Goldrush - Somebody's Turning On The People / Feelin' Glad album download
|Somebody's Turning On The People||1:58|
|D-4174||Goldrush||Somebody's Turning On The People / Feelin' Glad (7", Single, Promo)||Dunhill, ABC Records||D-4174||US||1969|
|2C006-91.228 M||Goldrush||Somebody's Turning On The People / Feelin Glad (7", Single)||Stateside||2C006-91.228 M||France||1969|
|MSS.2239||Goldrush||Somebody's Turning On The People (7", Single)||Stateside||MSS.2239||New Zealand||1969|
A. Somebody's Turning Written-By – George. On The People Alexander. B. Feelin' Glad Written-By –. Ronald.
Yesterday's Sunshine: The Complete 1967-1968 London Sessions.
Somebody's Watching Me is singer/songwriter Rockwell's debut album, released in 1984 on Motown. It featured the song, "Somebody's Watching Me" (with Michael Jackson on vocals in the chorus), as well as the top 40 hit "Obscene Phone Caller". After being kicked out of the house by his father, Motown founder Berry Gordy, Kennedy Gordy moved in with Ray Singleton, Gordy's ex-wife. While living there, the younger Gordy began working on some music.
Somebody's somebody Somewhere, someone It's 2 o'clock in the morning and I just can't sleep Outside the rain is pourin', I'm lonely as can be Maybe 2night'll be different than the nights before I need 2 feel someone beside me, I can't be alone no more. 2night I wanna be somebody's somebody 2night I wanna belong 2 someone (Someone) 2night I wanna be somebody's somebody 2night I want somebody that'll do it 'til the job gets done (Oh yeah).
Somebody’s Watching Me was released in January 1984 ahead of Rockwell’s debut album of the same name. The song, with its blend of New Wave, R&B and synth-pop (alongside Rockwell’s haughty fake British accent), entered the Billboard Hot 100 on January 28th, 1984 at number 73, where it would spend 19 weeks on the chart and peak at Number Two behind Kenny Loggins’ Footloose. It failed to make a dent on the charts and, after releasing 1986’s underwhelming The Genie, Rockwell retired from the public eye as quickly as he came into it.
This is about how people turn away from the "weak and the weary," despite the fact that suffering is such a big problem in the world. The band split up in 1983 after releasing the album The Final Cut. In 1985, Waters told their record company he was done with the band, which he thought would retire Pink Floyd.
I'm glad, glad, to see you," he said, looking attentively into her eyes, and then quickly went to his place and sat down. I'm glad," answered Dolokhov briefly and clearly, as the song demanded. He leaned his elbows on the table with his pen in his hand and, evidently glad of a chance to say quicker in words what he wanted to write, told Rostov the contents of his letter. He was glad, and at the same instant began to pity the miserable man who stood before him, but the task he had begun had to be completed.
On the turning away From the pale and downtrodden And the words they say Which we won't understand. Don't accept that what's happening Is just a case of others' suffering Or you'll find that you're joining in The turning away". It's a sin that somehow Light is changing to shadow And casting it's shroud Over all we have known. My InterpretationThe turning away is complacency towards the pain and suffering of other people, whether it be a large-scale disaster such as a tsunami or a personal loss such as a death. As you go through life, the cumulative pain of all of the bad things that happen will cause you to turn away and detach yourself emotionally, which in the end hurts mankind as a whole because we become less vested and have less desire to help one another.
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