8 thoughts on “ Carpenters - (Want You) Back In My Life Again (Vinyl) ”

  1. Jul 26,  · You know it doesn't seem that long ago That I had your love and let it go And I really let you down I know I'm losing your love I guess it took a while for me to see What it is you really mean to me I've been as big a fool as I can be For losing your love I want you back in my life again I don't want to be your remember when I want you back in my life again Let's go back to the place where it.
  2. Back In My Life Again Lyrics: You know it doesn't seem that long ago / That I had your love and let it go / And I really let you down I know / I'm losin' your love / I guess it took a while for me.
  3. You're the only one who knows my heart So let's take it right back to the start And I won't have to play the part Of losing your love I want you back in my life again I don't want to be your remember when I want you back in my life again Let's go back to the place where it all began I've lived long enough with your memory Now I know that I need.
  4. So, if you like The Carpenters’ sound, this album is for you. I was a teenager when these songs were at the top of the charts, so these songs bring back fond memories of days gone by. One gets numerous snapshots containing Karen Carpenters’ unmatched tender /5().
  5. "Those Good Old Dreams" is a song by The Carpenters. Its B-side is "When It's Gone (It's Just Gone)", a song released on the Made in America album in The song talks of reliving dreams and feelings of romantic love held long ago ("It's a new day for those good .
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of (Want You) Back In My Life Again on Discogs. Label: A&M Records - ,Discos CBS - • Format: Vinyl 7 Carpenters - (Want You) Back In My Life Again (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(3).
  7. Lovelines is the posthumous thirteenth studio album by American music duo Carpenters, released in It is a compilation album, assembled by Richard Carpenter from unreleased Carpenters tracks along with selected solo tracks by his sister, Karen (from her then-unreleased solo album).
  8. The original of “I Believe You” featured some beautiful flute work and this has been further embellished on “Carpenters with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra”, but ever-so-slightly. On this track, a sliver of an alternative vocal take by Karen has been used in the second verse, before the first chorus/5().

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