He Dont Live Here Anymore - Robert Cray - I Was Warned (Cassette, Album)

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8 thoughts on “ He Dont Live Here Anymore - Robert Cray - I Was Warned (Cassette, Album)

  1. Dazuru Reply
    He's so good at what he does – singing, writing and especially playing – that his albums have an effortless feel, as if it's easy to turn out soul-baring performances year after year. But his catalog packs a mighty punch, growing richer in time. On his new album, I Was Warned, Cray's out there telling the truth again, as strong as ever.
  2. Gokinos Reply
    "A Whole Lotta Pride" (Cray, Dennis Walker) – "A Picture of a Broken Heart" (Boz Scaggs, Dennis Walker) – "He Don't Live Here Anymore" (Jim Pugh, Dennis Walker) –
  3. Faer Reply
    Just A Loser, I'm A Good Man, I Was Warned, The Price I Pay, Won The Battle, On The Road Down, A Whole Lotta Pride, A Picture Of A Broken Heart, He Don't Live Here Anymore, Our Last Time.
  4. JoJojar Reply
    "He don't live here, no more." "Sorry about your father." "I saw them close the hearse door." "He don't live here no more." Unopened letter Unanswered calls We were two separate men Behind our stone walls A chilled wind was blowin' A cold October rain And, as I stood before the house It was silently saying: "Sorry about your father.".
  5. Faell Reply
    Oh I was warned about her love And I'll have to stay strong Whether they're right or wrong At least the mystery is gone From then on I was hers to control And knowing that she robbed me of my heart And robbed me of my soul, yeah Oh I was warned about her love But like a fool I went on Whether they're right or wrong At least the mystery is gone.
  6. Zushicage Reply
    Label: Mercury - • Format: Cassette Album • Country: UK • Genre: Funk / Soul, Blues • Style: Electric Blues, Soul Robert Cray - I Was Warned (, Cassette) | Discogs Explore/5(2).
  7. Dozilkree Reply
    Robert Cray Most certainly one of the kings of the blues, Robert Cray was born August 1, in Columbus, Georgia. Possessing an aching soul voice and supple blues fingers, Cray single-handedly revitalized the profile of blues music when his breakthrough album "Strong Persuader" went on to sell 2 million copies on the strength of his Top 40 hit "Smoking Gun"- a feat unheard of for blues.
  8. Moogukus Reply
    Song information for He Don't Live Here Anymore - Robert Cray Band on AllMusic. Song information for He Don't Live Here Anymore - Robert Cray Band on AllMusic We currently don't have any themes associated with this song. Would you like to contribute? I Was Warned. Mercury:

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