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Download Outta My Head - Liz Longley - Liz Longley (CD, Album)
2015
Label: Sugar Hill Records (2) - SUG-CD-4108 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Pop, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country


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Outta My Head - Liz Longley - Liz Longley (CD, Album)

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  1. Mar 03,  · Outta My Head Liz Longley. Produced by Gus Berry. Album Liz Longley. Outta My Head Lyrics [Verse 1] I was packing to move to New York City You were the last thing I .
  2. FUNERAL FOR MY PAST Liz’s forthcoming record Funeral For My Past was produced by 5x Grammy nominated producer, Paul Moak, in Nashville, TN. The record was funded by Kickstarter supporters in late Album due Sept 18, Pre-Order Funeral For My .
  3. Nov 18,  · Liz Longley's self-titled CD/LP on Sugar Hill is off-the-charts great! The opener "Outta My Head" jumps out of the speakers, melodic, catchy, with Liz's vocals filled with longing and passion, "I was packing to move to New York City; You were the last thing I thought I'd find; Miles & miles away, you should be gone now, but our years together are like movies in my mind.".
  4. Outta My Head by Liz Longley: Listen to songs by Liz Longley on Myspace, a place where people come to connect, discover, and share.
  5. Liz Longley - Outta My Head Lyrics. I was packing to move to New York City You were the last thing I thought I'd find Miles and miles away you should be gone now But our yea.
  6. Outta My Head This song is by Liz Longley and appears on the album Liz Longley (). I was packing to move to New York City You were the last thing I thought I'd find Miles and miles away you should be gone now But our years together play like movies in my mind 'Cause I found your letters And that Don Martin record That we spun until it was dead I .
  7. Liz Longley's self-titled Sugar Hill debut is the recording that should make the rest of the country aware of what East Coast audiences have known for a while: that she's a savvy singer/songwriter whose work is as well-crafted as it is intimate and swipnaticurtoli.occansimarbertralibudnovemitse.co album was originally funded by a Kickstarter campaign whose end result far exceeded her expectations.
  8. Likewise, album-opener "Outta My Head" revels in the sonic and hook trains some of the best songs on Taylor Swift's Red did. That said, "You've Got That Way," which simultaneously references the elegant country pop of Patsy Cline and early rock & roll crooning (Longley indulges her fine falsetto), complete with a backing chorus and a poignant.

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