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7 thoughts on “ Please Send Me Someone (Anselmos Song) - George Michael - Patience (CD, Album)

  1. Tygozilkree
    Song Title: George Michael- Please Send Me Someone (Anselmo's Song) Lyrics George Michael- Please Send Me Someone (Anselmo’s Song) Lyrics. Some people said, if I could only care for you Some people said, he will never love again Some people said, you can see it in his eyes He keeps it all inside and yet.
  2. Tosida
    International version of his album features two tracks that were left off the US pressing, 'Shoot the Dog' and 'Patience Pt.2'. 14 tracks in all including the lead off single, 'Amazing' and the follow-up 'Flawless'. The album also includes the tribute, 'John & Elvis', which was composed on John Lennon's piano. Epic.
  3. Shakagami
    Please send me someone, someone to love As much as I loved you (The way I loved you, darlin') Please, please send me someone, someone to love Please send me someone Any time, any day, any time, any day now Any time any day, any time, any day now Please, please send me someone Just to hold me now that you're gone Some people say, "I hope you know .
  4. Vusar
    Patience is the fifth and final studio album by the English singer-songwriter George Michael, released on 15 March
  5. Zulugrel
    Those long, long separations between albums suggest that Michael is a painstaking perfectionist in the studio, and Patience sure sounds like the work of a musician who spent every day of those eight years working on these 14 tracks (12 on the U.S. version; the anti-Bush and -Blair "Shoot the Dog" was excised for the American CD, presumably.
  6. Nalar
    Shoot The Dog Album Patience ; You Have Been Loved Album Older ; Please Send Me Someone (Anselmos Song) Album Patience ; Heartbeat Album Make It Big ; Mothers Pride Album Listen Without Prejudice ; You've Changed Album Song From The Last Century ; The Long And Winding Road Album Ladies & Gentlemen
  7. Faejas
    May 18,  · The title track was written on John Lennon's Imagine piano that George bought and recovered so it would stay in England and he donated it to the Beatles museum in Liverpool. The booklet with the lyrics shows George playing the piano in the studio. Another great album to add to an already great collection and career/5().

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