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1. Bones - GladWeHaveAnUnderstanding (Prod. By Dylan Brady)

  • Published: 2016-02-07T09:37:09Z
  • By TeamSESH
Bones - GladWeHaveAnUnderstanding (Prod. By Dylan Brady)

Download: http://www.mediafire.com/download/8asnjbudwmlbgku/Bones+-+Useless.zip Prod. by Dylan Brady lyrics fuck out the way all your shit lame i feel no pain were not the same we in this thing scrapyard boy backyard noise mold in my veins cant breathe fuck this world wasnt meant for me or the other way around either way we we got what they need to get this bitch movin you you see and repeat but still you cant do it thats just reality checkin back go back online and go flex them racks the people you swear that would have your back they the first one to go ghost when it black i hope you get all this money and realize that this shit is nothing but trouble i hope that i figure out all this shit with time here we go again sitting in the alleyway bitch im on a roll again glass in the street bums sleepin on the curb 100 so called good people pass without a word and they say wanna change it you dont wanna change less its something that you pay with say theres a price but you yet to ever pay shit people talk victim but dont ever wanna save shit you you got what it takes but youll never do shit you you see and repeat and still you cant do it

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2. u & me (Prod. Ansel)

u & me (Prod. Ansel)

Thanks for listening Produced @https://soundcloud.com/iamansel-montgomery Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/dylanprice430/ Cover art made by: https://www.instagram.com/alex.psd/

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3. Second Guessing (Prod. Ansel)

Second Guessing (Prod. Ansel)

Second Guessing Prod by https://soundcloud.com/iamansel-montgomery

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4. hsf

hsf

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5. New private playlist

New private playlist

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6. Calvin Klein feat. Dylan Reese (prod by Classixs Beats)

Calvin Klein feat. Dylan Reese (prod by Classixs Beats)

Lyrics by: Jack Price Performed by: Jack Price and Dylan Reese Produced by: Classixs Beats Recorded at: The Cellar Mixed by: Dylan Reese Cover Art by: Jack Price

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7. It's lit

It's lit

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8. I Don't Know (feat. Dylan Reese)

I Don't Know (feat. Dylan Reese)

Lyrics by: Jack Price Performed by: Jack Price and Dylan Reese Produced by: Ryan Brammeier Engineered by: Dylan Reese Recorded at: The Cellar

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10. Superstar vs Lange

Superstar vs Lange

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11. "You Belong To Me" - Bob Dylan

  • Published: 2010-08-26T01:57:21Z
  • By arnellos

"You Belong to Me" is a pop music ballad from the 1950s. The singer reminds his/her lover that, whatever exotic locales and sights he/she experiences, "you belong to me." It is credited to three writers: Pee Wee King, Chilton Price, and Redd Stewart. Price wrote most of the song, and ceded equal credit to the other two in exchange for their work in promoting it. King and Stewart did rearrange the song because it was written as a war song during World War II and changed the title to "You Belong To Me" along with arranging the music.The original version of the song was recorded by Sue Thompson on Mercury's country label. It was soon covered by Patti Page, whose version was issued by Mercury as catalog number 5899, with "I Went to Your Wedding" (a bigger Patti Page hit, reaching #1) on the flip side. It entered the Billboard chart on August 22, 1952, and lasted 12 weeks on the chart, peaking at #4. A cover version by Jo Stafford became the most popular version. Issued by Columbia Records as catalog number 39811, it was Stafford's greatest hit, topping the charts in both the United States and the United Kingdom (the first song by a female singer to top the UK chart). It first entered the US chart on August 1, 1952 and remained there for 24 weeks. In the UK, it appeared in the first ever UK chart of November 14, 1952 (then a top 12) and reached number 1 on January 16, 1953, being only the second record to top such chart, remaining in the chart for a total of 19 weeks. Another cover version, by Dean Martin, released by Capitol Records as catalog number 2165, was also in play at that time. This version first entered the chart on August 29, 1952, and remained on the chart for 10 weeks, reaching #12.[2] All the versions were combined in the rankings on the Cash Box charts, and the song reached #1 on those charts as well, lasting on the chart for more than half a year. In 1958 the song crossed over into rock for the first time on the Capitol album "Gene Vincent Rocks and the Blue Caps Roll." A later version of the song, by The Duprees, also made the Billboard Top 10, reaching #7 in 1962. It was recorded by many other pop vocalists, including Patsy Cline and Bing Crosby. A solo acoustic version was recorded by Bob Dylan for the 1992 album Good as I Been to You but was eventually left off as an outtake, the recording only surfacing two years later in the soundtrack for the 1994 movie Natural Born Killers. The song has also appeared on many soundtracks. Vonda Shepard's cover was used frequently on the TV series Ally McBeal alongside romantic scenes of Ally McBeal and Billy Thomas. A version by Jason Wade was part of the soundtrack to the 2001 animated film Shrek. Rocker Tori Amos also sang the classic for the Julia Roberts film Mona Lisa Smile in 2003. Actress Rose McGowan sang it on the soundtrack for the Planet Terror segment of the 2007 movie Grindhouse. While onscreen, Bette Midler sings a fragment of the song (to Nick Nolte) in the 1986 comedy Down and Out in Beverly Hills. On February 1, 2007, a short rendition of the song was sung by 64-year-old Sherman Pore as an audition piece for the television show American Idol, as a tribute to his wife who had died from cancer two days before. Mary Higgins Clark references the song throughout her novel of the same name which was published by Pocket on April 1st 1999.

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