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  1. Dec 31,  · Mandolin Wind chords Rod Stewart (Every Picture Tells a Story) Capo II * A G Em A 2x G D G D When the rain came I thought you'd leave G D cause I knew how much you loved the sun G D But you chose to stay, stay and keep me warm G D Through the darkest nights I've ever known A G If the mandolin wind couldn't change a thing Em A Then I know I.
  2. Sing It Again Rod is Rod Stewart 's fifth album and first compilation album, released in The album is notable for its Peter Corriston -designed die-cut album sleeve (shaped like a highball glass, and through which a smiling Stewart can be seen).
  3. Feb 29,  · From the album 'Sing It Again Rod' From the album 'Sing It Again Rod' Skip navigation Sign in. Search. Rod Stewart Mandolin Wind YouTube [Find A] Reason To Believe - Duration:
  4. Sing It Again Rod () is a Compilation album by Rod Stewart. Genres: Rock, Pop Rock. Songs: Reason to Believe (Find a Reason to Believe), You Wear It Well, Mandolin Wind.
  5. Listen online to Rod Stewart - Mandolin Wind and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and artists.
  6. THE ROD STEWART ALBUM. Year Of Release: Record rating = 9 a good-hearted 'Amazing Grace' halfway through are the only tracks that I'd rate on the same level with the previous album. 'Mandolin Wind' is also pretty, But hey! I still like these songs! Again, Rod and his boys (this time some of them are really obscure.
  7. Mar 22,  · Nevertheless, Sing It Again Rod is a good collection, featuring most of the obvious choices from his first four records -- "Handbags and Gladrags," "Street Fighting Man," "Gasoline Alley," "You Wear It Well" and a full side of Every Picture Tells a Story ("Maggie May," "Mandolin Wind," "Reason to Believe," " (I Know) I'm Losing You") -- plus nice surprises like "Lost Paraguayos" and his Author: Rod Stewart.
  8. When the rain came I thought you'd leave 'Cause I knew how much you loved the sun But you chose to stay, stay and keep me warm Through the darkest nights I've ever known If the mandolin wind couldn't change a thing Then I know I love ya Oh the snow fell without a break Buffalo died in the frozen fields you know Through the coldest winter in almost fourteen years I couldn't believe you kept a.
  9. May 01,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Rod Stewart - Sing It Again Rod at Discogs. Complete your Rod Stewart collection/5().

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