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Brenda Lee - He'll Play The Music (But You Can't Make Him Dance) album download

Performer:

Brenda Lee

Title:

He'll Play The Music (But You Can't Make Him Dance)

Genre:

Pop / Country and World

MP3 album size:

1150 mb

Other music formats:

MP3 AC3 WMA MP2 TTA ADX DXD

Rating:

4.4 ✱

Style:

Vocal

Country:

US

Date of release:

1980

Brenda Lee - He'll Play The Music (But You Can't Make Him Dance) album download

Tracklist Hide Credits

A He'll Play The Music (But You Can't Make Him Dance)
Written-By – Chic Doherty*, Jody Johnson, David Wilkins*
2:54
B Every Now And Then
Written-By – Rock Killough, Shayne Dolan
2:12

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – MCA Pressing Plant, Gloversville
  • Copyright (c) – MCA Records, Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – MCA Records, Inc.
  • Manufactured By – MCA Records, Inc.
  • Published By – Forrest Hills Music, Inc.
  • Published By – Ash Valley Music, Inc.
  • Published By – Tree Publishing Co., Inc.

Credits

  • Arranged By [String] – Bergen White
  • Producer – Ron Chancey

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society (A side): BMI / ASCAP
  • Rights Society (B side): BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (A side label): MCA 10446
  • Matrix / Runout (B side label): MCA 10622
  • Matrix / Runout (A side runout etched): MCA 10446 WS-2 Denny/Woodland ⧈-G-⧈
  • Matrix / Runout (B side runout etched): MCA 10622 WS-2 Denny/Woodland ⧈-G-⧈

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MCA-51047 Brenda Lee He'll Play The Music (But You Can't Make Him Dance) ‎(7", Single) MCA Records MCA-51047 US 1980
MCA-51047 Brenda Lee Every Now And Then ‎(7", Promo) MCA Records MCA-51047 US 1980

Brenda Lee (born Brenda Mae Tarpley; December 11, 1944) is an American performer and the top-charting solo female vocalist of the 1960s. She sang rockabilly, pop and country music, and had 47 US chart hits during the 1960s, and is ranked fourth in that decade surpassed only by Elvis Presley, the Beatles and Ray Charles. She is known for her 1960 hit "I'm Sorry", and 1958's "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree", which has become a Christmas standard.

But the way they play, the way they put all these amazing instruments and together sound great. It still boggles my mind. He doesn't get it. but apparently us who listen to Rap or Electronic music are some low IQ retards, something along those lines. I'll refrain from spotting other holes, anyway most of it is true but from the wrong angle.

pop music boy: light washed jeans with a t-shirt tucked in. sings along to the radio at full blast. every song is ‘his jam’. glitter under his eyes that shines when the light hits it. a sucker for love songs. wants to hold hands and kiss you on the cheek but is too nervous and doesn’t know how to make the. first move. classical boy: carries a journal everywhere he goes to take notes of whatever inspires him. thrives on rainy days and would watch the clouds drift by for hours if he could. runs his fingers through his hair a lot. the shy kid. writes love poems to the universe (and to you).

I tried to make a home out of you, but doors lead to trap doors, a stairway leads to nothing. Unknown women wander the hallways at night. Mother dearest, let me inherit the earth. Teach me how to make him beg. Let me make up for the years he made you wait. Did he bend your reflection? Did he make you forget your own name? Did he convince you he was a god? Did you get on your knees daily? Do his eyes close like doors?

That my little cousin, he got a little trade His girl keep the scales, a little mermaid We out by the pool, some little mermaids Me and them gel Like twigs with them bangs Now that's a real mermaid You been holding your breath, weighted down Punk madre, punk papa He don't care for me, but he cares for me And. that's good enough We don't talk much or nothin' But when we talkin' about something We have good discussion I met his friends last week Feels like they’re up to somethin' That’s good for u. The song was the lead single from Frank Ocean’s highly anticipated third album, Blonde.

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