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Cliff Spencer - Too Much To Take / Runaway Lover flac album

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Performer: Cliff Spencer
Title: Too Much To Take / Runaway Lover
Released: 1982
Style: Power Pop
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.6 ✦

Too Much Too Soon is the second album by the American hard rock band New York Dolls. It was released on May 10, 1974, by Mercury Records. The album was recorded earlier that year at A&R Studios in New York City with veteran producer Shadow Morton. He had been enlisted by New York Dolls frontman David Johansen after the group felt dissatisfied with the recording of their 1973 self-titled debut album

Musician: Cliff Spencer. Album's title: Too Much To Take, Runaway Lover. Written By – Cliff Spencer.

I was listening to the ocean I saw a face in the sand But when I picked it up Then it vanished away from my hands, down I had a dream I was seven Climbing my way in a tree I saw a piece of heaven Waiting, impatient, for me. And I was running far away Would I run off the world someday? Nobody knows, nobody knows And I was dancing in the rain I felt alive and I can't complain. But now take me home Take me home where I belong I can't take it anymore

Too Much to Dream (оригинал Allie X). Слишком замечталась (перевод slavik4289). There's a place I can go where the rides never close. A cruel reality when you've had too much to dream. Суровая реальность, где приходится много мечтать –. Better keep your eyes shut, cause you don't wanna wake up. Лучше не открывать глаза, ведь тебе не хочется просыпаться. Through the mouth of a clown, take the zipper, go down. Сквозь клоунский рот расстегни застёжку, What a thrill (Thrill, thrill).

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