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  1. I Just Don't Have the Heart Lyrics: Silhouettes Lyrics: Please Don't Tease Lyrics: Baby You're Dynamite Lyrics: Lucky Lips Lyrics: From a Distance Lyrics: It'll Be Me Lyrics: We Don't Talk Anymore Lyrics: Travellin' Light Lyrics: When the Girl in Your Arms Is the Girl in Your Heart Lyrics: Living Doll.
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  3. Cliff Richard has one of the most incredible voices I have ever heard in my life! If you like good 80s pop songs (from ); you are missing out on a tremendous talent by not having this CD. Like me; several of you will remember three songs here/5().
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  5. Before the Beatles, Cliff Richard and the Shadows dominated the English pop music scene. He was frequently known as the "English Elvis." I was hoping for more of the early rock and roll period, but the CD is mostly Richard's later career, which is largely (to my taste) bland generic pop/5().
  6. "We Don't Talk Anymore" is a song recorded by Cliff Richard that reached number one in the UK Singles Chart in August , remaining there for four weeks. Produced by The Shadows' rhythm guitarist, Bruce Welch, and written by Alan Tarney, it was Cliff Richard's tenth UK number one and his first since "Congratulations" in
  7. Sir Cliff Richard is a British singer and actor who made his professional debut in August His discography consists of 45 studio albums (43 English, 2 German), seven soundtrack albums, 11 live albums, three stage show cast albums, 15 mainstream compilation albums, seven box sets, eight gospel compilation albums, 46 EPs and singles (in the UK, including singles only available via.
  8. "We Don't Talk Anymore"'s sound may be laid back and unhurried, but it is a pop song, and it's a far cry from the insipid ballads that he had been sporting up until the mid-'70s. "Carrie," the second Top 40 hit from the album, brandished the same type of appeal, enabling Richard to break away from the complaisant love song while allowing his.

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