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Trace Adkins - You're Gonna Miss This Lyrics
I Write The Songs
And I'm delighted to say my special guest on the programme today, having a chat about his lengthy career and playing some live music, we've popped up to London today to Maida Vale Studios here in London to meet the one and only Mr Eric Stewart. Eric, welcome to the programme. Thank you very much and good day, Alan. Good day to you as well.
You're Going to Lose That Girl
Why are they sending kids so far away from their families overseas? Why are they attacking their own children in the streets? Benson wanted to give the song to his group but the other Four Tops turned down the request. I'm not protesting, I want to know what's going on.
In the lyrics the singer tells his "friend" that, if he does not value his girl, the singer will "make a point of taking her away" from him. To the Beatles' familiar twist beat and using variations of familiar doo-wop chords , Lennon's lead singing is set in a call-and-response with the enthusiastic answering harmonies of McCartney and George Harrison , offering a last glimpse of the early Beatles' musical home turf. The song's bridge has a key change similar to that of the record's previous track " Another Girl ", moving up a minor third to G major, the relative major of the tonic minor. In this case the bridge concludes a measure early, diving a semitone down to meet the verse.