rob hoeke rhythm & blues group - drinking on my bed - stereo edit
rob hoeke rhythm & blues group - drinking on my bed - stereo edit
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Edit for headphones. The white haired man is the bass player, a warm bass was my intention. (Maybe a bit distorted sometimes, sorry)
This song got to # 11 in the Dutch 1966 charts. From the album "Save Our Souls".

No sounds were added.

Willem Schoone: bass
John Schuursma: guitar, bass solo
Frans Hoeke: vocals, guitar
Martin Rudelsheim: drums
Wil de Meyer: (brown jacket) guitar

DRINKING ON MY BED
(Rob Hoeke/John Schuursma)

I'm drinking on my bed 'till late just longing for relief
I'm drinking 'till I'm high, escaping from my grief

Staring in my glass I see you lay down in the grass, the eyes still closed
Then you're back a shade, of what you were, the eyes wide open like a ghost.

Dreadful creatures try to break my heart and try to make me mad
Make me lose my mind, the aches are much to bad...

(instrumental)

I don't know how long I'm here, I'm not aware of time
Hide away my face, I'm whispering your name

Trying to forget whatever, that we ever loved, we even met
Trying not to think about your knocking on the door of your sick mind

So don't knock on my door, I won't be coming again
Don't weep over me, my new soul knows no pain

I'm drinking on my bed 'till late just longing for relief
I'm drinking 'till I'm high, escaping from my grief

Dreadful creatures try to break my heart and try to make me mad
Make me lose my mind, the aches are much to bad..

Trying to forget whatever, that we ever loved, we even met
Trying not to think about your knocking on the door of your sick mind


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(All rights reserved by the copyright owners. This nonprofit fan-made video is solely to promote awareness and interest in the artists and the music.)

This sound recording is administered by UMG. No copyright infringement is intended. The purpose of this upload is for viewer enjoyment and education, not for monetary gain.
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Views: 95
Uploaded: 8 months ago
Duration: 03:21
Rate this video
Rating: 5/5 ~ Votes: 1
Videos: 666
Subscribers: 28
Description
Edit for headphones. The white haired man is the bass player, a warm bass was my intention. (Maybe a bit distorted sometimes, sorry)
This song got to # 11 in the Dutch 1966 charts. From the album "Save Our Souls".

No sounds were added.

Willem Schoone: bass
John Schuursma: guitar, bass solo
Frans Hoeke: vocals, guitar
Martin Rudelsheim: drums
Wil de Meyer: (brown jacket) guitar

DRINKING ON MY BED
(Rob Hoeke/John Schuursma)

I'm drinking on my bed 'till late just longing for relief
I'm drinking 'till I'm high, escaping from my grief

Staring in my glass I see you lay down in the grass, the eyes still closed
Then you're back a shade, of what you were, the eyes wide open like a ghost.

Dreadful creatures try to break my heart and try to make me mad
Make me lose my mind, the aches are much to bad...

(instrumental)

I don't know how long I'm here, I'm not aware of time
Hide away my face, I'm whispering your name

Trying to forget whatever, that we ever loved, we even met
Trying not to think about your knocking on the door of your sick mind

So don't knock on my door, I won't be coming again
Don't weep over me, my new soul knows no pain

I'm drinking on my bed 'till late just longing for relief
I'm drinking 'till I'm high, escaping from my grief

Dreadful creatures try to break my heart and try to make me mad
Make me lose my mind, the aches are much to bad..

Trying to forget whatever, that we ever loved, we even met
Trying not to think about your knocking on the door of your sick mind


®© UMG

(All rights reserved by the copyright owners. This nonprofit fan-made video is solely to promote awareness and interest in the artists and the music.)

This sound recording is administered by UMG. No copyright infringement is intended. The purpose of this upload is for viewer enjoyment and education, not for monetary gain.
Category
Music
Autoplay: No Yes