Too Live To Leave - John Hiatt - Ill Never Get Over You (CD)
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I'll never get over you I'll never get over you I'll never get over you I tell myself my heart will find A way to get over you When I've already lost my mind Tryin' to get over you The voice goes on The feeling's long But still sweet sleep never comes [Chorus] So now I've met the enemy Trying to get over you A shroud of rain, a memory Trying to.
If you are a John Hiatt fan, you'll know this is going to be good. It's better than the Live At Budokan live CD and about equal with the now quite old live in Melbourne bonus CD (from Perfectly Good Guitar). It's loud, twangy and has a great set of his best songs.5/5(4).
Hiatt's tunes have been covered repeatedly over the years, and the artists who record John's music appreciate both the musical complexity and subtle ironies in his tunes. Of the 13 tracks on this disc, 10 are previously recorded versions, personally selected by Hiatt for this disc/5(13).
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of I'll Never Get Over You on Discogs/5(2).
Between and , John Hiatt recorded for six different major labels, none of which could figure out how to market him to hit-making status, no matter which producer or concept they imposed on him. Regardless of his surroundings, he always ended up sounding like John Hiatt, a smart, snarky guy who could also be sensitive and perceptive when he needed to be, and possessing the sort of.
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A way to get over you When I've already lost my mind Tryin' to get over you. The voice goes on The feeling's long But still sweet sleep never comes. CHORUS. So now I've met the enemy Trying to get over you A shroud of rain, a memory Trying to get over you.
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