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The Gospel Classics Of Detroit - She Don't Call My Name Anymore / The Morning Train album download

Performer:

The Gospel Classics Of Detroit

Title:

She Don't Call My Name Anymore / The Morning Train

Genre:

Funk

MP3 album size:

1994 mb

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Rating:

4.9 ✱

Style:

Gospel

Country:

US

Date of release:

1973

The Gospel Classics Of Detroit - She Don't Call My Name Anymore / The Morning Train album download

Tracklist

She Don't Call My Name Anymore 4:24
The Morning Train 2:19

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CR 5220 The Gospel Classics Of Detroit* She Don't Call My Name Anymore / The Morning Train ‎(7", Single) Creed Records CR 5220 US 1973
CR 5220 The Gospel Classics Of Detroit* She Don't Call My Name Anymore / The Morning Train ‎(7", Single, Promo) Creed Records CR 5220 US 1973



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She Don't Call My Name Anymore, The Morning Train. All audio materials of Gospel Classics Of Detroit, The are presented solely for information.

How Come U Don't Call Me Anymore?" is a song by Prince. It is a ballad of romantic longing with some gospel elements. On his original recording of the song, which was released as the non-album B-side to his 1982 single "1999", Prince performs most of the song in his falsetto range, with his own bluesy piano playing providing the only instrumental accompaniment. The song's first album appearance was on his 1993 compilation The Hits/The B-Sides.

Oh, anymore? (Listen. Everybody said, everybody said that we should never part, ooh yeah (I always said that we were kinda cute together myself) Tell me baby, baby, baby, why, why'd you wanna go and break my heart? (Why'd you wanna do it, baby?) . He also included it on Girl 6, the soundtrack album of previous songs by Prince for the Spike Lee movie of the same name in 1996. It was re-released with 1999 from 1998-1999. It was covered by Stephanie Mills for her 1983 album Merciless, and she made it her second single from the album.

Stop trying, don't you see the look in my eyes. Stop begging, can't you see I've run out of lies. Stop showing up at my favourite restaurant, and dropping by at my work saying you just wanna talk. Don't call me "baby", Don't call me "baby", Anymore. Stop running baby, cuz you've run out of time  . Don't call my number, Don't call me over, Don't call me "baby". Whatcha gonna do my love, whatcha gonna do? Whatcha gonna say this time, what's your excuse? When you gonna break my heart, when you gonna break? Nobody hurts like yo. .Stop staring through me, like you know who I am.

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Since releasing his first single Willie has given us countless albums from country to gospel and in between. The songs he has written are beyond measure and so many wonderful classics are among them. Willie Nelson is a true legend in the country music industry and we will forever be grateful for the great songs he gives us. I can just see him picking his old guitar, it will be in the hall with Willie. These country classic song lyrics are the property of the respective artist, authors and labels, they are intended solely for educational purposes and private study only. Your country song collection wouldn’t be complete without a few of Willie Nelson classics. It will take a bit of practice for some of the more difficult songs, but you can learn them, it will be well worth your effort. We hope you enjoy these country lyrics with guitar chords, enjoy your music.

Don't you ever call my name 'Cause I'm worth the time to make my own Mistakes And I would lose my mind If I only try to see my world in yours So I can't change and I won't blame the way you Are anymore, please Don't ever call my name There's no way you gonna get. it now, way you Gonna get it now Why? I have to scream to make you feel my heart Why? Now I can't see, I can't see Why? My soul won't find no peace in anything you Need Don't you ever call. Why? I have to scream to make you feel my heart Why?

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