Dave Armstrong And The One Eyed Jacks - Another Lonely Day album download
|Another Lonely Day||1:55|
|Get Yourself Ready||2:03|
|B-548||Dave Armstrong And The One Eyed Jacks*||Another Lonely Day (7")||Bang Records||B-548||US||1967|
|B-548||Dave Armstrong And The One Eyed Jacks*||Get Yourself Ready / Another Lonely Day (7", Promo)||Bang Records||B-548||US||1967|
On only one occasion did Marlon Brando give directing a shot. Disappointed with the audience’s reaction, disheartened by studio interference or perhaps simply disillusioned with the whole experience, he never directed again and One-Eyed Jacks remained his only effort.
Another Lonely Day Lyrics. Yes indeed I'm alone again And here comes emptiness, crashing in It's either love or hate, I can't find in between 'Cause I've been with witches and I've been with the queen. Yesterday seems like a, life ago 'Cause the one I loved today, I hardly know You I held so close, in my heart oh dear Grow further from me with every, falling tear. It wouldn't have worked out anyway So now it's just another lonely day Hey, hey Further along, we just may But for now it's just another lonely day For now its just another lonely day Hey, hey For now its just another lonely day. More on Genius. Another Lonely Day" Track Info. Recording Engineer Bradley Cook. Fight for Your Mind Ben Harper.
As a music venue, its lineups were varied and incredible. I will always miss this place, much like an old sea dog misses the roar of the waves and the gentle swaying of a ship. One Eyed Jack's was a taste of Freedom, and I'm glad I got to be there for her final rounds. Bless'd be all those who have ever walked through her doors, and may the sea be where we all return. What is dead may never die.
Текст песни Ben Harper – "Another Lonely Day". Yes indeed I'm alone again, And here comes emptiness crashing in, It's either love or hate, I can't find in between, Cause I've been with witches. But for now it's just another lonely day Yesterday seems like a life ago Cause the one I love Today I hardly know You I held so close in my heart oh dear Grow further from me With every fallen tear It wouldn't have worked out any way So now it's just another lonely day Further along we just may. But for now it's just another lonely day.
Title: One-Eyed Jacks (1961).
Yes indeed I'm alone again and here comes emptiness crashing in it's either love or hate I can't find in between cause I've been with witches and I have been with a queen. it wouldn't have worked out any way so now it's just another lonely day further along we just may but for now it's just another lonely day. wish there was something I could say or do I can resist anything but temptation from you but I'd rather walk alone than chase you around I'd rather fall myself than let you drag me down. yesterday seems like a life ago cause the one I love today I hardly know you I held so close in my heart oh dear grow further from me with every falling tear. Submit Corrections. Thanks to al73 for adding these lyrics.
Another Lonely Night" is a song recorded by American singer Adam Lambert for his third studio album, The Original High (2015). It was released in October 2015 as the album's second single, and has charted at number 5 in the Polish Airplay Top 100 and 35 on the Dutch Top 40. It was serviced to US radio in November 2015 and an official remix package was released to digital retailers on December 4, 2015.
One-Eyed Jacks (1961) opens in midscene with a smartly offbeat image: Marlon Brando, dressed like a Mexicali dandy, sitting idly on a long counter, eating bananas and tossing the peels onto a gold scale. The camera pulls back to reveal the interior of a bank, as the unconcerned robber surveys his partners gathering up the loot. The difference between Brando and the other breakthrough actors of the time-Montgomery Clift, James Dean-was a willful, unsatisfied quality on the outer edge of any given character or situation, on the cusp of tearing down the fourth wall. He turned catharsis into gamesmanship. Brando’s pivotal performance in One-Eyed Jacks is startling for the way it concurrently seduces and baits the audience.