Re-Make/Re-Model

Album: Roxy Music (1972)
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  • I tried but I could not find a way
    Looking back all I did was look away
    Next time is the best we all know
    But if there is no next time where to go?
    She's the sweetest queen I've ever seen
    (CPL593H)
    See here she comes, see what I mean?
    (CPL593H)
    I could talk talk talk, talk myself to death
    But I believe I would only waste my breath
    Ooh show me Writer/s: BRYAN FERRY
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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  • Rabbi Meyer from Central WisconsinI find it interesting that for all his good looks and old world charm, Bryan Ferry wrote the best songs about love lost [Mother of Pearl, Sentimental Fool, Oh Yeah, End of the Line] or, in this case, never found.
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