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Squeeze - Goodbye Girl download album

  • Performer: Squeeze
  • Album: Goodbye Girl
  • FLAC: 1435 mb | MP3: 1390 mb
  • Released: 1978
  • Style: New Wave
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 871
  • Format: ASF MP4 DMF AU WAV APE WMA
Squeeze  - Goodbye Girl download album

Track 11 from their album "Cool for Cats" (1979). Composed by Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook.

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Goodbye Girl" is the first single released from Squeeze's second album Cool for Cats. Three different versions were recorded: one for the UK single, one for the American single, and one for the album. In the UK, the single reached number 63 on the UK Singles Chart. In 2007, the reunited Squeeze recorded a new, guitar-heavy version of "Goodbye Girl" for an Under Armour television advertisement. The Shins covered the song for Levi's Pioneer Sessions in 2010.

Album Name Goodbye Girl. Type EP. Data wpisu 1978. Wydawcy A And M Records. Styl muzycznyNew-Wave. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album0. Other productions from Squeeze.

Squeeze – Goodbye Girl Lyrics. from album: Cool For Cats (1979). but she'd gone Goodbye girl Goodbye girl Goodbye girl I lost my silver bracelet My clubroom locker keys The money in the billfold It doesn't bother me My wife has moved to boston So luck is not the word If you ever see her Say hello goodbye girl Sunlight on the lino Woke me with a shake I looked around to. find her but she'd gone Goodbye girl Goodbye girl Goodbye girl Goodbye girl Goodbye girl Goodbye girl Goodbye girl.

Squeeze - Goodbye Girl (Live at Hammersmith Odeon, 9 March 1980). Download MP3. Squeeze.

Squeeze - Goodbye Girl. Album: Live At the Fillmore, 2012. Released in November 1978, it was the first single from their second album "Cool For Cats" which was released in March 1979. The lyric and arrangement is slightly different to the album version. I heard this played on the radio the other day and it was described by the DJ as "the Squeeze classic". I wonder how many other singles can be described as "classics" and yet only make 63 in the charts

Goodbye Girl" was the first single released from Squeeze's second album Cool for Cats. Three different versions were recorded: one for the UK single, one for the American single, and one for the album In 2007, the reunited Squeeze recorded a new, guitar-heavy version of "Goodbye Girl" for an Under Armour television advertisement Tarkio, featuring Colin Meloy of The Decemberists, recorded "Goodbye Girl" in 1998

The song Goodbye girl has no more notability than anything on the disambiguation page. Oldag07 (talk) 03:28, 24 April 2009 (UTC). Support a move to Goodbye Girl (Squeeze song) per nom. - AjaxSmack 06:00, 26 April 2009 (UTC). I will move it on the 30th if no more further objections. unless someone else wants to do it earlier. Oldag07 (talk) 00:08, 28 April 2009 (UTC). When necessary, disambiguation should be done using (band), (album), or (song) (such as Anthrax (band) or Insomniac (album)); use further disambiguation only when needed (for example X (. band), X (Australian band))" In this case further disambiguation is needed, to distinguish between the Squeeze one and the Go West one. ƒingersonRoids 02: 55, 29 April 2009 (UTC). Support moving to Goodbye Girl (Squeeze song) and redirecting Goodbye Girl (song) to it.

Released in November 1978, it was the first single from their second album "Cool For Cats" which was released in March 1979. I wonder how many other singles can be described as "classics" and yet only make 63 in the charts. Coming to think of it, how many singles that made such a lowly chart position can you remember?