Opshop - No Ordinary Thing album download
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- Manufactured By – EMI Music (NZ) Ltd. – 8618280
- Bass – Ian Munro
- Drums – Bobby Kennedy
- Guitar – Matt Treacy, Tim Skedden
- Vocals, Guitar, Written-By – Jason Kerrison
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 24386 18280 7
Opshop is a New Zealand rock band who formed in 2002. They released their first album, You Are Here in 2004, their second album Second Hand Planet in 2007, and their third album Until The End Of Time, which debuted at number one on the New Zealand Album Charts, in 2010.
This song is by Opshop and appears on the album You Are Here (2004). Was this to show you I would not fail you?Was that the reason you were looking back?So I'm trusting in existenceI'm thrusting on momentum. no. I know it's not working. Knowledge will capture comfort one day,And our worlds will be worth more than living once in this lifetime.
Opshop - No Ordinary Thing Songtext. Was this to show you I would not fail you Was that the reason you were lookin' back. So I'm trustin' in existence I'm thrustin' on momentum I don't wanna see these threads of love collide Not ever again. No, not ever again No'. I know it's not working Knowledge will capture comfort one day Our worlds will be worth more than living once in this lifetime
Opshop-No Ordinary Thing guitar tab, guitar tabs, bass tabs, chords and guitar pro tabs. Verse 2&3: Repeat verse 1 chords. Chorus: Em C G No my love, this is no ordinary thing. D Em C My love, my love, my love. G This is no ordinary thing. D No, this is no ordinary thing. 2nd Bridge: A D A We were compromised by our own hearts. D A Jealous seas couldn't keep us apart.
Video for No Ordinary Thing by Opshop. No Ordinary Thing (5:48). Overview (current section). Also featured on. +2 other releases.
Opshop – No Ordinary Thing lyrics. Write my explanationnew. Create lyrics explanation. Opshop – No Ordinary Thing lyrics. I know it's not working Knowledge will capture comfort one day Our worlds will be worth more than living once in this lifetime.
Opshop finished their debut album You Are Here in 2004. Their first single "Nothing Can Wait" was recorded by Malcolm Welsford at York St Studios. Their fourth single "No Ordinary Thing" got to number 22 in the New Zealand charts; it was also included on the Now That's What I Call Music Volume 16. The band went through major line-up changes: guitarist Tim Skedden had to leave the band due to family commitments and bass player Ian Munro decided to head back home to his native Britain.