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Up The Hill - Idaho - You Were A Dick (CD, Album)

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  1. Wasted Times Lyrics: Wasted times I spent with someone else / She wasn't even half of you / Reminiscin' how you felt / Reminiscin' how you felt / And even though you put my life through hell / I .
  2. 'Hill and Gully Rider' is about the undulating land in Jamaica, but it was the undulating sea of Moby Dick, the ocean where they were looking for the whale, where Edric introduced the song. And it is a lyrical, lilting song, a beautiful thing that the director John Huston loved straight away.
  3. Jack and Jill went up the hill. both with a buck and a quarter. Jill came down with That fucking whoreMary had a little lamb. she kept in her backyard. when she took her panties off. its willy dick got hardYes, raunchy, yet hundreds of people would scream them at the top of their lungs in his shows.
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  5. "Up the Hill Backwards" is a song by English singer-songwriter David Bowie, released on his album Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps). It was also issued as the fourth and final single from the album in March This was the last new David Bowie single issued by RCA Records.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the g Vinyl release of You Were A Dick on Discogs. Label: Idaho Music - ida • Format: Vinyl LP, Limited Edition g • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Alternative Rock.
  7. The End Of The Golden Age by The Wynntown Marshals, released 1. There Was A Time 2. Dead Sunflowers 3. Being Lazy 4. Red Clay Hill 5. Idaho 6. Better Than Yesterday 7. The Girl On The Hill 8. Metagama 9. Moby Doll The End Of The Golden Age ‘The End Of The Golden Age’ is the third album by Edinburgh-based band The Wynntown Marshals, and is the band’s second release on.
  8. The first Idaho album in six years finds the longstanding slowcore crew-- now the solo project of founder Jeff Martin-- in a wry, pensively melancholic place. "I hope you don't take it personally,".

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