Death of a Ladies' Man is the fifth studio album by Leonard Cohen. Produced and co-written by Phil Spector, the voice of typically minimalist Cohen was surrounded by Spector's Wall of Sound, which included multiple tracks of instrument overdubs. The album was originally released by Warner Bros. but was later picked up by Cohen's long-time label, Columbia Records.
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So I started walking her way She belonged to bad man Jose And I knew, yes I knew I should leave When I heard her say, yeah. Come a little bit closer You're my kind of man So big and so strong Come a little bit closer I'm all alone and the night is so long". So we started to dance In my arms, she felt so inviting And I just couldn't resist Just one little kiss, so exciting. Then the music stopped When I looked the cafe was empty Then I heard Jose say "Man, you know you're in trouble plenty". So I dropped my drink from my hand And out through the window I ran And as I rode away I could hear her say to Jose, yeah. La la la la la la la La la la la la la la Wo oh ho I still hear her say I still hear her say. 4. Embed. About Come a Little Bit Closer.
Comedy Central Jokes - Two Southern Ladies - Two southern ladies are sitting at the country club by the pool. The first southern lady says, "When I had my first child, my husband bought me a diamond ring. Two southern ladies are sitting at the country club by the pool. The second lady says, "Well, isn't that nice. The first lady says, "When my second child was born, my husband took me on a cruise. The second lady says,''well isn't that nice The first lady continues, "When my third child was born, my husband took me on a trip around the world. And the second lady says, once again, "Well, isn't that nice.
|Southern Ladies Kind Of Man||2:26|
|Come On In||2:21|
|JD 125||Bobby Hood||Southern Ladies Kind Of Man / Come On In (7")||Johnny Dollar Records||JD 125||US||1977|
|PL-169||Bobby Hood||Come On In (7", Single, Mono, Promo)||Plantation Records||PL-169||US||Unknown|