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    Posted 11 months ago

    Brunswick
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    THE ORIGINAL 1976 RELEASE BY ROD STEWART, 'TONIGHTS THE NIGHT(GONNA BE ALLRIGHT)'.
    THE SONG 'FOOL FOR YOU' IS ON THE FLIPSIDE.
    FROM THE ALBUM 'A NIGHT ON THE TOWN'.

    THANK YOU,
    THOMAS.

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    1. Newfld Newfld, 11 months ago
      Remember this song well Thomas, it was rather racy even for the 70s with Rod's girlfriend Britt Ekland whispering in the background! One of his biggest hits, cool post
    2. Brunswick Brunswick, 11 months ago
      Jenni, Thank You much for the comment. It was the song that cemented Stewarts career for sure.
      Thanks To All Whom Have Come By With The Love For The Music! Allways!

      Thomas.

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