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Leah (Live) - Roy Orbison - California Blue (CD)

8 comments on “ Leah (Live) - Roy Orbison - California Blue (CD)

  1. Kesar
    Leah Lyrics: Hey, Leah Leah / Hey, Leah Leah / Here I go / From the hut to the boat to the sea for Leah / Uh huh! I gotta go diving in the bay / Gotta get a lot of oysters / Find some pearls.
  2. Kegis
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of California Blue on Discogs. Label: Virgin - VST • Format: Vinyl 12 Roy Orbison - California Blue (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  3. Misar
    EU issue on g 2LP -The track anthology, spans four decades, from his start at Sun Records in the mid s, all the way through his massive comeba.
  4. Goltilmaran
    Oct 24,  · Roy Orbison - Leah HD - Duration: andre van 50+ videos Play all Mix - Roy Orbison - Leah YouTube; Roy Orbison - Running Scared live - Duration: elcoyote94 , views. The Story Of 'I'll Never Find Another You' by The Roy Orbison _ Blue Bayou - Duration: John InPhilly ,
  5. Kajigore
    California Blue / Blue Bayou (live with k.d. Lang), a Single by Roy Orbison. Released in July Genres: Pop Rock.
  6. Faekora
    Live version. The above lyrics are for the live performance of LEAH at Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, CA, during the filming of the Roy Orbison And Friends: A Black & White Night TV special. During LEAH, Bruce Springsteen played guitar sitting on a chair behind Roy Orbison.
  7. Tygor
    Roy Orbison Mostly Sealed 5" Promo CD Single-CALIFORNIA BLUE. $ + $ shipping. CD ROY ORBISON Mystery Girl VJCP VIRGIN JAPAN OBI PROMO SEALED. $ Factory Sealed (shrink wrapped) Roy Orbison Greatest Hits Live CD. $ shipping: + $ shipping. Roy Orbison - The Essential Roy Orbison [CD] $ Free nispaiponbestbacrovorkoelectpuddiarhen.coinfo Rating: % positive.
  8. Meztikasa
    Few things were hotter in than the idea of Hawaii and the Pacific Islands in general. We're talking, like, space travel, Jackie Kennedy and the threat of global nuclear annihilation, those were the only topics getting more play. "Leah" was Roy Orbison's own adorably gimmicky entry in the pantheon of Polynesian tunes.

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