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Fascinating - Derick Hughes - All For Love (CD, Album)

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  1. The Soul Express Album of the Month July DERICK HUGHES All For Love (US Be 4 Real) Fascinating - I Think About - Love And The Lady - More Than Love - All For Love - More Than Love - Maybe - Segue - Somehow - The Way You Love - Can You Say Love - Want And Desire - Crazy - Sho Nuff In Love - Segue - Hip City - Segue - Ebony Child - All For Love.
  2. I remember our faded love. Chorus I miss you darlin' more and more every day As heaven would miss the stars above With every heartbeat I still think of you And remember our faded love. As I think of the past and all the pleasure we had, As I watch the mating of a dove, And it was in the springtime that we said goodbye. I remeber our faded love.
  3. Paul’s sister ‘Tootie’ Williams features with Paul’s godson Derick Hughes, on a fine reworking of the Jean Carne evergreen ‘Sweet and Wonderful’. Derick was in the group Bridge, with Paul, and was featured at this site back in , with the singer’s solo set ‘All For Love’. A real family affair, all told.
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for All for Love - Derick Hughes on AllMusic -
  5. Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Stanza Other Poems Their heads fell apart into sleep like the two halves Of a lopped melon, but love is hard to stop In their entwined sleep they exchanged arms and legs In their dreams their brains took each other hostage In the morning they wore each.
  6. Lyrics to 'Where Is The Love?' by Black Eyed Peas: What's wrong with the world, mama People livin' like they ain't got no mamas I think the whole world addicted .
  7. Frederic Godfrey Hughes was born on 26 January in the Melbourne suburb of Windsor, the son of a grazier, Charles Hughes and his wife Ellen. He was educated at Melbourne Grammar School. [1] As a youth, Hughes was a talented player of Australian rules football ; he was also an accomplished athlete and rower, according to biographer Judy Smart.
  8. Forever Like That Ben Rector Well I'll be the words on the pages / If you'll be my sweet melody That's What's Up Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros You be the book, I'll be the binding / You be the words I'll be the rhyming That's What's Up Skinny Love Bon Iver Edward Sharpe.

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