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  1. () Me and My Shadows is the second studio album by singer Cliff Richard and third album overall. Recorded with The Shadows and produced by Norrie Paramor, it was released through Columbia Records in October and reached No. 2 in the UK album chart. The album was recorded at .
  2. Print and download Me and My Shadow sheet music by Robbie Williams. Sheet music arranged for Piano/Vocal/Guitar in Eb Major (transposable). SKU: MN
  3. Cliff Richard's third long-player and second studio album features him and the Shadows in a series of nicely played and beautifully recorded but mostly relatively undistinguished songs, nine of which were authored by the current Shadows membership or founding member Ian genidisgioboithetiliboharisi.coinfo the exception of "I Don't Know," the latter's work tends toward Elvis Presley-style rockers (no surprise from.
  4. Pass me one by one Guess I'll wind up like I always do With only Me and my shadow Strolling down the avenue Me and my shadow Not a soul to tell our troubles to But when it's twelve a clock We climb the stair We never knock 'Cause nobody's there Just me and my shadow All alone and feeling blue And when it's twelve a clock We climb the stair We.
  5. Jan 27,  · referencing Me And My Shadows, LP, Album, SCX , 1 A The Belgian release should have 4C 1A is a Dutch release. Reply Notify me Helpful4/5(64).
  6. Cliff Richard's third long-player and his second studio album features him and the Shadows in a series of nicely played and beautifully recorded but mostly relatively undistinguished songs, nine of which were authored by the current Shadows membership or founding member Ian genidisgioboithetiliboharisi.coinfo the exception of "I Don't Know," the latter's work tends toward Elvis Presley-style rockers (no surprise 7/
  7. "Me and My Shadow" is a popular song. Officially the credits show it as written by Al Jolson, Billy Rose, and Dave Dreyer; in fact, Billy Rose was exclusively a lyricist, Dreyer a composer, and Al Jolson a performer who was often given credits so he could earn more money. The actual apportionment of the credits would be likely to be music by Dreyer, lyrics by Rose, and possibly some small.

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