Tag Archives: USA-1970’s

Heart Of Glass – Música

Heart of Glass” is a song by the American new wave band Blondie, written by singer Debbie Harry and guitarist Chris Stein. Featured on the band’s third studio album, Parallel Lines (1978), it was released as the album’s third single in January 1979 and reached number one on the charts in several countries, including the United States and the United Kingdom.

Blondie – Heart Of Glass

“Heart Of Glass”

Once I had a love and it was a gas
Soon turned out had a heart of glass
Seemed like the real thing, only to find
Mucho mistrust, love’s gone behind

Once I had a love and it was divine
Soon found out I was losing my mind
It seemed like the real thing but I was so blind
Mucho mistrust, love’s gone behind

In between
What I find is pleasing and I’m feeling fine
Love is so confusing there’s no peace of mind
If I fear I’m losing you it’s just no good
You teasing like you do

Once I had a love and it was a gas
Soon turned out had a heart of glass
Seemed like the real thing, only to find
Mucho mistrust, love’s gone behind

Lost inside
Adorable illusion and I cannot hide
I’m the one you’re using, please don’t push me aside
We could’ve made it cruising, yeah

Yeah, riding high on love’s true bluish light

Once I had a love and it was a gas
Soon turned out I had a heart of glass [radio version]
Soon turned out to be a pain in the ass [album version]
Seemed like the real thing only to find
Mucho mistrust, love’s gone behind

In between
What I find is pleasing and I’m feeling fine
Love is so confusing there’s no peace of mind
If I fear I’m losing you it’s just no good
You teasing like you do

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Sister Golden Hair – Música

Sister Golden Hair” is a song written by Gerry Beckley and recorded by the band America for their fifth album Hearts (1975). It was their second single to reach number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, remaining in the top position for just one week.

Sister Golden HairAmerica (Lyrics) HQ

Well I tried to make it sunday, but I got so damn depressed
That I set my sights on monday and I got myself undressed
I ain’t ready for the altar but I do agree there’s times
When a woman sure can be a friend of mine

Well, I keep on thinkin’ ’bout you, sister golden hair surprise
And I just can’t live without you, can’t you see it in my eyes?
I been one poor correspondent, and I been too, too hard to find
But it doesn’t mean you ain’t been on my mind

Will you meet me in the middle, will you meet me in the air?
Will you love me just a little, just enough to show you care?
Well I tried to fake it, I don’t mind sayin’, I just can’t make it

Well, I keep on thinkin’ ’bout you, sister golden hair surprise
And I just can’t live without you, can’t you see it in my eyes?
Now I been one poor correspondent, and I been too, too hard to find
But it doesn’t mean you ain’t been on my mind

Will you meet me in the middle, will you meet me in the air?
Will you love me just a little, just enough to show you care?
Well I tried to fake it, I don’t mind sayin’, I just can’t make it

Doo wop doo wop
Doo wop doo wop
Doo wop doo wop
Doo wop doo wop


Baby Driver – Música

Simon & Garfunkel were an American folk rock duo consisting of singer-songwriter Paul Simon and singer Art Garfunkel. They were one of the best-selling music groups of the 1960s and became counterculture icons of the decade’s social revolution, alongside artists such as the Beatles, the Beach Boys, and Bob Dylan. Their biggest hits—including “The Sound of Silence” (1964), “Mrs. Robinson” (1968), “The Boxer” (1969), and “Bridge over Troubled Water” (1970)—reached number one on singles charts worldwide.

Simon & Garfunkel – Baby Driver

My daddy was the family bassman
My mamma was an engineer
And I was born one dark gray morn
With music coming in my ears
In my ears

They call me Baby Driver
And once upon a pair of wheels
Hit the road and I’m gone
What’s my number?
I wonder how your engines feel

Ba ba ba ba
Scoot down the road
What’s my number?
I wonder how your engines feel
Shine the light

My daddy was a prominent frogman
My mamma’s in the Naval Reserve
When I was young, I carried a gun
But I never got the chance to serve
I did not serve

They call me Baby Driver
And once upon a pair of wheels
Hit the road and I’m gone
What’s my number?
I wonder how your engines feel

Ba ba ba ba
Scoot down the road
What’s my number?
I wonder how your engines feel

My daddy got a big promotion
My mama got a raise in pay
There’s no-one home, we’re all alone
Oh come into my room and play
Yes, we can play

I’m not talking about your pigtails
But I’m talking ’bout your sex appeal
Hit the road and I’m gone
What’s my number?
I wonder how your engines
Ba ba ba ba
Scoot down the road
What’s my number?
I wonder how your engines feel

Rockin’ All Over The World – Música

“Rockin’ All Over the World” is a rock song written by John Fogerty, formerly of Creedence Clearwater Revival. It made its debut on Fogerty’s second solo album (see John Fogerty) in 1975. It was also released as a single, spending six weeks in the US top 40, peaking at #27.

John Fogerty – Rockin’ All Over The World

Well, a-here-ee-yup, a-here-ee-yup, a-here we go
All aboard, justa hittin’ the road, here we go, oh!
Rockin’ all over the world!

Well, a-geedeeup, a-geedeeup, a-get away
We’re goin’ crazy, and we’re goin’ today, here we go, oh!
Rockin’ all over the world!

And I like it, I like it, I like it, I like it
I la-la-like it, la-la-like, here we go, oh!
Rockin’ all over the world!

Well, I’m gonna tell your mama what I’m gonna do
We’re goin’ out tonight with our dancin’ shoes
Here we go, oh! Rockin’ all over the world!

And I like it, I like it, I like it, I like it
I la-la-like it, la-la-like, here we go, oh!
Rockin’ all over the world