GOING, GOING, GONE" & "(Somebody's Gonna) END UP LOVIN" by CODY BLACK, circa 1967. Автовоспроизведение Если функция включена, то следующий ролик начнет воспроизводиться автоматически.
Artist Black, Cody Label Ram-brock: 2002 blue Format 45 A side Going Going Gone B side Somebody''s Gonna End Up Lovin Year 67 City detroit, mich Tracklisting Produced By Cody Black & Rudy Robinson A+b Comp.
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All that money that you got gonna be gone That gear that you rock gonna be gone The house up on the hill gonna be gone The gold purse on your grill gonna be gone The ice on your wrist gonna be gone That nice little Miss gonna be gone That whip that you roll gonna be gone And what's worst is.
Producer – Cody Black, Rudy Robinson Written-By – Black, Burton, Robinson. Going, Going, Gone, (Somebody's Gonna) End Up Lovin (7", Single). Label Category Country Year.
Going, Going, Gone" is a song written by Jan Crutchfield, and performed by American country music artist Lee Greenwood. It was released in December 1983 as the third single from the album Somebody's Gonna Love You. "Going, Going, Gone" was Lee Greenwood's second number one on the country chart. The single went to number one for one week and spent twelve weeks on the country chart.
Artist: Lee Greenwood. Album: Heartbreakers, 1995. from the 1985 MCA Lp. Greatest Hits Produced by Jerry Crutchfield written by Jan Crutchfield. It was featured on his Somebody's Gonna Love You album and released as a single in December 1983. this is one of Lee's best songs and this vinyl version highlights the great music arrangement also great vocals. You don't hear this song on the radio now days and this is a great example of the 80's great country
|A||Going, Going, Gone||2:27|
|B||(Somebody's Gonna) End Up Lovin||2:20|
- Manufactured By – Ram-Brock Records
- Published By – Soral Publishing
- Mastered At – Nashville Matrix
- Arranged By – Rudy Robinson
- Producer – Black*, Robinson*
- Written-By – Black*, Burton*, Robinson*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label, side A): 2002 A
- Matrix / Runout (Label, side B): 2002 B
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, etched, side A): RB 2002 A 95
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, etched, side B): RB 2002 B 95
- Barcode (Runout, stamped, sides A & B): Nashville Matrix
- Rights Society: BMI
|RB 2002||Cody Black||Going, Going, Gone / (Somebody's Gonna) End Up Lovin' (7")||Ram-Brock||RB 2002||US||1967|
|2002||Cody Black||Going, Going, Gone / (Somebody's Gonna) End Up Lovin (7", Single, W/Lbl)||Ram-Brock||2002||US||1967|