1. Oct 26,  · I didn't want you to go 'Cause I love you so Come on home or you'll find You'll miss the love we shared There's none will ever compare Darling, please come home Funny what a quarrel can do After so many thrills It has wrecked in a moment What has taken us A lifetime to build Darling, please come home I'll be happy, dear If you decide to give Love another try Won't you please come home .
  2. Otis Williams - Listen to Otis Williams on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks with your friends.
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  5. - Come Home - Bubber Johnson [] Come Home/The Search/There'll Be No One/I Lost Track Of Everything/Have A Little Faith In Me/Too Many Hearts//The Whisperers/My Lonely Heart/A Crazy Afternoon/Keep A Light In The Window For Me/My One Desire/Muddy Water.
  6. One Too Many Hearts is the third EP by American indie pop duo The Bird and the vepimunchsforcomsofrresofttansecharju.xyzinfo was released digitally on February 12, by Blue Note Records. Inara "Bird" George provided lead vocals for the four tracks, while Greg "Bee" Kurstin plays the guitar and also produces the EP.. Track listing. All tracks are written by Greg Kurstin and Inara George, except where noted.
  7. The main difference is the omission of remixes for "Who Said I Would" and "Only You Know and I Know" and the inclusion of an edited remix for "Take Me Home" which clocked in at When the album was released on CD in , it was the full six-track album, including the full length remix of "Take Me Home".
  8. "Some Hearts" is a song written by Diane Warren. The track was originally written for Belinda Carlisle, who recorded it as a demo for her Heaven on Earth album, but it was not included on the album. It was released as a single by Marshall Crenshaw from his album, Good Evening, but it failed to chart. Singers that have covered the song include Kelly Levesque, featured in the film.

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