Harvey Scales - Somebody Else's Somebody album flac
|1||Somebody Else's Somebody||4:43|
|2||I'd Do It With You||4:49|
|3||I'd Do It With You (Club Mix)||6:50|
- Arranged By – Melvin Griffin
- Producer, Written By – Harvey Scales
Harvey Scales - Somebody Else's Somebody Audio CD Release Date: September 23, 1997 Scales the author of the Johnnie Taylor hit "Disco Lady" - tries.
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Somebody Else's Somebody. Somebody Else's Somebody.
Producer, Written By – Harvey Scales.
Harvey Scales (September 27, 1942 – February 11, 2019) was an American R&B singer, songwriter, and producer. Born in Osceola, Arkansas and grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, . In 1961 he formed Harvey Scales & The Seven Sounds along with Albert James Vance. He has written songs for dells, The Dramatics, The O'Jays etc. He recorded singles for Cuca Records, Stax, Cadet Concept Records and Magic Touch Records. He co-wrote "Disco Lady" along with Johnnie Taylor and Albert James Vance in 1976, becoming one of the songwriters that wrote the first platinum single in .
Somebody Else's Guy" is a 1984 song written and popularized by Jocelyn Brown. On the US soul chart, the single peaked at number two and stalled at number seventy-five on the Hot 100. but in the UK it made the pop top twenty. On the disco chart, "Somebody Else's Guy" peaked at number thirteen. It was the title track of Brown's debut solo album, released the same year. 12" Single, US, VND D01. "Somebody Else's Guy" (Vocal 12" Version) - 6:28. Somebody Else's Guy" (Instrumental Dub) - 5:45.
you are somebody else's guy Oh, yeah Why you want to do this to me, boy. (Somebody else's guy). Can you remember the times we've spent together Sharin' the days in the sun But then I found out that you were somebody else's love After all our plans we've made, now they're shattered. You know I loved you so, baby, that I can't let you go, no You are the one who make me feel so real Ooh, what am I supposed to do when I'm so hooked on you And then I realized that you're somebody else's guy. Oh, I can't get off my high horse and I can't let go You are the one who makes me feel so real Ooh, what am I supposed to do when I'm so hooked on you And realized that you're somebody else's guy.
Somebody else's problem" (also "someone else's problem") is a phrase used to describe an issue which is dismissed by a person on the grounds that they consider somebody else to be responsible for it. The term is also used to refer to a factor that is "out of scope" in a particular context. Douglas Adams's 1982 novel Life, the Universe and Everything (in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy comedy science fiction series) introduces the idea of an "SEP field" as a kind of cloaking device.
Definitely somebody else's. Unless you actually are talking about ownership of a word. Perhaps you have a store called "Everything Else" and when they brought the new sign, the fonts didn't match and you told the delivery guy, "That's somebody's else, but it's not mine. That would make it somebody else's else. Jim Jan 2 '14 at 0:47. At least one match comes from a book written in 1894 with the following passage: Would you say, Somebody else's or somebody's else?
An Indie and Rock song that uses Acoustic Drums and Electric Bass to emote its Carefree moods. License Somebody Else's Problem by Behaviours. Put up a sign to the back of the line when you’re turned down and you get what you get if’ you’re too proud when you make it to the front then you;ll find out. Oh, oh, oh, everybody’s watching so don’t fall, don’t let it drop em. Hey babe, what do you say When you gotta get up and start walking that way People in the crowd with their head down hope you don’t stop em It’s somebody else’s problem Somebody else’s problem
Somebody Else's Business. Released by Warner Music Group Mar 2003. "source":4,"source id":"8183","object type":4,"id":"8183","title":"Pet Shop Boys","status":0}. Somebody Else's Business song from the album Disco 3 is released on Mar 2003. The duration of song is 03:29. This song is sung by Pet Shop Boys.