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Must Be Love - Cliff Richard - Every Face Tells A Story (CD, Album)

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  1. The album's "Don't Turn the Light Out" only reached No. 57 here, but other tracks are much better. "My Kinda Life" opens the CD on a high note, while "When Two Worlds Drift Apart" and "Up in the World" show off Cliff's best ballad side. Three non-album bonus tracks make the purchase worthwhile.
  2. Must Be Love: A3: When Two Words Drift Apart: A4: You Got Me Wondering: A5: Every Face Tells A Story (It Never Tells A Lie) A6: True Smile: B1: Hey Mr. Dream Maker: B2: Give Me Love Your Way: B3: Open The World: B4: Don't Turn The Light Out: B5: It'll Be Me Baby: B6: Spider Man/5(2).
  3. Every Face Tells a Story is a album by Cliff Richard, the follow-up to Richard's comeback album, I'm Nearly Famous. The album peaked at No.8 during a week run on the UK Album Chart and spawned three hit singles. " Hey Mr. Dream Maker " was released as the first lead single in November and reached number 31 in the UK Singles siconletzlenganetarambeattmidnolor.coinfo: Pop, Rock, Country rock.
  4. Every face tells a storcy It never tells a lie Every face tells a story It never tells a lie See the man walking on the water See the light in his eyes He came into the world with a message to tell He came into the world to die Every face tells a story It never tells a lie Every face tells a story It never tells a lie You're always telling stories.
  5. Every Face Tells a Story, an Album by Cliff Richard. Released in March on EMI (catalog no. EMC ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Pop Rock.
  6. rows · Listen free to Cliff Richard – Every Face Tells A Story (My Kinda Life, Must Be Love and .
  7. Must Be Love: Terry Britten: 3. When Two Worlds Drift Apart: Peter Sills: 4. You Got Me Wondering: Terry Britten: 5. Every Face Tells a Story (It Never Tells a Lie) Michael Allison, Peter Sills: 6. Try a Smile: John Perry:
  8. Every Face Tells a Story is a album by Cliff Richard, the follow-up to Richard's comeback album, I'm Nearly Famous. The album peaked at No.8 during a /5(6).
  9. Richard also performed the song as part of the commemorations for the 50th anniversary of VE Day in , despite it having been written long after the end of World War II. George Harrison's song "It's Johnny's Birthday" from his album All Things Must Pass is based on this song. The writers Martin and Coulter filed a claim in December

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