James Ingram - I Wanna Come Back album flac
|1||I Wanna Come Back (Fade)||4:29|
|2||I Wanna Come Back (12" Extended Version)||6:39|
- Edited By – Greg Royal (tracks: 2)
|0-21311||James Ingram||I Wanna Come Back (12", Maxi)||Warner Bros. Records||0-21311||US||1989|
|PRO CD 3637||James Ingram||I Wanna Come Back (CD, Ltd, Promo)||Warner Bros. Records||PRO CD 3637||US||1989|
|7-22863||James Ingram||I Wanna Come Back (7", Single)||Warner Bros. Records||7-22863||US||1989|
|7-22863-DJ||James Ingram||I Wanna Come Back (7", Single, Promo)||Warner Bros. Records||7-22863-DJ||US||1989|
|PRO-A-3637||James Ingram||I Wanna Come Back (12", Promo)||Warner Bros. Records||PRO-A-3637||US||1989|
James Edward Ingram (born February 16, 1952) is an American singer, songwriter, record producer, and instrumentalist. He is a two-time Grammy Award-winner and a two-time Academy Award nominee for Best Original Song
James Ingram - I Wanna Come Back. Повторите попытку позже. Опубликовано: 29 янв. 2019 г. From his 1989 album It's Real.
American singer, songwriter, record producer and instrumentalist. For other people named James Ingram, see James Ingram (disambiguation). Ingram was born in Akron, Ohio, where he attended Akron's East High School and received a track scholarship to the University of Akron. Subsequently he moved to Los Angeles and played with the band Revelation Funk, which made an appearance in the Rudy Ray Moore film Dolemite. He also later played keyboards for Ray Charles before becoming famous Career. 18. - - - "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Man".
A I Wanna Come Back (LP Version) 4:49. B I Wanna Come Back (Fade). I Wanna Come Back (12", Maxi). I Wanna Come Back (CD, Single, Promo). I Wanna Come Back (CD, Ltd, Promo). I Wanna Come Back (7", Warner Bros.
I wanna come back home I wanna come back I wanna come back home. Oh I need to tell you thank you 'Cause I think that you're the one You don't see what goes on in me Or all the damage that I've done.
I am come back was used, but it is extremely archaic and no longer considered good grammar. People will understand you, but it’s not ‘comfortable’ English. I am (I’m) coming back is perfectly fine, and good English. I have come back (from somewhere, and/or to do something) which is a reference to the past and can sometimes allude to the present/future. For example: I’ve (I have) come back (from wherever I was), because I forgot my keys! I’ve come back to school, to get my diploma. Hope this helps :) 2. k views · View 6 Upvoters.