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You Win Again

8 thoughts on “ You Win Again

  1. You win again, some never try but if anybody can, we can And I'll be, I'll be following you following you You win again, so little time, we do nothing but compete There's no life on earth, no other could see me through You win again, some never try but if anybody can, we can There's no fight you can't fight this battle of love with me.
  2. Watch the video for You Win Again from Grateful Dead's Europe '72 for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  3. Van Morrison, never the most predictable of performers, takes yet another odd turn with You Win Again, a collection of rootsy duets with one Linda Gail Lewis. And who is this belter who holds her own while sharing the mic and billing with Van the Man on cuts ranging from Hank Williams 's "Jambalaya" to Stephen Foster's "Old Black Joe" to John Lee Hooker 's "Boogie Chillen"?/5(53).
  4. You win again Some never try But if anybody can, we can And I'll be, I'll be, I'll be, I'll be Following you You win again So little time We do nothing but compete There's no life on earth No other could see me through You win again Some never try But if anybody can, we can There's no fight you can't fight This battle of love with me You win.
  5. Lyrics to 'You Win Again' by Hank Williams. (What can I do you win again) The news is out all over town That you've been seen out runnin' around I know that I should leave but then I just can't go, you win again.
  6. About “You Win Again” Hank WIlliams' blues ballad “You WIn Again” captures the feelings of futility and despair of a speaker who is becoming resigned to being stuck in a bad relationship.
  7. You Win Again is the twenty-eighth studio album by Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison. It is a duet album with Linda Gail Lewis that was released in (see in music) by Virgin Records. The album was recorded at the Wool Hall, Bath, ciebisicomwebsmsikworldrovhanfifoca.xyzinfo: Rock, country, country rock.
  8. Apr 20,  · However, with You Win Again, he has squandered precious musical capital with his fans. I think that Van has earned the right to indulge his whim occasionally, but this CD is very far from the Van Morrison we've grown to admire over the years. The great voice is here and Linda Gail Lewis plays a fine boogie-woogie piano, but the songlist is /5(67).

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