Sweet Thing(s) may refer to: Sweet Thing (band), a Canadian pop rock group. Clydie King & The Sweet Things. Sweet Thing (album), a 1997 album by Boney James. Sweet Things (Georgie Fame album), a 1966 album by Georgie Fame. Sweet Things (ThaMuseMeant album), an album by ThaMuseMeant. Sweet Thang", a song by Nat Stuckey, also covered by Ernest Tubb, Loretta Lynn, Gene Summers. Sweet Thing" (Rufus song), also covered by Mary J. Blige. Sweet Thing" (David Bowie song), suite of songs written by David Bowie.
The Sweet things They will pass you by The Sweet Things That bring your dreams to life The sweet things That sometimes make you cry How come we don't see them All the time. Well you know the world is crazy And sometimes we get lazy So hold on to the love you make Don't kiss it all goodbye. The Sweet things They will pass you by The Sweet Things That bring your dreams to life The sweet things That sometimes make you cry How come we don't see them All the time.
Indiana Gregg (born Indiana Melissa in Terre Haute, Indiana) is a singer-songwriter living in Lenzie near Glasgow, Scotland. Her music contains elements of pop, soul and folk. Releases include featured artist on Kool & the Gang's "The Hits Reloaded" where she performed their hit titled "Tonight" and a 2007 debut release of her album "Woman At Work" with singles "Sweet Things", "Love Is Blind" and "One of Us" released from the album in April, June and October 2007 respectively. In 2005 two of her songs, "Sweet Things" and "For Life", made it to the top finalists in the Pop category (56 finalists out of the 4000 songs entered) of The UK Songwriting Contest. These two songs were later also released on her 2007 album titled Woman at Work. In 2005, Indiana also did a supporting tour with Wet Wet Wet.
Georgie Fame – Sweet Things. Label: Columbia – SX 6043. Format: Vinyl, LP, Mono, Album. Drums – John Mitchell. Engineer – Peter Hitchcock.
Sweet Things (Georgie Fame album). Sweet Things is the 1966 third album with the Blue Flames by Georgie Fame which reached N. in the album Top Ten in the UK. Following this album his band The Blue Flames was replaced with The Tornados. The album, issued on the Columbia label (SX 6043), has been described as "one of the finest British R&B albums of the mid-'60s.
Related Information for Indiana Gregg Indiana Gregg is a Billboard and VH-1 Save the Music award winning songwriter. Songs from the 2007 release of her album "Woman At Work" have won critical aclaim in the Brit Trust "UK Songwriting competition" where "Sweet Things" and "For Life" achieved finalist awards. Indiana Gregg is a vocalist born in the United States, living in Glasgow, Scotland. Browse Artists, Submit Lyrics.
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