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Not So Manic Now

12.11.2019Kigalrajas 8 Comments

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  1. I'm not so manic now I can uphold the weight of those neighbours And she's lifting and throwing to the wall The post-natal harmonies of youth When this younger man, twenty-five Advantageously took away her pride. I'm not so manic now I'm not so manic now I'm not so manic now I'm not so manic now Not so manic now I'm not so manic now I'm not so.
  2. The wind's whistling My mind's twisting I was making myself the usual cup of tea When the doorbell strangely rang. Because I've been up here for a while I'm starting to feel the monotony of the tower block I'm not so manic now I can uphold the weight of those neighbours And she's lifting and throwing to the wall The post-natal harmonies of youth When this younger man, twenty-five.
  3. Jan 14,  · While NOT SO MANIC NOW as a track is okay, the track that really stands out on this single is the delicate and melancholy "A Certain Sadness." The simple arrangement and Sarah Blackwood's fragile singing are haunting, even as the tempo picks up into a near-samba.4/5(21).
  4. I'm not so manic now (not so manic now) I'm not so manic now (not so manic now) I'm not so manic now (not so manic now) I'm not so manic now (not so manic now) Because I've been up here for a while I'm starting to feel the monotony of the tower block I'm not so manic now I can uphold the weight of those neighbours And she's lifting and throwing.
  5. I am sure all you groovy young people remember Dubstar having a hit with their dance remix of Not So Manic Now in This is the original version of the song, recorded by the Wakefield band Brick Supply, which has since evolved into The Boy Tate: The Boy Tate write about circumstance, contradiction and typically human relations, adding their own gritty twist to proceedings.
  6. Listen free to Dubstar – Not So Manic Now (Not So Manic Now, If It Isn't You and more). 4 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at tiatinanobusvobespawiniverba.coinfo
  7. Not So Manic Now This song is by Dubstar and appears on the album Goodbye (). The wind's whistling My mind's twisting I was making myself the usual cup of tea When the doorbell strangely rang Because I've been up here for a while I'm starting to feel the monotony of the tower block I'm not so manic now I can uphold the weight of those neighbours And she's lifting.
  8. Watch the video for Not So Manic Now from Dubstar's Disgraceful for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
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