Frederic Fradkin - Lonesome, That's All / I'm Waiting For Ships That Never Come In download mp3 album
Now, I've always been a loser It seems that I never can win And I'm just a dreamer who's waiting For ships that never come in. I wonder, where they can be. .The easy, fast & fun way to learn how to sing: 30DaySinger. Sheet Music Playlist. Written by: ABE OLMAN, JACK YELLEN. INC. Lyrics Licensed & Provided by LyricFind. Watch the song video. I'm Waiting For Ships That Never Come In. more tracks from the album. My Heart's Like a Welcome Mat. Teardrops of Regret. I Could Cry. Mexican Joe.
boys it's hard When you're there with both ends open and you can't draw the winning card Now I've always been a loser it seems that I never can win And I'm just a dreamer who's waiting for ships that never come in I wonder where they can be. Teile diesen Songtext.
Am looking for the song when you get to heavensome morning fair l need the words please someone help. Peter Taylor 25 June 2019 Reply. There's a song from either the 60s or 70s, sung by a female vocalist, that includes the line 'my own baby daughter, my raggedy (I'm not sure about this word!) daughter - my friend, my only friend' . I’m not too sure so I only think of her every once in a while. Chorus is every once in a while Song title probably something to do with every once in a while but I don’t know the singer name. It’s NOT the Blackhawk song.
I'm waiting for ships that never come in just watching and waiting in vain It seems that life's stormy sea holds nothing for me But broken dreams and shattered schemes With each new day's dawning I try to pretend one more tomorrow and waiting will end I'm waiting for ships that never come in I wonder where they can. be. Now life is only a game of poker and happiness is the pot They'd deal you five cards in the cradle and you play with your like it or not Some game had a start with and the game doesn't seem on the square When you pick up your cards and discover th.I've got all the heartaches I can handle. I believe I'm entitled to you. Your love. I'm waiting for ships that never come in Тексты песен являются собственностью соответствующих художников, писателей и этикетки. Эти тексты служат только для eduacational целей.
They indeed know that the person they are waiting for is never going to come, but they still don't stop waiting. They are too nice to hurt anybody. That's why they wait calmly and silently at their corner, alone. 3. No matter how many people surround them, they are lonely as long as the person they are waiting for doesn't come. 4. Days, weeks, months and years are just numbers for them. The time just goes by and they can't do anything about it. 5. Hope is the most vital thing that keeps them going
With each day of sorrow I love to pretend One more tomorrow and waiting will end I'm waiting for ships that never come in I wonder where they can be With each day of sorrow. Dieser text wurde 392 mal gelesen. Beliebte Lieder von Künstler, Band. Eddy Arnold - Happy Birthday To You. Eddy Arnold - Millions Of Roses. Eddy Arnold - You Are So Beautiful. Eddy Arnold - Here Comes Santa Claus.
Are You Lonesome Tonight?" is a song which was written by Roy Turk and Lou Handman in 1926. It was recorded several times in 1927-first by Charles Hart, with successful versions by Vaughn De Leath, Henry Burr, and the duet of Jerry Macy and John Ryan. In 1950 the Blue Barron Orchestra version reached the top twenty on the Billboard's Pop Singles chart.
Never Come Back Again. Produced by Jordan Schmidt. Never Come Back Again Lyrics. I wanna see the world I wanna sail the ocean I wanna know what it feels like to never come back again. I wanna feel the waves Crushin’ down on heartache I wanna find the key to the sky and never come back again. I wanna wake my soul Climb the highest mountain I wanna write my name in the clouds and never come back again. I wanna see the end Of a world that’s rounded I wanna know what it feels like to never come back again. I wanna ease my mind Of all the doubt that haunts it I wanna run out in the light and never come back again.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||Lonesome, That's All
Written-By – Bradley*, Roberts*
|B||I'm Waiting For Ships That Never Come In
Written-By – Olman*, Yellen*
- Record Company – The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company
- Orchestra – Unknown Artist
- Violin – Frederic Fradkin*
NotesViolin solo with orchestra.
Recorded June, 1923, New York, NY.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): 10749 2467A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout): 10745 2467B