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Tonight


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grah3am

 Genre: Folk-Rock

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Lyrics by the late Mark Rodgers, of Oink! and Round the Bend fame. He eventually married the subject of the song, you'll be pleased to know.
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Tonight

The sheeted dead will squeak and gibber
In the streets tonight
Enoch will sing Old Man River on TV tonight
Karl Marx will shout Up the Tories
From his tomb tonight
And you’ll come looking naked for me
in my room tonight

You will tell me that you love me
In my bed tonight
You will plant a lot of kisses
On my head tonight
All our wrongs will all be righted
We won’t care tonight
Flying pigs have just been sighted
In the air tonight

I will put my arms around you
when we meet tonight
I’ll say glad you came around
You look a treat tonight
We’ll spend several hours kissing
In my room tonight
You can’t stop a guy from wishing
On his own tonight
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Uploaded: Feb 20, 2006 - 02:29:11 PM
Last Updated: Feb 19, 2006 - 11:08:06 AM Last Played: Nov 01, 2018 - 04:36:27 AM
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Hardware:
Ovation guitar
M Audio keyboard
Software:
GB 2
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Name: Graham Exton
Location: Bahamas
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One - time British comic strip writer, now full - time teacher in the Bahamas. I've been waiting patiently for Apple to come up with Garageband since I had to abandon my Portastudio in the UK. ... [see more]

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Genre Info
Folk-rock is a musical genre, combining elements of folk music and rock music. In the original and narrowest sense, the term referred to a genre that arose in the United States and Canada around the mid-1960s. The sound was epitomized by tight vocal

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