The Singer Sang His Song" is a song written by Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb and recorded by the English rock group Bee Gees, released in early 1968 as a single along with Jumbo. In some countries the song was the B-side of Jumbo but in others they were promoted as a double A-side. This track was only issued as a single and not included on a studio album at the time, so by standard practice at the time, it was not mixed to stereo.
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The Singer Sang his Song was created in 1968-03. Which singer sang the song Africa for toto? David Paich sang the verse lead, Bobby Kimball sang chorus lead. The Impossible Dream - Johnny Mathis album - was created in 1969.
referencing The Singer Sang His Song, Jumbo, 7", Single, 56242. I have a copy of this single where both labels are the same, but it has 2 different songs. Is that a rare thing?
He'd sing his song most ev'ry night Wishing she was there behind the light The people danced and sang along On the cardboard stage he never sang it wrong. And the piper played the tune And the drummer wore his spurs But the song that the singer sang was for her. Now the singer's song is never heard And the visions he once saw have disappeared Now they never dance or sing along But on the cardboard stage he never sang it wrong. Ah.
Слушайте And The Singer Sings His Song (Album Version) от Neil Diamond из альбома Play Me: The Complete Uni Studio Recordings. Deezer: бесплатная потоковая трансляция музыки
G C D He'd sing his song most every night G C D Wishing she was there behind the light G C D The people danced . G C D And the drummer wore his spurs. G B7 Em G D D7 But the song that the singer sang was for her G C D Now the singer's song is never heard G C D And the visions he once saw are disappeared G C D Now they never dance or sing along. G C D D7 But on the cardboard stage he never sang it wrong D G C D And the piper plays the tune. G B7 Em G D D7 But the song that the singer sang was for her D G B7 Em G D . .This arrangement for the song is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the song
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|7N 17906||Nomads||The Singer Sang His Song (7", Single, Promo)||Pye Records||7N 17906||UK||1970|
|7N 17906||Nomads||The Singer Sang His Song (7", Single)||Pye Records||7N 17906||UK||1970|