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Robert Jones
Good Old Days
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Album: More Good Old Days (2019). Artist: Robert Jones. Money online! Converting/Cutting. Download for free and listen to Robert Jones - Good Night My Love. We have song's lyrics, which you can find out below. Org R Robert Jones.

Album Up The Bracket. The Good Old Days Lyrics. If Queen Boadicea is long dead and gone Still then the spirit In her children's children's children It lives on. If you've lost your faith in love and music Oh the end won't be long Because if it's gone for you then I too may lose it And that would be wrong. I've tried so hard to keep myself from falling Back into my bad old ways And it chars my heart to always hear you calling Calling for the good old days Because there were no 'good old days' These are the good old days

1) Robert Jones (. 577 - 1617) is an English Renaissance-era lutenist and composer. 2) The Dallas-based Robert Jones made up by Robert Hudson on Guitar, Bass, and Mandolin. Caleb Jones on Vocals, Harmonica, Percussion, Drums, and Guitar. Fred Holston on Tamborine, Keys, and Sitar. And occasionally Spencer Garland on Harmonica and Guitar and Jon Cook on Banjo.

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Good Old Days" is a song by American rapper Macklemore, featuring American singer-songwriter Kesha. It was written by Macklemore, Kesha, Budo, Andrew Joslyn, Sam Wishkoski and Tyler Andrews, with lyrics written by Macklemore and Kesha and production handled by Budo. The song was originally released as a promotional single on September 19, 2017, from Macklemore's second solo studio album, Gemini (2017).

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