DUNNO 1971-1973 Dunno was a short-lived group from Belfast that emerged in 1971 from a stable of locally popular bands - notably The Dominoes, The Group.
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Текст песни: Ooo, you’re givin’me the fever tonight I don’t wanna give in I’d be playin’with fire You forget, I’ve seen you work before.
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Sunday Girl" is a song recorded by the British synthpop duo Erasure. Written by Erasure members Vince Clarke and Andy Bell, it is the opening track on the duo's thirteenth studio album Light at the End of the World. The song was the second UK single released from the album, on 11 June 2007. A North American release followed in July 2007
Blondie : Sunday girl. Pop Rock, USA (1978 - Chrysalis Records) Learn more. Hurry up, hurry up and wait I say awake all week and still I wait I got the blues, please come see What your loving means to me. She can't catch up with the working crowd The weekend mood and she's feeling proud Live in dreams Sunday girl. Baby, I would like to go out tonight If I go with you my folks'll get uptight Stay at home Sunday girl. Hey, y'know? Uh, I dunno! I know but I don't know I know but I don't know I know but I don't know I know but I don't know. I give but I don't get I will but I won't yet I lose but I don't bet I'm your dog but not your pet.
Sunday Girl (Single) (1979). Sunday Girl (French Version). was sampled in. Sunday Girl (Special Mix) by Blondie (1981).
Sunday Girl" is a 1978 song written and recorded by the American group Blondie. The track was a no. 1 hit in the UK Singles Chart for three weeks in May 1979, but despite this was not released as a single in the United States. YouTube Encyclopedic. The song was written by Chris Stein and was the fourth single to be taken from the album, Parallel Lines, in the UK and most other parts of the world. The single had an unusual release in Australia, with some dispute among fans as to whether it reached no. 1 there or failed to chart. This is because of its initial release as the lead single from Parallel Lines, due to its being reminiscent of "In The Flesh", Blondie's first hit in Australia.
|FFMS 10013||Dunno||Sunday Girl (7", Single, Promo, Smplr)||M And M||FFMS 10013||UK||1971|
|SPS 4015||Dunno||Sunday Girl / Magic Beat (7", Single)||Splendid Records||SPS 4015||Switzerland||1972|