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The Bells - He Was Me, He Was You Album

The Bells - He Was Me, He Was You Album
Performer: The Bells
Title: He Was Me, He Was You
Released: 1973
Label: Polydor
Country: Canada
Style: Soft Rock, Pop Rock
Catalog #: 2065 188 DJ
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 803
Formats: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single, Promo
FLAC size: 1718 mb
MP3 size: 2670 mb

Tracklist

1He Was Me, He Was You
Written-By – Kerr, English
3:13
2He Was Me, He Was You
Written-By – King-Goffin
3:13

Credits

  • ProducerCharles Clark , Kenny Gorka, Rich Sargent

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
2065-188The Bells He Was Me, He Was You / Child Of Mine ‎(7", Single)Polydor2065-188Canada1973
2065 188 DJThe Bells He Was Me, He Was You ‎(7", Single, Promo)Polydor2065 188 DJCanada1973
K 14533The Bells He Was Me He Was You / Child Of Mine ‎(7", Single)MGM RecordsK 14533US1973
K 14533The Bells He Was Me, He Was You / Child Of Mine ‎(7", Single, Promo)MGM RecordsK 14533US1973

Notes

Red Font, not the same as black font used on the other release

Album

He Was Me, He Was You - The Bells 1973 The little man was hungry, and they saw him as a tramp, With a love note in his pocket, but no money for a Bells. UMG от лица компании Universal Music Canada UMPG Publishing, ASCAP и другие авторские общества 4. Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group He Was Me, He Was You Remastered The Bells 20th Century Masters:The Best Of The Bells 2003 Was Me, He Was You - The Bells 1973. The little man was hungry, and they saw him as a tramp, With a love note in his pocket, but no money for a stamp, He just sits there in the doorway and he sings his lonely song, Mumbling the cold out of his hands, Watching the shadows breathe and dance, Smiling, but in his eyes the chances are gone. He was me, he was you, Maybe someone that you knew, There goes everybody's brother, what's his name, Walk on by, Pay no mind, Heartbreaks happen all the time, Ain't it cold enough today, so let it rain . D A G D The painter tries to paint him, and the poet, he tries to see, A G Em A I think he had a castle, in the man he used to be, D A G D He just stuck to us a question, Can you tell me what you've learned A G D Nobody knows the truth, he said, A G D Not till the book has all been read, A G A Follow the one you love instead of the road. A7 D G Em A He was me, He was you, maybe someone that you knew, G Em A There goes everybody's brother, whats his name. Em G D Ain't it cold enough today, so let it rain. A7 D G Em A He was me, He was you, maybe someone that you knew, G Em A There goes everybody's brother, whats his name . Текст песни: It happened one day near Decembers end Two neighbors called on an old friend And they found his shop so meager and lean Made gay with thousand bows of The Album. Play album. Pisces Rising. The Bells. More than one band has used this name. 1 The Bells were a Canadian rock band from Montreal that had two notable hit singles in the early 1970s. Featuring South African natives, Anne and Jackie Ralph as well as Cliff Edwards, Doug Gravelle and Gordie McLeod, the group started in 1965 as the Five Bells. They had their first hit in 1969 with Moody Manitoba Morning, followed in 1970 after shortening their name and some personnel changes by Fly Little White Dove, Fly, which became a Top-10 hit in Canada. Your current browser isn't compatible with SoundCloud. Please download one of our supported browsers. Need help Sorry Something went wrong. Is your network connection unstable or browser outdated. But no money for a stamp, He just sits there in the doorway And he sings his lonely song, Mumbling the cold out of his hands, Watching the shadows weave and dance, Smiling, but in his eyes the chances are gone He was me, He was you, Maybe someone that you knew, There goes everybody's brother, What's his name. Walk on by, Pay no mind, Heartbreaks happen all the time Ain't it cold enough today, so let it rain He was me, He was you, Maybe someone that you knew, There goes everybody's brother, What's his name . Now for ten years weve been on our own And moss grows fat on a rollin stone But thats not how it used to be When the jester sang for the king and queen In a coat he borrowed from James Dean And a voice that came from you and me Oh, and while the king was looking down. dreamed But not a word was spoken The church bells all were broken And the three men I admire most: The father, son, and the holy ghost They caught the last train for the coast The day the music died And they were singing. Don McLean released this groundbreaking song on the album American Pie in 1971. It is full of pop-culture references

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