Lying Again

Album: Taste Me... Don't Waste Me (1976)
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  • In 1976, a smiling Lynsey was featured in the Record Mirror Annual wherein she said she'd told an (unnamed) admirer she'd written a song especially for him, then she proceeded to play "Lying Again". >>
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    Alexander Baron - London, England
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  • Bobby from Atlanta, GaGreat song from Lynsey's second album "Taste Me Don't Waste Me", which was the first album to be released on Don Arden's Jet Records.
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