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From Both Sides Now - Cilla Black - Sweet Inspiration (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. 15 rows · Sweet Inspiration: Put A Little Love In Your Heart: The April Fools (From The Film Of The /5(10).
  2. Priscilla Maria Veronica White OBE (– 1 August ), known by her stage name Cilla Black, was an English singer, actress, entertainer and media personality. Championed by The Beatles, she began her career as a singer in , and her singles "Anyone Who Had a Heart" () and "You're My World" () both reached number one.
  3. An accomplished and truly popular song stylist, she continued her legendary association with Beatles' producer Sir George Martin into the early 's. The two classic albums that make up this deluxe set were both Sir George Martin productions as they were her first two album releases of the s; Sweet Inspiration from and 's Images.
  4. Both Sides Now:Cilla Black. Album - Sweet Inspiration - (On the album she didn't do the 3rd verse nor the last chorus.) #1. G C G Bows and flows of Angel hair, and ice cream Bm C G castles in the air.C Am And feather canyons everywhere, I've looked D at clouds that way.G C G But now they only block the sun, they rain and Bm C G snow on everyone.
  5. Free printable and easy chords for song by Cilla Black - Both Sides Now. Chords ratings, diagrams and lyrics. Both Sides Now:Cilla Black. Album - Sweet Inspiration - (On the album she didn't do.
  6. Sweet Inspiration, an Album by Cilla Black. Released 3 July on Parlophone (catalog no. PCS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Pop. Featured peformers: George Martin (producer).
  7. tracklist: disc one: sweet inspiration sweet inspiration put a little love in your heart the april fools i can’t go on living without you both sides now across the universe black paper roses mysterious people dear madame oh pleasure man little pleasure.
  8. Cilla’s fifth studio album, ’s ‘Sweet Inspiration’, reunited her with Manfred Mann star and respected arranger Mike Vickers. The result was an album of powerful pop tunes, many of which were written by some of the best songwriters of the day, such as Joni Mitchell (‘Both Sides Now’), Les Reed (‘Dear Madame’), Jackie DeShannon (‘Put A Little Love In Your Heart’), Lennon.

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