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Listen to Crystal Gayle Paintin' This Old Town Blue MP3 song. Paintin' This Old Town Blue song from the album EMI Country Masters is released on Mar 2003. The duration of song is 02:09. This song is sung by Crystal Gayle.
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Talking in Your Sleep" was released in early 1978, and was a hit mid-year. The song proved an instant follow-up for Gayle on the Pop charts, being she hadn't had another Top 40 Pop hit since "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue" the previous year. Talking in Your Sleep" was released on Gayle's major-selling album from that year called When I Dream. Painting This Old Town Blue", "When I Dream", "Hello I Love You".
Painting This Old Town Blue chords. I'll Get Over You chords. Home, C, Crystal Gayle, Talking In Your Sleep chords. Crystal Gayle – Talking In Your Sleep chords. G7 CTalking in your sleep with loving on your mind. C Am DmMaybe I'm bein' foolish 'cause I haven't heard you mention. Em Am Em DmAnybody's name at all how I wish I could be sure. Em Am D7It's me that turns you on each time you close your eyes. Dm C F CI've heard it said that dreamers never lie. Dm EmYou've been talking in your sleep sleepin' in your dreams. F G7 C DmWith some sweet lover holdin' on so tight. Em A7 DmLovin her the way you used to love me.
It includes a couple of big hits - the title track and "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue" - but concentrates more on revealing Gayle's considerable gift as a singer of popular (not just urban country) songs in an astonishing variety of styles. Budget-priced, it showcases a huge swath of her work in the 1980s, covering tunes by Bill Withers ("Ain't No Sunshine"), Will Jennings ("Same Old Story"), Tom Waits ("Take Me Home," from the soundtrack of Francis Ford Coppola's surreal Las Vegas fantasy One from the Heart), and many others. Talking in Your Sleep. Roger Cook, Bobby Wood.
Gayle released a new recording of a previously recorded album track from her album Crystal as her follow up single to "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue". Although the single, "Ready for the Times to Get Better", became her fourth number-one Country hit, it failed to reach the Pop Top 40 (number 52). Gayle's next album, When I Dream, yielded three Top 3 Country hits – the No. 1 songs "Talking in Your Sleep" and "Why Have You Left the One You Left Me For" as well as the number 3 title track .