Fergus Sings The Blues Extended Mix (12", Single)
DEAC T 9
Mixed By – Bob Clearmountain
Matrix / Runout (Side A label): MX-252391
Matrix / Runout (Side B label): MX-252392
Made By – CBS Records Australia Limited
Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS United Kingdom Ltd.
Copyright (c) – CBS United Kingdom Ltd.
Fergus Sings the Blues In the Style of Deacon Blue - Single. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Fergus Sings The Blues As Made Famous By: Deacon Blue. Fergus Sings the Blues is the third single from the album When the World Knows Your Name by the Scottish rock band Deacon Blue. Writer Ricky Ross has stated in an interview with Johnnie Walker that the song was inspired by Gael's Blue by Scottish singer-songwriter Michael Marra. Homesick James was mentioned by name in Fergus Sings the Blues, by the lyric Homesick James, my biggest influence. James & Bobby Purify were also name-checked in the following line, Tell me why, James & Bobby Purify. Fergus Sings The Blues. Deacon Blue. Richard Ross, Jim Prime. 50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс DEACON the video for Fergus Sings The Blues from Deacon Blue's When The World Knows Your Name for free, and. Success came for the band in 1989 when their second studio album, When The World Knows Your NWatch the video for Fergus Sings The Blues from Deacon Blue's When The World Knows Your Name for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Success came for the band in 1989 when their second studio album, When The World Knows Your N read more. Similar Artists. When The World Knows Your Name. Deacon Blue - Fergus Sings The Blues. On this page you can download song Deacon Blue - Fergus Sings The Blues in mp3 and listen online. 28 Aug 2015. C 1989 Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited. More By Deacon Blue. Wages Day. Will We Be Lovers. Fergus Sings the Blues. Artist: Deacon Blue. Album: When the World Knows Your Name, 1989. Deacon blue - fergus sings the blues. Has been played on. United Kingdom 166. Fergus sings the Blues In bars of twelve or less I'm a stranger To the land To this wilderness All Things are possible But happen less and less This Is my country These Are my reasons 'Cause I look In the mirror And it throws Back the question And I whisper in words That beg An answer Tell me Can This white. man sing the blues Home Sick James My biggest Influence Tell Me why James and Bobby Purify I'm lost In music Sweet Soul music This Is my country These Are my reasons 'Cause I look In the mirror And it throws Back the question And I whisper in words That beg An answer Ye. E Fergus sings the blues Fm D In bars of twelve or less E I'm a stranger to the land Fm D To this wilderness. Asus2 E All Things are possible Asus2 E But happen less and less Asus2 E This Is my country Asus2 Dsus2 These Are my reasons. D E 'Cause I look in the mirror. D E And it throws back the question. D E And I whisper in words. D E That beg an answer. D E Tell me can this white man sing the blues