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74-75 Lyrics By The Connells Songs Album: Ring Year: 1993 Got no reason for coming to me And the rain running down There's no reason And the same voice co

The Connells - 74-75
The Connells - 74-75


The Connells - 74-75 Lyrics and Youtube Music Videos

Album: Ring
Released: 1993

74-75 Lyrics


Got no reason for coming to me
And the rain running down
There's no reason
And the same voice coming to me like it's all slowin' down
And believe me

I was the one who let you know
I was your sorry-ever-after '74, '75

It's not easy
Nothin' to say 'cause it's already said
It's never easy
When I look on in your eyes then I find that I'll do fine
When I look on in your eyes then I'll do better

I was the one who let you know
I was your sorry-ever-after '74, '75
Giving me more and I'll define
'Cause you're really only after '74, '75

Got no reason for coming to me
And the rain running down
There's no reason
When I look on in your eyes then I find that I'll do fine
When I look on in your eyes then I'll do better

I was the one who let you know
I was sorry-ever-after '74, '75
Giving me more and I'll define
'Cause you're really only after '74, '75

'74, '75
'74, '75
'74, '75

Writer/s: DAVID CONNELL, TIMOTHY HARPER, WILLIAM WIMBERLEY JR, DOUGLAS MAC MILLAN, MICHAEL CONNELL, GEORGE HUNTLEY, STEPHEN POTAK
Publisher: THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY
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74-75
  • The Connells were a rock group formed in Raleigh, North Carolina by David Connell (bass), his brother Mike Connell (guitar), Doug MacMillan (vocals) and John Shultz (drums), who was soon replaced by former Johnny Quest percussionist Peele Wimberley. In 1990 they added Steve Potak (keyboards) to their line up.
  • This acoustic ballad became an unexpected smash hit in Europe, topping the pop charts in many countries across the continent including Germany, Norway and Sweden. In the UK it became a hit in 1995 but it failed to chart in the US, though another track from their Ring album, "Slackjawed" reached #9 in the American Modern Rock Tracks chart.
  • In 1995, this was featured in the James Mangold film Heavy.

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