Title: Goodnight, Ladies
Style: Alternative Rock, Prog Rock
Format: MP3 FLAC MIDI RA VOC ADX AUD XM APE
FLAC size: 1190 mb | MP3 size: 1981 mb | WMA size: 1739 mb
Goodnight ladies Ladies goodnight It's time to say Goodbye. Now, all night long You've been drinking your tequila But now you've sucked Your lemon peel dry, so why not get high, high, high and Goodnight ladies Ladies goodnight. Goodnight ladies Ah, ladies goodnight It's time to say Goodbye. Goodnight sweet ladies Ah, ladies goodnight It's time to say Goodbye, bye-bye. Ah, we've been together For the longest time But now it's time to get high Come on, let's get high, high, high And goodnight ladies Ladies goodnight
Goodnight, Ladies" is a folk song attributed to Edwin Pearce Christy, originally intended to be sung during a minstrel show. Drawing from an 1847 song by Christy entitled "Farewell, Ladies", the song as known today was first published on May 16, 1867. Charles Ives quoted the song in A Symphony: New England Holidays (1897-1913): I. Washington's Birthday, toward the end of the movement.
Powder Your Face With Sunshine, When You're Smiling. Joe "Mr. Piano" Henderson. I'm Just Wild About Harry.
Goodnight N Go". Tell me why you gotta look at me that way You know what it does to me So baby, what you tryna say? Lately, all I want is you on top of me You know where your hands should be So baby, won't you come show me? I got you, I got you dreamin' You close your eyes and you're screamin' Play with your mind for no reason I know you love how I tease it You know that I'm playin', so don't be mistaken You already know what I'm thinkin', boy. Oh, why'd you have to be so cute? It's impossible to ignore you, ah Why must you make.
In the subtitles, the GUN is identified as a SHOTGUN. As each coincidence occurs as part of a road trip, they seem highly improbable. If the character had instead checked into an isolated inn with a small staff, few guests and only one dining area, coincidental encounters and such might have seemed less unlikely. Dany meets an egocentric self-serving rogue who is pretty much her opposite number in terms of personality, values and approaches to life.
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- Recorded At – Old Blackberry Way
- Mastered At – Rare Form Mastering
- Artwork By – Nathan Graves
- Bass – Brandon Dvorak
- Drums – Jake Anderson
- Graphics – Brandon Dvorak
- Guitar – Matthew Graves
- Keyboards – Nathan Graves
- Mastered By – Greg Reierson
- Mixed By – Matthew Graves
- Recorded By – Neil Weir
- Vocals – Nathan Graves