Broken Radio - Green On Red - Here Come The Snakes (CD, Album)

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  1. Broken Radio Lyrics: Got a tape of an old forgotten song / It was sad and mournful, how the past can't be undone / Singer sounded like Dylan through an old broke radio / Cryin about a woman whose.
  2. We Had It All Lyrics: I can hear the wind blowing in my mind / The way it used to sound through the Georgia Pines / You were there to answer when I called / You and me, we had it all / Remember how I.
  3. Scapegoats/Here Comes the Snakes by Green On Red () Green On Red. out of 5 stars 2. Audio CD. £1, Broken Radio 6. Change 7. Tenderlion 8. Way Back Home 9. D.T. Blues out of 5 stars Ich hatte die LP von Here come the Snakes bestellt und die CD erhalten. Reviewed in Germany on 9 December /5(1).
  4. Album. Here Come the Snakes Green on Red. Released Broken Radio Lyrics. 9. We Had It All Lyrics. About “Here Come the Snakes” “Here Come the Snakes” Q&A.
  5. Green on Red - Scapegoats / Here Comes the Snakes - carifuneltidammepevihazager.xyzinfo Music Scapegoats / Here Comes the Snakes Broken Radio 6. Change 7. Tenderloin 8. Way Back Home 9. D.T. Blues We Had It All A Guy Like Me5/5(1).
  6. Song information for Broken Radio - Green on Red on AllMusic. Song information for Broken Radio - Green on Red on AllMusic Artist/Album Label Time AllMusic Rating; Green on Red. Here Come the Snakes. East West / Rhino: Green on Red. Scapegoats/Here Comes the Snakes.
  7. Broken Radio By Green On Red. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Broken Radio. Featured on Here Come The Snakes. More by Green On Red. Too Much Fun. Scapegoats. This Time Around. Gas Food Lodging / Green On Red. 80's Rock Bands. More Green On Red. Listen to Green On Red .
  8. Sep 03,  · Green on Red-Broken radio - Duration: uomoerrante 8, views. Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Joey Bishop Tonight Show 4/ - Duration: Alchay Archy Recommended for you.
  9. Produced by Jim Dickinson and Joe Hardy, Dan Stuart and Chuck Prophet finally cracked the Memphis sound by steeping themselves in the environment and surrounding themselves with the musicians who made their name there. From the get-go, Prophet's guitar is the cornerstone to the Let It Bleed mood that fires this record from "Keith Can't Read" throughout, though it ends up with the very Neil.

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