The Motels - Suddenly Last Summer FLAC album
Suddenly Last Summer. UMG; LatinAutor, BMI - Broadcast Music In. Reservoir Media (Publishing), Abramus Digital, Sony ATV Publishing, LatinAutor - SonyATV" и другие авторские общества (7).
Suddenly Last Summer" is a hit song by new wave band the Motels. It was the lead-off 45 from their RIAA Gold-certified fourth album Little Robbers. The single entered the Hot 100 at on September 3, 1983 and peaked at on November 19, 1983. There is some speculation as to whether the song ties to Tennessee Williams' same-named 1958 off-Broadway one-act play. The writer had died in February 1983-the same month that The Motels returned to the studio to record Little Robbers
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Suddenly Last Summer" ties with their previous hit, "Only The Lonely," for The Motels' highest-charting single. However, it is also their only hit, albeit on the Mainstream Rock chart. The Motels came out of the burgeoning Los Angeles punk scene and released their first album in 1979. They went through several member changes, and in 1987 they broke up when Martha Davis started her solo career. The Motels were one of the first American bands to have videos on MTV in its early startup days.
Suddenly Last Summer. Re-recorded, Remastered. It happened one summer It happened one time It happened forever For a short time A place for a moment An end to a dream Forever I loved you Forever it seemed One summer never ends One summer never began It keeps me standing still It takes all my will And then suddenly Last summer Sometimes I never leave But sometimes I would.
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Suddenly Last Summer Lyrics. It happened one summer It happened one time It happened forever For a short time A place for a moment An end to a dream Forever I loved you Forever it seemed. One summer never ends One summer never began It keeps me standing still It takes all my will And then suddenly Last summer. Sometimes I never leave But sometimes I would Sometimes I stay too long Sometimes I would Sometimes it frightens me Sometimes it would Sometimes I'm all alone And wish that I could
Suddenly Last Summer" peaked at number 18 on the Adult Contemporary chart and hit on the . Billboard Top Tracks chart, the only instance of a Motels song topping any US music chart. Two bootleg dance versions have been made of the song, one with a techno-like dance beat and another with a semi-tropical beat. Lead singer Martha Davis has said in various radio interviews that she wrote the song while reflecting on her life and "how you know summer is ending when you hear the ice cream truck go by for the last time and you know he won't be back for a while"
Song: Suddenly Last Summer Artist: The Motels Album: Little Robbers (1983) Bassist: Michael Goodroe Tabbed by LoudLon for Big BassTabs. Standard tuning (EADG). INTRO: ( x2 ) G -- D -- A -0---0-0-0---r-0--0---0-0-0---r-0- E -- 1 & 2 & 3 & 4 & 1 & 2 & 3 & 4 &.
Features Song Lyrics for The Motels's Suddenly Last Summer - Single album. Only the Lonely Lyrics. 2. Suddenly Last Summer Lyrics. The Motels Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.
|A||Suddenly Last Summer||3:40|
|B||Some Things Never Change||3:35|
- Published By – Chappell
- Producer – Val Garay
- Written-By – Martha Davis
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|B-5271||The Motels||Suddenly Last Summer (7")||Capitol Records||B-5271||US||1983|
|CP-1097||The Motels||Suddenly Last Summer (7", Single, Promo)||Capitol Records||CP-1097||Australia||1983|
|06 1867677||The Motels||Suddenly Last Summer (7")||Capitol Records, EMI Electrola||06 1867677||Italy||1983|
|B 5271||The Motels||Suddenly Last Summer (7")||Capitol Records||B 5271||Canada||1983|
|SPRO-9989||The Motels||Suddenly Last Summer (12", Promo)||Capitol Records||SPRO-9989||US||1983|