung through her gripping two ½ octave vocals.
Cynthia Lee "Cindy" Nelson (born August 19, 1955) is former World Cup alpine ski racer from the United States. Born and raised in Lutsen in northeastern Minnesota, Nelson's family ran the local ski area and she was on skis before the age of three. She raced in all five alpine disciplines, with a focus on downhill, and was on the World Cup squad of the .
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Born and raised in Lutsen in northeastern Minnesota, Nelson's family ran the local ski area and she was on skis before the age of three. During her first World Cup season, she had two top-15 finishes in downhill as the 1972 Winter Olympics neared. She was expected to make the .
I wish I was a apple hangin' in a tree And everytime my sweetheart passed She'd take a bite off me She told me that she loved me She called me sugar plum She threw her arms around me I thought my time had come. Get along home, Cindy-Cindy Get along home, Cindy-Cindy Get along home, Cindy-Cindy I'll marry you sometime. I wish I had a needle As fine as I could sew I'd sew her in my pocket And down the road I go Cindy hugged and kissed me She wrung her hands and cried Swore I was the prettiest thing That ever lived or died
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Arranged By [Rhythm Tracks] – Steve KipnerExecutive-Producer – Nat KipnerProducer – Luis CabazaWritten-By – Luis Cabaza, Nat Kipner
Producer, Written-By – Nat Kipner
- Manufactured By – Inelco
- Mastered At – Foon
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- Rights Society: SABAM
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1 label): IND 127650-A
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2 label): IND 127650-B
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1 runout): CINDY NELSON-A₁ IND 127650-A FOON
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2 runout): CINDY NELSON-B₁ IND 127650-B FOON
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