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  1. Dora Reply
    That one-off acetate has since been valued at $, by Record Collector magazine. Returning to Sun Studios on January 4, , he recorded a second acetate, "I'll Never Stand in Your Way" / "It Wouldn't Be the Same Without You". Phillips had already cut the first records by blues artists such as Howlin' Wolf and Junior Parker.
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    And it sings the same old song Now its raining down on me And I can't believe they're gone All the dreams I used to see Is now killing me inside. Killing me inside I see you can breathe inside My brain is obsessed with sorrow Killing me inside My brain is obsessed with sorrow. I see you can breathe inside My brain is obsessed with sorrow.
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    serenaders- tears nobody & a smile - unreleased motown v.i.p. acetate recorded circa
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    Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about The Four Tops* - It's The Same Old Song / Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever at Discogs. Complete your .
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    Lyrics to 'Room Service' by Bryan Adams. When a hotel room's the closest thing you've got to home, You could be in Philadelphia, you could even be in Rome, You gotta dial nine to get an outside line, I even need a concierge just to take a drive - it's a crazy life.
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    "It's the Same Old Song" is a song recorded by the Four Tops for the Motown label. It was released in as the second single from their second album. Written and produced by Motown's main production team Holland–Dozier–Holland, the song is today one of The Tops' signature songs, and was reportedly created—from initial concept to commercial release—in 24 sinsnabirlalitisyrepbeferbankra.coinfo: 7" single.
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    "It's the Same Old Song" is a song recorded by the Four Tops for the Motown label. It was released in as the second single from their second album.
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    Lyrics to 'Apologies' by Dropping Daylight. On and on we carry on. We turn off and turn on the same old song, and I can't get you to sing along, so sit down and shut up or leave me.