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She Believe In Me (Cover Version of Kenny Rogers)
She Believe In Me (Cover Version of Kenny Rogers)


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'She Believe in Me'' as originally recoreded by Steve Gibb.
Written by: Steve Gibb (not the Steve Gibb who is the son of Barry Gibb)

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 She Believe In Me

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"She Believes In Me" is a song recorded by American country music singer Kenny Rogers. It was released in April 1979 as the second single from his album The Gambler. The song was written and first recorded by Steve Gibb (not the Steve Gibb who is the son of Barry Gibb) and is the tale of a songwriter who has a beloved who supports him, although he sometimes wonders why.

Rogers was reaching the peak of his career at this time, and "She Believes In Me" became one of his biggest crossover hits in the late spring of 1979, reaching number one on the Billboard Country Singles chart.[1] "She Believes in Me" also peaked at number five on the Billboard Hot 100 pop singles chart, and number one on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.[2] It was also a minor pop hit in Great Britain reaching number 42.[3]

The melody of the chorus also somewhat resembles the chorus of "Lost Without Your Love" by soft rock band Bread (released in 1976), with the chords and structure having some similar properties.


While she lays sleeping
I stay out late at night and play my songs
And sometimes, all the nights can be so long
And it's good when I finally make it home
All alone

While she lays dreaming
I try to get undressed without the light
And quietly she says, "How was your night?"
And I come to her and say, "It was all right"
And I hold her tight

And she believes in me
I'll never know just what she sees in me
I told her someday, if she was my girl
I could change the world with my little songs
I was wrong

But she has faith in me
And so I go on trying faithfully
And who knows maybe, on some special night
If my song is right, I will find a way
Find a way

While she lays waiting
I stumble to the kitchen for a bite
Then I see my old guitar in the night
Just waiting for me like a secret friend
And there's no end

While she lays crying
I fumble with a melody or two
And I'm torn between the things that I should do
And she says to wake her up when I am through
God, her love is true

And she believes in me
I'll never know just what she sees in me
I told her someday, if she was my girl
I could change the world with my little songs
I was wrong

But she has faith in me
And so I go on trying faithfully
And who knows maybe, on some special night
If my song is right, I will find a way
While she waits, while she waits for me

Songwriters
GIBB, STEVE

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Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group




Read more: Kenny Rogers - She Believes In Me Lyrics | Wikia 

She Believe In Me (Cover Version of Kenny Rogers)
She Believe In Me (Cover Version of Kenny Rogers)

She Believe In Me (Cover Version of Kenny Rogers)
She Believe In Me (Cover Version of Kenny Rogers)

She Believe In Me (Cover Version of Kenny Rogers)
She Believe In Me (Cover Version of Kenny Rogers)

She Believe In Me (Cover Version of Kenny Rogers)
She Believe In Me (Cover Version of Kenny Rogers)

She Believe In Me (Cover Version of Kenny Rogers)
She Believe In Me (Cover Version of Kenny Rogers)

She Believe In Me (Cover Version of Kenny Rogers)
She Believe In Me (Cover Version of Kenny Rogers)

She Believe In Me (Cover Version of Kenny Rogers)
She Believe In Me (Cover Version of Kenny Rogers)

She Believe In Me (Cover Version of Kenny Rogers)
She Believe In Me (Cover Version of Kenny Rogers)

She Believe In Me (Cover Version of Kenny Rogers)
She Believe In Me (Cover Version of Kenny Rogers)

She Believe In Me (Cover Version of Kenny Rogers)
She Believe In Me (Cover Version of Kenny Rogers)

She Believe In Me (Cover Version of Kenny Rogers)
She Believe In Me (Cover Version of Kenny Rogers)

She Believe In Me (Cover Version of Kenny Rogers)
She Believe In Me (Cover Version of Kenny Rogers)

Annie's Song (Cover Version of John Denver)

My 3rd attempt record again. I love this song so much. I am working hard to have this song be one of my signature song too. Last night I met one old friend of mine, Shelly, whom she gave me some feedback on my singing, I need to be relax to have more nature sound from my singing. I am seeking new way to get my song record and will be have some changes very soon. I wanna to capture it like those in recording studio.

"Annie's Song" (also known as "Annie's Song (You Fill Up My Senses)") is a folk rock and country song recorded and written by singer-songwriter John Denver. The song was released as a single from Denver's album, Back Home Again. It was his second number-one song in the United States, occupying that spot for two weeks in July 1974. "Annie's Song" also went to number one on the Easy Listening chart.[1] Billboard ranked it as the No. 25 song for 1974.

It went to number one in the United Kingdom, where it was Denver's only major hit single (many of Denver's American hits were more familiar in the UK through cover versions by other artists). Four years later, an instrumental version also became flutist James Galway's only major British hit.


Annie's Song (Cover Version of John Denver)
Annie's Song (Cover Version of John Denver)

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"Annie's Song'' Originally sang by John Denver.

Written by: John Denver. 
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"Annie's Song" was written as an ode to Denver's wife at the time, Annie Martell Denver. Denver "wrote this song in July 1973 in about ten-and-a-half minutes one day on a ski lift" to the top of Ajax Mountain in Aspen, Colorado, as the physical exhilaration of having "just skied down a very difficult run" and the feeling of total immersion in the beauty of the colors and sounds that filled all senses inspired him to think about his wife.[2][3] Annie Denver recalls the beginnings: "It was written after John and I had gone through a pretty intense time together and things were pretty good for us. He left to go skiing and he got on the Ajax chair on Aspen mountain and the song just came to him. He skied down and came home and wrote it down... Initially it was a love song and it was given to me through him, and yet for him it became a bit like a prayer."

"The first time I heard 'Annie's Song,' I told John it had the same melody as Tchaikovsky's Fifth Symphony, Second Movement," says Milt Okun. "He walked over to the piano, sat for an hour and came back, and the only thing remaining from Tchaikovsky was the first five notes. It was fantastic."[4]

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Lyrics

You fill up my senses
Like a night in a forest
Like the mountains in springtime
Like a walk in the rain
Like a storm in the desert
Like a sleepy blue ocean
You fill up my senses
Come fill me again

Come, let me love you
Let me give my life to you
Let me drown in your laughter
Let me die in your arms
Let me lay down beside you
Let me always be with you
Come, let me love you
Come love me again

Let me give my life to you
Come, let me love you
Come love me again

You fill up my senses
Like a night in a forest
Like the mountains in springtime
Like a walk in the rain
Like a storm in the desert
Like a sleepy blue ocean
You fill up my senses
Come fill me again

Songwriters
DENVER, JOHN

Published by
Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., WARNER CHAPPELL MUSIC INC

Read more: John Denver - Annie's Song Lyrics | Wikia

Annie's Song (Cover Version of John Denver)
Annie's Song (Cover Version of John Denver)

Annie's Song (Cover Version of John Denver)
Annie's Song (Cover Version of John Denver)

Annie's Song (Cover Version of John Denver)
Annie's Song (Cover Version of John Denver)

Annie's Song (Cover Version of John Denver)
Annie's Song (Cover Version of John Denver)

Annie's Song (Cover Version of John Denver)
Annie's Song (Cover Version of John Denver)

Goodbye (Cover Version of Air Supply)

Goodbye

I took this song seriously when I was having Piano lesson from a young sweet lady whom graduated from University of Adelaide SA, Australia.  I was greatly impressed with her gifted musical talent.  Unfortunately she told me she only love WHITE man.  Her wishes was to get a WHITE husband from western countries.  The sad news she left the music school without saying goodbye to me.  Anyway this lovely love song I would like to dedicate to her.  This song always remind me of her.  BTW I learned to play this song on piano in a hard way.  Memorised by hard code method!!!!

The Vanishing Race is the 12th album by Australian soft rock band Air Supply released in 1993. The album didn't reach US charts, except the single "Goodbye", which peaked at #35 on the Adult Contemporary Chart. The album became especially relevant in Asia, where singles "Goodbye", which got to be #1 in several Asian countries, and "It's Never Too Late" made the album reach platinum certification.[2] The album sold over 4 millions copies around the world.
 
Goodbye (Cover Version of Air Supply)
Goodbye (Cover Version of Air Supply)

Goodbye

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'Goodbye' Sang by Air Supply
Written by:Air Supply

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Air Supply is an Australian soft rock duo, consisting of singer-songwriter and guitarist Graham Russell and lead vocalist Russell Hitchcock. They had a succession of hits worldwide, including eight Top Ten hits in the United States, in the early 1980s. They formed in Australia in 1975 and have included various accompanying musicians and singers. The Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) inducted Air Supply into their Hall of Fame on 1 December 2013 at the annual ARIA Awards.


Chrissie Hammond, Russell Hitchcock, and Graham Russell met in May 1975 while performing in the Australian production of the Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice musical, Jesus Christ Superstar.[1][2] With Hammond and Hitchcock on vocals and Russell on guitar, they formed a harmony vocal group in Melbourne, while the show was still playing.[3] Hammond left the vocal group to form Cheetah and was replaced by Jeremy Paul (ex-Soffrok and later Divinyls) on bass guitar and vocals in 1976.[1] Together, Hitchcock, Russell and Paul formed Air Supply. The group's first single, "Love and Other Bruises", was released in November 1976 and peaked at No. 6 on the Australian Kent Music Report Singles Chart in January 1977.[4] It was followed by Air Supply, their debut album, in December, which reached No. 17 on the Kent Music Report Albums Chart and achieved gold in Australia.[1][4] The album was produced by Peter Dawkins (Spectrum, Ross Ryan) with Air Supply line-up as Hitchcock, Paul, Russell and drummer Jeff Browne, guitarist Mark McEntee and keyboardist, arranger Adrian Scott.[1][2] Other singles were "If You Knew Me", "Empty Pages" and "Feel the Breeze" but none reached the Top 40.[4] A national tour followed with Hitchcock, Paul, Russell and Scott joined by Nigel Macara (ex-Tamam Shud, Ariel) on drums and Brenton White (Skintight) on guitar.[1][2] Brenton White rehearsed but did not perform with Air Supply

Their second album, The Whole Thing's Started, also produced by Dawkins,[3] was released in July 1977 with White replaced on lead guitar by Alan Kendall.[1] The album spawned the singles "Do What You Do" (June), "That's How the Whole Thing Started" (October) and "Do It Again" (February 1978) but neither album nor singles charted into the Top 40.[4] From late 1977, the group supported Rod Stewart during his tour of Australia—he invited them to continue to the United States and Canada. Their third album, Love & Other Bruises, included re-recordings of some earlier tracks, was made mid-tour in Los Angeles in July–August and released later that year in the US on Columbia Records with Jimmy Horowitz producing.[3] During the tour, Paul left the band with a new line-up of Hitchcock, Macara, and Russell, plus Rex Goh on guitar, Joey Carbone on keyboards, Robin LeMesurier on lead guitar and Howard Sukimoto on bass guitar.[2] Paul, in 1980, recruited fellow former Air Supply bandmate McEntee in the line-up of Divinyls, fronted by Chrissie Amphlett. Air Supply performed in London supporting Chicago and Boz Scaggs.[1]

Although their music had some commercial success, Russell claimed, on a 1995 DVD, that he and Hitchcock were so poor that they checked the backs of hotel sofas for change so that they could buy bread to make toast. By early 1978, the line-up was Hitchcock, Russell, and Macara with George Terry and Joey Murcia on guitar, George Bitzer on keyboards and Harold Cowart on bass guitar.[1][2] However, by mid-1978, only Hitchcock and Russell remained in the line-up, backed by Ralph Cooper (Windchase) on drums and former Sailor members Brian Hamilton on bass guitar and vocals and David Moyse on guitar.[1][2]

In April 1979, the band released Life Support, a concept album which included a picture disc on its first printing. The album was recorded at Trafalgar Studios in Sydney. The album had a five-and-a-half-minute version of "Lost in Love", written by Graham Russell in 15 minutes; it was released as a single and peaked at No. 13 in Australia and No. 13 in New Zealand.[4][5] The track caught the attention of Arista Records boss Clive Davis, who remixed the song and released it as a single in the US early the next year. In late November 1979 Russell was embroiled in a bitter court case with Samuel Nay over accusations of assault at a backstage meet and greet in Oklahoma. Nay would later pass away during the court case and all charges were dropped. The line-up for the album kept Hitchcock, Russell, Cooper, and Moyse, and added Criston Barker (bass) and Frank Esler-Smith (keyboards/orchestra arrangements) with help from other session musicians. Esler-Smith had previously known Hitchcock and Russell from working with them in Jesus Christ Superstar.

A re-recorded and remixed version of "Lost in Love" was released internationally as a single in January 1980 on Arista Records. The associated album, Lost in Love, appeared in March and contained three US Top 5 singles, including the title track which peaked at No. 3 on Billboard Hot 100 and No. 11 in the United Kingdom Singles Chart.[6][7] The other US Top 5 singles were "Every Woman in the World" (No. 5) and "All Out of Love" (No. 2).[6] Both singles were Top 10 in Australia with "All Out of Love" reaching No. 17 in the Netherlands.[4][8] The album kept the same line-up as before, with Hitchcock, Russell, Cooper, Moyse, Barker and Esler-Smith. The album sold three million copies in the US and peaked at No. 22 on Billboard 200.[9]


I can see the pain living in your eyes
And I know how hard you try
You deserve to have so much more
I can feel your heart and I sympathize
And I'll never criticize
All you've ever meant to my life

I don't want to let you down
I don't want to lead you on
I don't want to hold you back
From where you might belong

You would never ask me why
My heart is so disguised
I just can't live a lie anymore
I would rather hurt myself
Than to ever make you cry
There's nothing left to say but goodbye

You deserve the chance at the kind of love
I'm not sure I'm worthy of
Losing you is painful to me

I don't want to let you down
I don't want to lead you on
I don't want to hold you back
From where you might belong

You would never ask me why
My heart is so disguised
I just can't live a lie anymore
I would rather hurt myself
Than to ever make you cry
There's nothing left to say, but goodbye

You would never ask me why
My heart is so disguised
I just can't live a lie anymore
I would rather hurt myself
Than to ever make you cry
There's nothing left to try
Though it's gonna hurt us both
There's no other way than to say goodbye 




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Goodbye (Cover Version of Air Supply)
Goodbye (Cover Version of Air Supply)

Goodbye (Cover Version of Air Supply)
Goodbye (Cover Version of Air Supply)

Goodbye (Cover Version of Air Supply)
Goodbye (Cover Version of Air Supply)

Goodbye (Cover Version of Air Supply)
Goodbye (Cover Version of Air Supply)

Goodbye (Cover Version of Air Supply)
Goodbye (Cover Version of Air Supply)

Goodbye (Cover Version of Air Supply)
Goodbye (Cover Version of Air Supply)

Goodbye (Cover Version of Air Supply)
Goodbye (Cover Version of Air Supply)

Goodbye (Cover Version of Air Supply)
Goodbye (Cover Version of Air Supply)

Goodbye (Cover Version of Air Supply)
Goodbye (Cover Version of Air Supply)

Goodbye (Cover Version of Air Supply)
Goodbye (Cover Version of Air Supply)

Goodbye (Cover Version of Air Supply)
Goodbye (Cover Version of Air Supply)

Goodbye (Cover Version of Air Supply)
Goodbye (Cover Version of Air Supply)

Goodbye (Cover Version of Air Supply)
Goodbye (Cover Version of Air Supply)

Goodbye (Cover Version of Air Supply)
Goodbye (Cover Version of Air Supply)





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