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Sweet Surrender - Rod Stewart - Body Wishes (Vinyl, LP, Album)

Vudobei - 22.07.2019 - Folk /

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  1. Body Wishes is a studio album released by Rod Stewart on 10 June (see in music). It was Stewart's 12th studio album and was released on Warner Bros. Records (WEA ). The tracks were recorded and mixed at The Record Plant, Los Angeles.
  2. Sweet Surrender Lyrics: You come to me with open arms / Trying to rectify my charms / You say tonight I'm to be your lover / And by the morning light, I'm to discover / Everything that you've held.
  3. Jun 27,  · Body Wishes is a studio album released by Rod Stewart on 10 June (see in music). It was Stewart’s 12th studio album and was released on Warner Bros. Records. The tracks were recorded and mixed at The Record Plant, Los Angeles.
  4. [G B E F# G#m] Chords for Sweet surrender - Rod Stewart. with capo transposer, play along with guitar, piano, ukulele & mandolin.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Body Wishes on Discogs. Label: Warner Bros. Records - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album /5(17).
  6. Side-A1. "Dancin’ Alone" (Rod Stewart, Robin LeMesurier) 2. "Baby Jane" (Stewart, Jay Davis) 3. "Move Me" (Stewart, Davis, Tony Brock, Kevin Savigar, Wally Stocker) 4. "Body Wishes" (Stewart, Savigar, LeMesurier, Jim Cregan) 5. "Sweet Surrender" (Stewart, LeMesurier) Side-B1. "What Am I Gonna Do (I’m So in Love with You)" (Stewart, Davis, Brock) 2. "Ghetto.
  7. I have always enjoyed Rod Stewart's singles but never his whole albums -Body Wishes is the exception. I remember when this record was released in the summer of (I was only 13) and loved the singles and videos for Baby Jane and What Am I Gonna Do. I didn't buy the album on vinyl /5(58).
  8. Rod Stewart - Sweet Surrender (Remastered Album Version) Lyrics. You come to me with open arms trying to rectify my charms You say tonight I'm to be your .
  9. Oct 29,  · I also, like zebop, really like "Strangers Again," and I think the title track could have been a good single, if the album wasn't given up on by both, WB and Rod. I won't disagree that Rod was chasing trends, but he still doing good music, even if it wasn't what people (critics) thought it was the music he should be doing.