Category: Classic Rock

Marie Osmond With Paul Davis (3) - Youre Still New To Me (Vinyl)

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  1. You're Still New to Me (feat. Paul Davis) Lyrics: Harold comes over and cries on my shoulder / While Linda keeps you on the phone / Lord knows their tryin to keep their love from dyin / But.
  2. You're Still New To Me Vocals [Duet] – Paul Davis (3) A4: Making Magic: A5: I Know The Feeling: B1: Your Love Carries Me Away: B2: We're Gonna Need A Love Song: B3: New Love: B4: More Than Dancing: B5: Everybody's Crazy 'Bout My Baby.
  3. Background. The album consists of ten tracks of country pop material. It includes some guitar and bass solos and some saxophone solos as well on some of the songs. Like its predecessor, the album spawned four singles on the Billboard Country Chart, beginning with a Paul Davis duet entitled, "You're Still New to Me" in It was followed by the title track released towards the end of
  4. No doubt inspired by the success of Meet me in Montana (a duet with Dan Seals from her previous album), Marie included another duet here, You're still new to me. Marie's singing partner here is Paul Davis, who had a few country hits of his own and also featured on Tanya Tucker's I .
  5. Mar 01,  · You're Still New To Me · Marie Osmond featuring Paul Davis I Only Wanted You ℗ Curb Records, Inc. Released on: Artist: Marie Osmond Featured Artist: Paul Davis Auto-generated by YouTube.
  6. You're Still New To Me, a song by Marie Osmond, Paul Davis on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, You're Still New To Me By Marie Osmond, Paul Davis. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. You're Still New To Me - Paul Davis. Featured on.
  7. Check out You're Still New To Me by Marie Osmond featuring Paul Davis on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on spirinsosescihaslofadetiriver.coinfo5/5(1).
  8. Oct 03,  · David Frizzell & Shelly West - You're The Reason God Made Oklahoma (#) - Duration: Jørgen Petersen , views.
  9. "You're Still New to Me" is a song written by Paul Davis and Paul Overstreet, and recorded by American country music artist Marie Osmond as a duet with Davis. It was released in July as the first single from the album I Only Wanted You.

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