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Bring It On Home To Me/You Send Me - Rod Stewart - Smiler (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Jul 25,  · If you ever change your mind About leaving, leaving me behind Baby bring it to me, bring your sweet loving Bring it on home to me I know I laughed when you left But now I know that I only hurt myself Honey bring it to me, bring your sweet loving Bring it on home to me Let me tell you all about it I'll give you tulips and money too That ain't all, that ain't all I'd do for you If you'll bring.
  2. Artist: Rod Stewart Genre: Rock Release Date: 06/23/ Label: Polygram Pop/Jazz Catalog Number: Recording: Studio Length: Format: Vinyl LP Note: Includes download code.
  3. Rod Stewart - Bring It On Home To Me / You Send Me (Letra e música para ouvir) - Well if you ever want to come home to me / I'll still be here waiting / / If you ever change your mind / about leaving, leaving me behind / Baby bring it to.
  4. Musicians appearing on the album included members of Stewart's band Faces, as well as frequent collaborators Martin Quittenton (guitars), Pete Sears (bass and keyboards), and Mickey Waller (drums), who had become something of a second band for Stewart. Smiler contains a Sam Cooke medley, "Bring It On Home to Me/You Send Me", plus "Mine for Me.
  5. Rod Stewart released this song in as part of a medley with "You Send Me" and charted it on the UK Singles Chart at #7 as a double A-side with "Farewell". Van Morrison included a cover version of the song on his live album, It's Too Late to Stop Now, and again on his album, Roll with the Punches.
  6. Well if you ever want to come home to me I'll still be here waiting. If you ever change your mind about leaving, leaving me behind Baby bring it to me, bring your sweet loving bring it on home to me. I know I laughed when you left but now I know that I only hurt myself Honey bring it to me, bring your sweet loving bring it on home to me Let me tell you all about it.
  7. Well if you ever want to come home to me I'll still be here waiting If you ever change your mind About leaving, leaving me behind Baby bring it to me, bring your sweet loving Bring it on home to me I know I laughed when you left But now I know that I only hurt myself.
  8. Rod Stewart's Smiler was considered one of rock's worst albums upon its release in , drawing comparisons to other disappointing albums by established artists such as Bob Dylan's Self croscompmenmevulrevertetidikettick.coinfo course, time gives us more perspective. Smiler is actually quite listenable, though there appears to be no distinct artistic vision, rhyme, or reason to the track selection or sequencing, as it.

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