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Published 08.11.2019 by

Ripples - Genesis - Dijon 1978 (CDr, Album)

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  1. Arakazahn said:
    E B Esus E Bluegirls come in every size, some are wise and some otherwise B Dm E They got pretty blue eyes, for an hour a man may change Dm C D G For an hour her face looks strange, looks strange, looks strange E B Marching to the promised land Esus E Where the honey flows and takes you by the hand B Dm E Pulls you down on your knees, while you're down a pool appears Cdim Em Cdim C The .
    14.11.2019
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  2. Akinotaur said:
    Ripples never come back. Gone to the other side. Sail away, away. The face that launched a thousand ships Is sinking fast, that happens you know, The water gets below. Seems not very long ago Lovelier she was than any that I know. Angels never know it's time To close the book and gracefully decline, The song has found a tale. My, what a jealous.
    18.11.2019
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  3. Taulkis said:
    Struggling with Ripples? Become a better singer in 30 days with these videos! Blue girls come in every size Some are wise and some otherwise They got pretty blue eyes For an hour a man may change For an hour her face looks strange Looks strange, looks strange Marching to the promised land Where the honey flows and takes you by the hand Pulls you down on your knees While you're down a pool.
    18.11.2019
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  4. Akitaxe said:
    Print and Download Ripples sheet music. Music notes for Piano/Vocal/Guitar sheet music by Anthony Banks and Mike Rutherford: Hal Leonard - Digital Sheet Music at Sheet Music Plus: The World Largest Selection of Sheet Music. (HX).
    09.11.2019
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  5. Dulkis said:
    Ripples never come back. They've gone to the other side. Look into the pool. Ripples never come back. Dive to the bottom and go to the top. To see where they have gone. Oh, they've gone to the other side. Sail away, away. Ripples never come back. Gone to the other side. Look into the pool. The ripples never come back, come back. Dive to the.
    11.11.2019
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  6. Grocage said:
    Feb 03,  · For me, Ripples is a more focused song and has more compelling guitar work than Mad Man Moon. I can't speak to why the former is on more compilations than the latter, but the band's choice to favor it live might be as simple as their just enjoying playing it more - in my more successful bands, we made choices on that basis for our setlist even to the exclusion of more "crowd-pleasing" material.
    13.11.2019
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  7. Zololkis said:
    Ripples. Edit Label ; Add An Image. Ripples [l] Label. Edit Label ; Data Quality Rating: 9 submissions pending; Share. Marketplace 43 For Sale. Vinyl and CD 1 – 8 of 8. Genre. Show. Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year; 4: Various: Ripples Volume 4 - Uptown Girls And Big City.
    13.11.2019
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  8. Tuzuru said:
    They evolve, and of course ripples do come back it just depends where you throw the pebble. I spent so much money playing this song on the Norwich City College Southwell Lodge students' bar juke box in (?)I finally bought the album - just bought it again. Probably the last brilliant fantasy album .
    10.11.2019
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