Tanya Stephens - Call Me Back / Bush Fire album flac
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|A||Call Me Back
Lyrics By – T. Stephens*
|B||Bush Fire (Version)|
- Distributed By – All Access Ent Ltd.
- Executive-Producer – Gerald Belnavis*
- Producer – T. Bonnick*
- Written-By – T. Bonnick*
NotesNo catalogue number etched in vinyl only written on record centre. On the "Bush Fire" rhythm
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Video: Tanya Stephens sings Way Back. Album featuring Way Back. Gangsta Blues (2004).
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Artist: Tanya Stephens. Album: Gangsta Blues, 2006. Mabel Don't Call Me Up. Radio Center Ulyanovsk. Disturbed The Sound of Silence.
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What's Your Story - Tanya Stephens. Seçiniz Video açılmıyor Video içeriği hatalı Şarkı sözü hatalı Şarkı sözü ve video uyuşmuyor. ends Come back inna di house and start bawl pon di floor when 'bup' me hear a key inna di door Guess who? Chorus Stepping in at a quarter to three, talk up what's your story Wha coulda be more important than me, talk up what's your story You coulda deal, me a go disturb the peace, talk up what's your story Somebody please run go call the police, talk up what's your story C'mon now, c'mon now, wha yuh. haffi seh to me Verse 2 Him step inna the house a grin him 32 teeth With some spur o' the moment flowers him pick up outa street Acting like him dont.
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Come a Long Way Lyrics Tanya Stephens. Tanya Stephens - Come a Long Way Songtext. So we've come a long way from picking cotton, many never thought they'd live to see the day when bush pick rice But if all you've become is another house nigga baby tell me was it worth all the sacrifice Get outa my way while i climb to the top now but be sure to catch me if i fall . Don't Call Me up. Mabel.
Tanya Stephens' last album, 2004's Gangsta Blues, won her a lot of fans all around the world, and deservedly so; not only did it have beautiful melodies and hot reggae beats, but it also showcased Stephens' intelligent and humorous lyrical approach. And it is my happy duty to report that she's knocked it out of the park. This album isn't just great, it's heroically great. To back that up, let's talk about the big lead single, "These Streets". It is disorienting at first; her lyrical flow on the verses is all sing-song dancehall, but the song rides quietly on an acoustic folk-guitar riff, and also features motifs from doo-wop (the beautiful backup vocals) and classic reggae (the wistful electric guitar lines).