Who Sang Sweet Surrender? Tim Buckley

Tim Buckley Greetings From L.A. cover art
writers: David Gates
release date: 1972
genres: Rock Funk / Soul Blues
styles: Blues Rock/Modern Electric Blues/Soul
length: 6:48
producer: Jerry Goldstein
engineer: Chris Huston and Stan Agol
violin: Robert Konrad, William Kurasch and Lou Kievman
vocal: Tim Buckley
12 string guitar: Tim Buckley
guitar: Joe Falsia
strings arranger: Joe Falsia
bass: Chuck Rainey
membranophone: Ed Greene
congas: King Errisson
viola: Ralph Schaeffer and Harry Hyams
cello: Jesse Ehrlich
composer: Tim Buckley
lyricist: Tim Buckley
Now you want to know the reason
Why I cheated on you
Well I had to be a hunter again
This little man had to try

To make love feel new again
'Cause there's just a few things honey
I'm not old enough to do for you
You just never care to show me

Showed him how to tango
And when they tangoed it'd send their hearts a flutter
Young and tender
Seemed to surrender in so sweet surrender

In sweet surrender
Ahh sweet surrender to love
But now you're gonna go out and get yourself
A reputation

But I'm gonna have to show you where to start
And then you're gonna bring back your little reputation
And prove to me what I could not prove to you

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Move With Me
  • 2 Get on Top
  • 3 Sweet Surrender
  • 4 Nighthawkin’
  • 5 Devil Eyes
  • 6 Hong Kong Bar
  • 7 Make It Right