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  1. Sad Days, Lonely Nights Lyrics: My momma told me / I was a child / She said, "Son / You're gonna have hard days" / My daddy told me too / He said, "Son / You're gonna have sad days / Lonely nights.
  2. rows · Listen to Lonely Days, Lonely Nights from Patty Loveless's The Definitive Collection for .
  3. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about The Fabulaires - Lonely Days, Lonely Nights / Wedding Song at Discogs. Complete your The Fabulaires collection.4/5(3).
  4. Bee Gees - Lonely Days, Lonely Nights Lyrics. Good morning mister sunshine, you brighten up my day, come sit beside me in your way. I'll see you every morning, outside the restaurants.
  5. Dec 12,  · A G D G A lonely days, lonely nights, where would i be without my woman? 94 > 74 A G D G A Am lonely days, lonely nights, where would i be without my woman? Am G D G Am lonely days, lonely nights, where would i be without my woman? [Bridge] Am [Verse 3] Am Dm G Cmaj7 C7 Good Morning Mister Sunshine, You Brighten Up My Day.
  6. Lonely Days, Lonely Nights "Lonely Days, Lonely Nights", was the first single from the album, recorded at MCA/Nashville in the fall of It was one of a five-song singles record contract she had at the time with the label, prior to her receiving an album contract.
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Sad Days, Lonely Nights - Junior Kimbrough on AllMusic - - If All Night Long was a great electric blues 8/
  8. "Happy Days and Lonely Nights" is a torch song written by Billy Rose and Fred Fisher,first recorded by The Harmony Brothers on May 18, The song was successfully revived in the s in the US by the Fontane Sisters and in the UK most successfully by Ruby Murray.. Recordings. Ruth Etting made her recording of the song in New York City on for release on Columbia Records.
  9. About Long Lonely Nights "Long Lonely Nights" is a song that was originally released by Lee Andrews & the Hearts in Hit versions were also released by Clyde McPhatter, later in , and Bobby Vinton in The song was written by Lee Andrews, though Larry Brown (as Abbott), Doug Henderson, and Mimi Uniman were given songwriter credit.

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