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Counting Crows

credits


publisher: ©IMAGEM U.S. LLC
writers: Adam Fredric Duritz, Ben G Mize, Charles Thomas Gillingham, Daniel John Vickrey, David A Immergluck, David Lynn Bryson, Matthew Mark Malley
album: Track 7 in album Hard Candy
release date: 2002-7-9
popularity : 19 users have visited this page.
genres: Rock Pop
styles: Alternative Rock/Pop Rock
length: 5:02
conductor: Jerry Hey
violin: Natalie Leggett, Sara Parkins, Josefina Vergara, Alan Grunfeld, Katia Popov, Ralph Morrison, Karen Jones, Robin Olson, Mario DeLeon, Liane Mautner, Ken Yorke and Jackie Brand
bass: Richard Feves and Ed Meares
viola: Carole Castillo, Brian Dembow, Karen Elaine-Bakunin and John Scanlon
cello: Steve Erdody, Tina Soule, Cecilia Tsan and Paula Hochhalter
strings arranger: Charlie Gillingham and Adam Duritz
strings arranger & horn arranger: Adam Duritz and Charlie Gillingham
composer: Charlie Gillingham, David Immergl├╝ck, Adam Duritz
lyricist: Adam Duritz

Album Information

label: Geffen Records
country(area): United States
format: CD
barcode: 606949335625
script: Latin

Cover Art

Counting Crows Hard Candy cover art

Lyrics

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I guess I think I feel alright
You come circling through the light
The skyline is bright tonight
What more perfect rendezvous?
The sundown paints the shadows through
The daylight, Amy, on what we do

It looks like darkness to me
Drifting down into Miami

Can I say,
"I wish that this weather would never leave"?
It just gets hard to believe
That god sent this angel to watch over me
Cause my angel

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Track Listing


CD 1
  • 1 Hard Candy
  • 2 American Girls
  • 3 Good Time
  • 4 If I Could Give All My Love -or- Richard Manuel Is Dead
  • 5 Goodnight L.A.
  • 6 Butterfly in Reverse
  • 7 Miami
  • 8 New Frontier
  • 9 Carriage
  • 10 Black and Blue
  • 11 Why Should You Come When I Call?
  • 12 Up All Night (Frankie Miller Goes to Hollywood)
  • 13 Holiday in Spain / Big Yellow Taxi