Download Status Quo - Don't Waste My Time
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|1425-S||Status Quo||Don't Waste My Time (7")||A&M Records||1425-S||US||1973|
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From the A&M album "Piledriver" SP-4381
Duchess Music Corp. (BMI)
℗ 1972 A&M Records, Inc.
Printed in U.S.A.
Текст песни: You spend my money, you drink my best red wine You think its funny to see me all the time Sitting with my head hanging down You treat me just like a clown. Don't Waste My Time is a song by British rock band Status Quo. It is the opening track on their 1972 album Piledriver. The song was written by Francis Rossi and Bob Young in the soon-to-be trademark shuffle style the group would become famous for. The lyrics reverse gender stereotypes: the guy complains about a girl who's just out for a good time and a few laughs, not being serious about a relationship and messing around. Don't Waste My Time. Status Quo. Listen online to Status Quo - Don't Waste My Time and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and artists. Status Quo album. Status Quo - Don't Waste My Time. On this page you can download song Status Quo - Don't Waste My Time in mp3 and listen online. Hard Rock. Live Status Quo album. This song is by Status Quo and appearsDon't Waste My Time. This song is by Status Quo and appears You spend my money, you drink my best red wineYou think it's funny to see me all the timeSitting with my head hanging downYou treat me just like a clownYou spend my money but honey you sure needn't waste my time. When you get older you'll see what you have doneYou hung on my shoulder and loved me just for funSomeday when I'm older tooI'm gonna come and make a fool out of youYou spend my money, but honey you sure needn't waste my time. 1972 album by Status Quo 1972 studio album by Status QuoPiledriverStudio album by Status QuoReleasedDecember 15, 1972RecordedSeptember - Octob. The opening song, Don't Waste My Time was written by Francis Rossi and Bob Young in the soon-to-be trademark shuffle style the group would become famous for. The lyrics complain about a girl not being serious about a relationship and messing around. The song became a live favourite, and frequently got audiences bouncing around at gigs. Live is the first live album by British rock band Status Quo. The double album is an amalgam of performances at Glasgow's Apollo Theatre between 27 and 29 October 1976, recorded using the Rolling Stones Mobile Studio. The worst album we ever made, said guitarist and singer Francis Rossi. I always thought we were better than that. Rick Parfitt and I were left to mix it, and we went through the recordings of the three nights we played, only to pick the first one. I disagree with my old pal there