The Apollas - Who Would Want Me Now / You'll Always Have Me download mp3 album
Like a bullet in my chest You’re written, bound and etched Forever in my mind. We are fading in our hands Lost somewhere in a wasteland Not knowing up from down. But when the walls are caving And the world keeps turning We got the love, we got to love. Now I will never let you go All the words won’t make me fold It is never easy I’ll follow you, Apollo. Now I will never let you go Give it time and we will grow Ain’t no fun in easy I’ll follow you, Apollo I’ll follow you, Apollo. I wear my heart on my sleeve You do the same for me When autumn comes around. But when the walls are.
International Standard Version You'll always have the destitute with you, but you'll not always have me. NET Bible For you will always have the poor with you, but you will not always have me! New Heart English Bible For you always have the poor with you; but you do not always have me. Aramaic Bible in Plain English For you have the poor always with you, but you do not have me always. 11) Ye have the poor always with yo. Our Lord dealt with the objection of the murmurers on their own ground, as if it were genuine, and does not openly rebuke the dishonesty of the chief objector. But look and tone, and the solemn pathos of the words, "Me ye have not always," must have made the Traitor feel that he was in the presence of One who read the secrets of his heart.
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It'll be big, and it'll probably have hand-written notes and sketches, details about what inspired the painting, to give you a look at what was going on inside my head. Because whenever I paint, I paint on the floor, and I often take Polaroids so I can see the painting for depth purposes; I still have all those photos of the paintings, from the very first stroke to the end. Sometimes that's kind of interesting to look at. Do you have a working title for the album? It's still to be determined, but I think it's the album that should be called Marilyn Manson
Someday (You'll Want Me to Want You)" is a popular song. It was written by Hugh Starr and published in 1944. The song has become a standard, recorded by many pop and country music singers. Elton Britt's 1946 version peaked at on the country charts. The recording by Vaughn Monroe was released by RCA Victor Records as catalog number 20-3510 (78rpm) and 47-2986. It first reached the Billboard magazine Best Seller chart on July 29, 1949 and lasted eighteen weeks on the chart, spending two weeks at #1.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||Who Would Want Me Now
Written-By – Dick Glasser, Terry Slater
|B||You'll Always Have Me
Written-By – Ashford - Simpson*
- Arranged By – Gene Page
- Producer – Dick Glasser
- Vocals [The Apollas Are] – Billie*, Ella*, Leola*
NotesA Side Published by Richbare Music / Rook Music
B Side Published by Babymonica Music Inc. / Flomar Music Inc.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A Side): K15876
- Matrix / Runout (B Side): JX70092
- Rights Society: BMI
|7086||The Apollas||Who Would Want Me Now / You'll Always Have Me (7", Single, Promo)||Warner Bros. Records||7086||US||1967|
|5085||The Apollas||Who Would Want Me Now (7")||Warner Bros. Records||5085||France||Unknown|