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The Cadets - Right Or Wrong (I'll Be There With You) Mp3


Performer: The Cadets
Genre: Pop
Title: Right Or Wrong (I'll Be There With You)
Country: UK
Released: 1965
Label: Pye Records
Catalog Number: 7N.15852
FLAC version ZIP size: 1722 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 2988 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 2128 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 238

Tracklist

1Right Or Wrong (I'll Be With You)
Written-By – Wanda Jackson
2Jealous Heart
Written-By – Jenny Lou Carson

Credits

  • FeaturingEileen Reid

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Label): 7N.15852-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Label): 7N.15852-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Runout): 7N15852 A1 ✳ H IA C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Runout): 7N15852 B1 ✳ H I C

Companies

  • Published By – Acuff-Rose
  • Produced At – Eamonn Andrews Studios Ltd.

Album

From The Album. We dont have an album for this track yet. View all albums by this artist. Do you know the lyrics for this track Add lyrics on Musixmatch. Don't want to see ads. Artist images. Eileen Reid & The Cadets. 210 listeners. Right or Wrong is a jazz ballad from 1921. Composed by Arthur Sizemore and Paul Biese, with words by Haven Gillespie, it is described by the original sheet music as a beautiful fox-trot ballad. The lyrics tell of the loss of a paramour. The title comes from a refrain in the chorus: Right or Wrong was recorded by many early jazz and swing orchestras, including Mike Markel and His Orchestra OKeh 4478, 1921, Original Dixie Jazz Band Oriole 445, 1925, Peggy English Brunswick 3949, 1928, Tampa. Released on. Right or Wrong I'll Be with You Single May 1965. Request a synchronization license. Added by Canary. Highlights 2. Right or Wrong written by Wanda Jackson English April 10, 1961. Toi et moi written by Gilles Brown French 1965. Gör jag rätt eller fel written by Sven-Eric Carlsson Swedish 1971. Right or Wrong written by Wanda Jackson English. Songwriters: Wanda Jackson Right or Wrong lyrics SonyATV Music Publishing LLC. Wanda Jackson version Right or Wrong is associated with Wanda Jackson's comeback into mainstream country music. Текст песни: Aye, aye, aye Aint no switching sides Aint no switching sides Right or wrong, ill be there when its time to 'll You know that I'll be there Spring, Summer or Fall Winter's cold I'll be there. be there To protect you my baby I'll be there All here for you is where I wanna be I'll be there My life without you is no life No one can replace all your sweetness inside I'm. so down for you And you know its true You're my love I'll be there Spring, Summer or Fall Winter's cold I'll be there. be there To protect you my baby I'll be there All here for you is where I wanna be I'll be there You are so beautiful, beautiful Wo-wo-w. Right or wrong, I'll always love you. Oh you're gone, I can't forget. Right or wrong, I'll keep on dreaming. Still I wake with that same ol' regret. All along I knew I'd lose you, Though I prayed that you'd be true. In your heart please just remember Right or wrong, I'm still in love with you. In your heart. There's that qualifying phrase - 'may she always be in the right', that succeeds in taking any sting out of the concluding words. But for now, it'll be enough to simply contemplate that part that was forgotten for so many years: 'Our country. may she always be in the right. Dunn is a frequent contributor. Quotations, particularly quotations with political content, often seem to end up misrepresented and mangled, their meaning twisted if not completely reversed. One example in particular has always stuck with me: 'My country, right or wrong. I grew up with that line. It was a product of the 60s, the age of anti-patriotism