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Honky-Tonk Lies - Nancy Wood - Loneliness Is Just A Point Of View (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Honky-Tonk Lies: 6: I'll Find It Where I Can: 7: Sentimental Ol' You: 8: Blue Bayou: 9: Loneliness Is Just A Point Of View: Love In Your Eyes: Don't Light The Fire: I Just Want To Be With You: I Hate Love: I Don't Feel Like A Movie Tonight: All Time Low: Shoppin' For Love: I'll Be The Last To Know5/5(1).
  2. Album: Nancy Wood Featuring George & The Lucky Riders, Loneliness Is Just A Point Of View by Nancy Wood from the album Best Of Released on Camouflage.
  3. Feb 11,  · Check out Nancy Wood Featuring George & The Lucky Riders by Nancy Wood on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on slimevincusformrasisihuvotrire.co Honky Tonk Lies. Honky Tonk Lies. Listen Now $ In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart 6. I'll Find It Where I Can. I'll Find It Where I Can Loneliness Is Just a Point of View.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Best Of Nancy Wood on Discogs.5/5(1).
  5. Oct 13,  · Check out Nancy Wood Featuring George & The Lucky Riders by Nancy Wood on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on slimevincusformrasisihuvotrire.co
  6. I Just Want To With You Nancy Wood; Don't Light The Fire Nancy Wood; Love In Your Eyes Nancy Wood; Loneliness Is Just A Point Of View Nancy Wood; Blue Bayou Nancy Wood; Sentimental Ol' You Nancy Wood; I'll Find It Where I Can Nancy Wood; Honky-Tonk Lies Nancy Wood; Good And Lonesome Nancy Wood; Ready For The Times To Get Better Nancy Wood.
  7. Honky Tonk Song Lyrics: I got me a room / In a cheap hotel / My head was a spinnin' / And I didn't feel well / I laid right down / And tried to go to sleep / A band kept a playin' / In a joint.
  8. Jan 30,  · From Columbia Records LP CS "I Remember Johnny Horton". Produced by George Richey.
  9. In this song, Mick Jagger sings about having a go with two different honky tonk women. The first is a "gin-soaked, bar-room queen in Memphis" - likely a prostitue. The second is a "divorcée in New York City." Jagger would sometimes introduce it as being "a song for all the whores in the audience.

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