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Cursed - Yes Im Leaving - Yes Im Leaving (CDr, Album)

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  1. Explore releases from Yes I'm Leaving at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Yes I'm Leaving at the Discogs Marketplace.
  2. Because i'm hollow and empty Ever since you've been around You think it's my turn To play your game I think that i deserve A chance to walk away Ever since you've been around It's never been the same You've got to be my curse You've got to be my pain You can try to bring me down There's no need to explain You've got to be my curse You've got to.
  3. So just say yes Open up your heart and tell the Lord Yes Say yes, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah Say I'll obey Jesus I won't stray Jesus But this time I've made up in my mind I've made up in my mind I'll say, say, say yes My soul said yes My mind says My heart says yeah, yeah, yes I will Jesus Yes, Yes I'll do what you want me to do I.
  4. Yes I'm Leaving are a rock band from Sydney, Australia.. Sydney. 10 Tracks. Followers. Stream Tracks and Playlists from Yes I'm Leaving on your desktop or mobile device.
  5. III: Architects of Troubled Sleep, an Album by Cursed. Released 25 March on Goodfellow (catalog no. GFR; CD). Genres: Crust Punk, Hardcore Punk. Featured peformers: Dan Dunham (bass), Mike Maxymuik (drums), Christian McMaster (guitar), Chris Colohan (vocals, layout), Teresa "The Dead Bat" (producer), Paul Aucoin (engineering), Donny Cooper (engineering, aka_text mixing role_id aka.
  6. The Yes Album is when the band definitively found the distinct sound that they built upon with later albums Fragile and Close to the Edge. It was also the first album with guitarist Steve Howe.
  7. Yes I'm Leaving. K likes. "Think Jesus Lizard, various grunge heroes at their most fiery, or a slimmed-down garage-rock version of Swans".
  8. Dec 24,  · is the eleventh studio album from the English progressive rock band Yes, released in on Atco Records. It was the first studio album since their breakup and the first to feature Trevor Rabin, and also marked the return of vocalist Jon Anderson, who had quit the band prior to their tenth studio album of

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