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Mary Black - Only A Woman's Heart FLAC
Performer:
Mary Black
Album:
Only A Woman's Heart
Released:
1995
Country:
Europe
Label:
Arcade, The Grapevine Label
Catalog:
9909243
FLAC size:
1288 mb
MP3 size:
2532 mb
WMA size:
2931 mb


Tracklist


1Only A Woman's Heart
Vocals – Emmylou Harris
2Don't Explain (Live)
Featuring – Carl Geraghty
3The Moon & St. Christopher
4Columbus


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Album


Only A Woman's Heart. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Only A Woman's HeartKaraoke tribute version originally performed by Eleanor McEvoy And Mary Black. Only a Woman's Heart. Eleanor McEvoy, Mary Black. Chorus: My heart is low, my heart is so low, As only a womans heart can be As only a womans, as only a womans As only a womans heart can know The tears that drip From my bewildered eyes Taste of bittersweet romance Youre still in my hopes Youre still on my mind A even though. I manage on my own. Chorus When restless eyes Reveal my troubled soul And memories flood my weary heart I mourn for my dreams I mourn for my wasted love And while I know that Ill survive alone Chorus x 2. Полный текст. Only A Woman's Heart - Eleanor McEvoy & Mary Black lyrics - Продолжительность: 3:44 Anne. Caledonia - Продолжительность: 4: Woman's Heart is a compilation of twelve tracks performed by six female Irish artists, namely Eleanor McEvoy, Mary Black, Dolores Keane, Sharon Shannon, Frances Black and Maura O'Connell. The album was released in July 1992 and sold over 750,000 copies, more than any other album in Irish chart history and nearly one million copies worldwide. The 20th anniversary of its release was celebrated with four sold-out performances at the Olympia Theatre in Dublin, Ireland. Eleanor McEvoy, Mary Coughlan. manage on my own My heart is low, My heart is so low As only a woman's heart can be As only a woman, only a woman's As only a woman's heart can know When restless eyes reveal my troubled soul And memories flood my weary heart I mourn for my dreams I mourn for my wasted love And while. I know that I'll survive alone My heart is low, My heart is so low As only a woman's heart can be As only a woman, only a woman's As only a woman's heart can know. Available On. Mary Black Live in Bremen Video. Postponing Concerts. The Black Brothers new album Glackanacker out now. Mary coming back to Utrecht. Vinyl Release of Mary Black Orchestrated. Listen free to Mary Black Only A Woman's Heart Only a Woman's Heart, The Moon & St. Christopher and more. 4 tracks 16:46. Mary Black born 23 May 1955 in Dublin is an Irish singer. She is well known as an interpreter of both folk and contemporary material which has made her a major recording artist in her native Ireland and in many other parts of the world. She was named Best Female Artist in the IRMA poll in 1987, 1988, 1992, 1994 and 1996. Black was born into a musical family. Her father had been a fiddler, her mother a singer, and her brothers have their own group. Eleanor McEvoy - Only A Woman's Heart. On this page you can download song Mary Black ft. Eleanor McEvoy - Only A Woman's Heart in mp3 and listen online. Folk Indie Folk World. Mary Black , Eleanor McEvoy. Twenty Five Years. Twenty Five Songs. Similar songs. Isabelle Boulay - Only A Woman's Heart. Christie Mccarthy - Only A Woman's Heart. Mary Black - Only A Woman's Heart. Claire Hamilton - Only A Woman's Heart. Phil Coulter - Only A Woman's Heart. Mary Black - Only A Woman's Heart Featuring Eleanor Mcevoy. Celtic Woman - A Woman's Heart. Storm Large - A Woman's Heart. This song is by Mary Black and appears on the compilation album Looking Back 1995. My heart is low, My heart is so lowAs only a woman's heart can beAs only a woman, as only a woman'sAs only a woman's heart can know. The tears that drip from my bewildered eyesTaste of bittersweet romanceYou're still in my hopesYou're still on my mind ohAnd even though I manage on my own. Listen to Only A Woman's Heart, especially performed for Ireland's Favourite Folk Song by Saint Sister, above, and read all about the song below. When Eleanor McEvoy composed Only A Womans Heart, little did she know that she had written a song that would go on to capture the imagination of a nation and resonate down through generations. It was not even a regular in her early repertoire. The song, recorded as a duet with Mary Black in 1992, became the title track on the album A Womans Heart. It was a huge success, selling over a million records worldwide and remains Irelands biggest selling album of all time. Mary Black. Looking Back