Friday, 4 September 2015

Musical Brother's

The Everly Brother's. 1960's version of Sam Smith, okay maybe not but, a pair of well-dressed men that sold over eight million copies of the record. Later to become the one to watch for great music, of their day. A short but sweet catchy tune.

A great tune for you all.

Cathy's clown by The Everly Brothers


Don't want your love anymore
Don't want your kisses, that's for sure
I die each time
I hear this sound:
"Here he comes. That's Cathy's clown."

I've gotta stand tall
You know a man can't crawl
But when he knows you're tellin’ lies
And he hears them passing’ by
He's not a man at all

Don't want your love anymore
Don't want your kisses, that's for sure
I die each time
I hear this sound:
"Here he comes. That's Cathy's clown."

When you see me shed a tear
And you know that it’s sincere
Don’t you think it’s kind of sad
That you’re treating me so bad
Or don’t you even care?

Don't want your love anymore
Don't want your kisses, that's for sure
I die each time
I hear this sound:
"Here he comes.
That's Cathy's clown
That's Cathy's clown
That's Cathy's clown."

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