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Paul Stone Wight - Then I'll Take Off My Mask Album FLAC

  • Performer: Paul Stone Wight
  • Album: Then I'll Take Off My Mask
  • Label: Special
  • Catalog #: K-2
  • MP3: 2169 mb | FLAC: 1482 mb
  • Country: US
  • Style: Country
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 389
  • Category: Pop / Folk and World
Paul Stone Wight - Then I'll Take Off My Mask Album FLAC


1The Old Fiery Cross
2Then I'll Take Off My Mask


  • Tenor Vocals [Uncredited]Paul Stone Wight


Personal Recording


  • Recorded By – Rodeheaver Recording Labratories
  • Published By – International Music Company


Take off your mask And baby take off all your clothes And lay down with me Where no one needs to know Well your husband is leaving I'm standing down Down below the windowpane I cannot wait To make love to you. And baby oh I know I'm wrong But I do not care And if I go straight to hell I'll be seeing you I'll be seeing you I'll be seeing you there. Now our bodies they are rising Your hair falls down Well it surrounds me This is the very best I've ever had before Well he was screaming Oh you pull away Underneath the pillowcase I feel so cheated Why did he come back. Ben, take off that mask. Текст песни: Ill build you a shiny dollhouse or church For you to shrink into a tiny wight spider And gorge on horrid memories with conceited wings Smother the past in a cocoon for me. Wight Spider. Чтобы добавлять треки в плейлисты, нужно авторизоваться. Создать плейлист. Скопировать ссылку. As Paul told Rolling Stone in 1974, Someone from the office rang me up and said, Look, Paul, youre dead. And I said, Oh, I dont agree with that. With Paul off the grid in Scotland, Taylor kept denying the gossip with all his usual charm: The Paul McCartney who wrote And I Love Her still loves you, and is still alive, and has a lot to write. There are a thousand songs unwritten and much to do. Fortunately, Paul is still around to celebrate this anniversary - hes always been bemused by the whole thing, even calling one album Paul Is Live. It was more than just a rock-star rumor-it inspired ordinary fans to turn into detectives, and permanently changed the way people consume music. Ski Mask hopped back onstage for a second before getting chased by a large group of Rob's people. A fight ensued, cops showed up and the footage soon went viral online. The melee came a day after Florida native Ski Mask was escorted off the stage during Rob tone's set in the latter's hometown of San Diego. Clearly, bad blood was brewing. I'll Take Off My Mask. I'm Not Your Steppin' Stone is a rock song written by Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart. It was first recorded by Paul Revere & the Raiders and appeared on their album Midnight Ride, released in May 1966. The song is simple musically, with a repeating verse chord progression of E major, G major, A major, and C major, and a repeating bridge in cut time of E major, G major, A major, and G major. And 'I'll Take You There' had always appealed to me as a song, because there was a Harry J & the Allstars instrumental called 'Liquidator' about an assassin. And it's the bass line to 'I'll Take You There. In fact, it came out in Jamaica and in England two years before 'I'll Take You There' came out in America. And 'I'll Take You There' is, for all intents and purposes, just the 'Liquidator' with lyrics on the top. I did a Google search on this phrase and found out it was then Vice President Spiro T. Agnew from a speech made in San Diego in 1970. He was referring to the media. Curious that this would be at the end of this song. Julia Stone, the sister half of the Angus & Julia Stone folk and indie pop group, has marked her return to the solo music scene. The 36-year-old released Break on Thursday, her first solo material in eight years. In the accompanying music video, the Sydney-born artist leads a dance group through various locations in Mexico City. New music: Folk and indie pop star Julia Stone, 36, pictured has returned to the music scene with Break - her first solo material in eight years. Pictured in September 2019. The single, produced by St. Vincent Annie Clark and Doveman's Thomas Bartlett, fea