- Performer The Surfers
- Title Never
- Date of release 1998
- Style Surf
- Other formats ASF MP3 AUD XM MMF DMF AC3
- Genre Rock / Pop
- Size MP3 1524 mb
- Size FLAC 1374 mb
- Rating: 4.4
- Votes: 210
Album Songs From the Pipe. The new year brings a change A new day or so I'd say But it's so easy to say That I'll never ever again. So come on dive right in Back again, With my old friend You know I'd love to let you in But I'm still alive. Chorus (2x): Can I be saved? Am I too late? Am I today? Never I'd say. If you're lost forever I will be there too. Digging deep inside, There's no lie The things that get me by But they only get me by When they're better and better again. See I'm rising to my feet Becoming me Who I'd like.
Album: Songs From The Pipe. Download The Surfers - Never. Songs From The Pipe: Best 2 songs. The Surfers - Cause It's Me 02:57. The Surfers - Spill 03:49. Album: Songs From The Pipe. The Surfers: best 2 tracks. The Surfers - Here Comes Santa Claus In A Red Canoe Christmas From Hawaii, 2008 01:50. The Surfers - Away In A Manger Christmas From Hawaii, 2008 02:28.
Artist: The Surfers Album: Songs From The Pipe Song: Never Tabbed by Tommy Costello. Chords Used: C F Am7 Dm. 0-E-. Intro: Strum C 2x. C F The new year brings a change. Am7 A new day. F Or so Id say Dm F But its so easy to say C Am7 F That Ill never, ever, again. C F So come on dive right in. Am7 Back again. F My old friend Dm F Though Id love to let you in C Am7 F But Im still alive.
Chords for THE SURFERS - NEVER KELLY & ROB with capo transposer, play along with guitar, piano, ukulele & mandolin. albumYou may also like to play. Xavier Rudd - Follow The Sun. Go On - Jack Johnson (Album Version). Butthole Surfers - Wooden Song. e-1-1- B-1-1-1-3- G-0-2-0-2- D-2-3-2- A-3-3-0- E-. F Or so I’d say Dm F But it’s so easy to say C Am7 F That I’ll never, ever, again. F My old friend Dm F Though I’d love to let you in C Am7 F But I’m still alive. C Can I be saved C Am I too late C Am I today C Am7 F Never I’d say.
Surfers Paradise is the second studio album by Australian recording artist Cody Simpson, released on 16 July 2013 by Atlantic Records. The album includes the singles "Pretty Brown Eyes" and "Summertime of Our Lives". The album is named after the Surfers Paradise beach on Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. He is also from Gold Coast in Australia. This was Simpson's final album under Atlantic Records. Pretty Brown Eyes" was released as the lead single from the album on April 23, 2013.
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