Small Faces - Lazy Sunday album download
Lazy Sunday" is a song by the English band Small Faces, which reached number two on the UK Singles Chart in 1968. It was written by the Small Faces songwriting duo Steve Marriott and Ronnie Lane, and appeared on the band's 1968 concept album Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake and preceded the album as a successful single, despite being released against the band's wishes.
Band Name Small Faces. Album Name Lazy Sunday. Erscheinungsdatum April 2001. Labels Selected Sound Carrier AG. Musik GenreRock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0. 2. Talk to You. 3. Have You Ever Seen Me (Tell Me). 4. Here Comes the Nice.
Nom du groupe Small Faces. Nom de l'album Lazy Sunday. Date de parution Avril 2001. Style MusicalRock. Membres possèdant cet album0.
Lazy Sunday Afternoon Lyrics: Wouldn't it be nice to get on wiv me neighbours( da da da do), But they make it very clear they've got no room for ravers, They stop me from groovin', they bang on me wall, They. Lazy sunday afternoon, I've got no mind to worry, close my eyes and Drift away, Close my eyes and drift away. Here we all are sittin' in a rainbow (da da da do) Gor blimey hello missus Jones hows your old Bert's lumbago? He mustn't grumble, Tweedle dee bite I'll sing you a song with no words and no tune Tweedle dee bite I'll sing at your party while you souse out the moon, oh yeah. Lazy Sunday afternoon, I got no mind to worry Close my eyes and drift away, Close my eyes and drift away Close my eyes and drift away. Aroo de de de do Aroo de de de dido
Album: Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake (1968). Charted: 2. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Max from OxfordNot 100% sure the words are 'flush out the moon', instead 'to sing in your bathroom while you suss out the moon' would fit far better into the Happiness Stan theme of the album.
Lazy Sunday bass tab. "Lazy Sunday" is a single released by English rock band Small Faces in 1968. It was also included on their concept album "Ogdens´ Nut Gone Flake". Lazy Sunday" is written by Steve Marriott and Ronnie Lane.
Album by Small Faces. Colonel Bogey March by Kenneth Alford (1914).
|B||Rollin' Over (Part II Of Happiness Stan)||2:08|
- Producer – Ronnie Lane, Steve Marriott
- Written-By – Lane*, Marriott*
NotesImmediate Music Ltd. Arranged Small Faces
Solid centre variant. Does not contain the 'NEMS' text on the label, which is found on a later 70s reissue.
Stamped in runout
'A' side: 1M 064 - 1F R0 2
'B' side: 1M 064 - 2F ML 3
|IM 064||Small Faces||Lazy Sunday / Rollin' Over (7", Single)||Immediate||IM 064||Netherlands||1968|
|IM 064, IMO64||Small Faces||Lazy Sunday (7", Single)||Immediate, Immediate||IM 064, IMO64||Denmark||1968|
|ZS7 5007||Small Faces||Lazy Sunday (7", Single, Promo)||Immediate||ZS7 5007||US||1968|
|IM 064||Small Faces||Lazy Sunday (7", Mono)||Immediate||IM 064||UK||1968|
|ZS7 5007||Small Faces||Lazy Sunday (7", Single)||Immediate||ZS7 5007||US||1968|