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Lisa singing Come on Eileen at Caiti Holle's 21 birthday bar run :]
8 Jun 2011
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Vamos Eileen (Come on Eileen) by Celtas Cortos
24 Dec 2010
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Carpoolers - Come On, Eileen
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My Lyrics to "Come on Eileen" by " Dexy's Midnight Runners." Note: The music to this film is only being used to represent the feel of the film. It is not to intake profit, or claim that it is my own. A person is allowed to rebroadcast copyrighted materials if they are used for the purposes of criticism, parody, comedy, etc.This film is a form of comedy, and this video doesn't violate copyright law.
5 Feb 2010
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Poor old Johnny Ray sounded sad upon the radio He moved a million hearts in mono Our mothers cried, And sang along who'd blame them? You've grown, so grown Now I must say more than ever (Come on Eileen) Toora Loora Toora Loo-Rye Aye And we can sing just like our fathers Come on Eileen, I swear (well he means) At this moment, you mean everything You in that dress, my thoughts I confess Verge on dirty Ah come on Eileen These people round here, wear beaten down eyes Sunk in smoke dried faces, so resigned to what their fate is But not us, no not us, we are far too young and clever (Remember) Toora Loora Toora Loo-Rye-Aye Eileen I'll hum this tune forever Come on Eileen, I swear, well he means Ah come on let's, take off everything Pretty red dress Eileen (Tell him yes) Ah come on let's, ah come on Eileen Pretty red dress Eileen (Tell him yes) Ah come on let's, ah come on Eileen, please Come on, Eileen taloo-rye-aye Come on, Eileen taloo-rye-aye (Now you have grown, now you have shown, oh, Eileen) Said Come on, Eileen taloo-rye-aye (repeat in background) You've grown... So grown (Show, how you feel) Now I must say more than ever Things 'round here have changed I said too-ra-loo-ra-too-ra-loo-rye-aye Come on Eileen, I swear (well he means) At this moment, you mean everything You in that dress, my thoughts I confess Verge on dirty Ah come on Eileen Come on Eileen, I swear (well he means) At this moment, you mean everything You in that dress, my thoughts I confess Well, they're dirty Come on Eileen. Gana dinero y regalos en Internet: *******dhroa65.blogspot**** *******dhroa65.googlepages****
19 Feb 2010
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(1982) Dexy's Midnight Runners are a British New Wave and Northern Soul band who achieved their major success in the early-mid 1980s. Kevin Rowland (vocals, guitar) and Kevin 'Al' Archer (vocals, guitar) founded the band in 1978 in Birmingham, England, naming the band after Dexedrine, a recreational drug popular amongst Northern Soul fans at the time. Big Jim Paterson (trombone), Geoff 'JB' Blythe (saxophone), Steve 'Babyface' Spooner (alto saxophone), Pete Saunders (keyboard), Pete Williams (bass) and Bobby 'Jnr' Ward(drums) formed the first line-up of the band to record a single, 'Dance Stance' (1979). The song only reached number 40 in the British charts, but the next single, 'Geno' -- about Geno Washington -- (featuring new recruits, Andy Leek (keyboards) and Andy 'Stoker' Growcott (drums)) was a British Number One in 1980. The band members were disappointed with their share of the profits, and soon stole the master tapes of Searching for the Young Soul Rebels, their debut LP, in order to renegotiate the deal. The album was released later in 1980 and became a massive success. After the next single, 'There There My Dear' was a hit, Rowland insisted on choosing the uncommercial, 'Keep It, Part Two' for the following single. It was a failure, and most of the band members quit, angered over continual personality problems with Rowland. Archer eventually formed The Blue Ox Babes, while Blythe, Williams, Stoker and Mick Talbot (ex-Merton Parkas, who had recently joined on keyboards) left to form The Bureau. Paterson stayed with Rowland, who added Billy Adams (guitar/banjo), Seb Shelton (drums, formerly of Secret Affair), Micky Billingham (keyboard), Brian Maurice (alto saxophone), Paul Speare (tenor saxophone) and Steve Wynne (bass), releasing 'Plan B', 'Show Me' and 'Liars A to E' in 1981 without much success. Rowland then recruited fiddle players, Helen O'Hara (from Archer's new group, the Blue Ox Babes), Steve Brennan and Roger MacDuff, known collectively as 'The Emerald Express'. With the addition of new bass player, Giorgio Kilkenny this line-up recorded Too-Rye-Ay in 1982, a Celtic folk and soul hybrid. The first single, 'The Celtic Soul Brothers', was mildly successful but 'Come on Eileen' soon followed, and became a Number One hit in both the UK and the United States. Feeling that their role in the group had diminished following the arrival of the fiddles, the brass section of Paterson, Speare and Maurice left to form The TKO Horns, while Kilkenny was replaced by Johnny Edwards on bass and Billingham left to join General Public. With the singles, 'Jackie Wilson Said (I'm In Heaven When You Smile)' (a Van Morrison cover) and 'Let's Get This Straight (From The Start)' maintaining their popularity, the group continued to tour until 1983 with a nucleus of Rowland, Adams, O'Hara and Shelton augmented by other musicians. After a two year break, Dexy's returned in 1985 with the critically-acclaimed album, Don't Stand Me Down, featuring Rowland, Adams, O'Hara and Nicky Gatfield together with various seasoned performers including Vincent Crane (ex-Atomic Rooster), Julian Littman and Tim Dancy (who had been Al Green's drummer). Rowland at first refused to issue any singles from the album, and by the time 'This Is What She's Like' was released, it was too late to save the album from commercial failure. The group disbanded the following year after a brief return to the charts with the single, 'Because Of You' (which was used as the theme tune to a British sitcom, 'Brush Strokes'), and Rowland became a solo artist with the release of 1988's poorly-received album, The Wanderer. Despite spending much of the 1990s suffering from financial problems and drug addiction, Rowland made plans to reform Dexy's together with Big Jim Paterson, although these resulted in no more than a solitary TV performance in 1993. Returning once more as a solo performer, Rowland signed to Creation Records, releasing an album of cover versions called My Beauty in 1999, which sold poorly. The demise of Creation meant that the planned follow-up album which would, once again have featured Dexy's Midnight Runners was never made. However, in April 2003 the group announced that they would be reforming for a tour and a new greatest hits album.
1 Jul 2011
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Come on Eileen by Dexy's Midnight Runners + lyrics If you like dubstep check this out: *******www.youtube****/watch?v=PTp2CCRwwUs&feature=youtu.be
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Live from the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles -- and with a little help from our touring partner Sara Bareilles -- we take on a classic from the '80s: Dexys Midnight Runners' "Come On Eileen"! Too-rah loo-rah, Sugarfriends... sing it if you know it! Video directed by Valarie Allyn Bienas
17 Mar 2013
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come on eileen ( dexy's midnight runners) - the perks of being a wallflower soundtrack, the perks of being a wallflower mp3 will be live on *******JuzOn**** , it's free, just fb or twitter connect *******Juzon**** , enjoy ^^
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Poor old Johnny Ray Sounded sad upon the radio, he moved a million hearts in mono. Our mothers cried and sang along and who'd blame them. Now you're grown, so grown, now I must say more than ever. Go Toora Loora Toora Loo-Rye-Aye and we can sing just like our fathers. Come on Eileen, I swear (well he means) At this moment you mean everything, With you in that dress my thoughts I confess verge on dirty Ah come on Eileen. These people round here wear beaten down eyes Sunk in smoke dried faces they're so resigned to what their fate is, But not us, no not us we are far too young and clever. Remember Toora Loora Toora Loo-Rye-Aye Eileen I'll hum this tune forever. Come on Eileen, I swear, well he means Ah come on let's take off everything, That pretty red dress Eileen (Tell him yes) Ah come on let's, ah come on Eileen, please
13 May 2013
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Lyrics Below: Poor old Johnny Ray Sounded sad upon the radio, he moved a million hearts in mono. Our mothers cried and sang along and who'd blame them. Now you're grown, so grown, now I must say more than ever. Go Toora Loora Toora Loo-Rye-Aye and we can sing just like our fathers. Come on Eileen, I swear (well he means) At this moment you mean everything, With you in that dress my thoughts I confess verge on dirty Ah come on Eileen. These people round here wear beaten down eyes Sunk in smoke dried faces they're so resigned to what their fate is, But not us, no not us we are far too young and clever. Remember Toora Loora Toora Loo-Rye-Aye Eileen I'll hum this tune forever. Come on Eileen, I swear, well he means Ah come on let's take off everything, That pretty red dress Eileen (Tell him yes) Ah come on let's, ah come on Eileen, please.
13 May 2013
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ft. Kevin Rowland
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Oh yes, we've become scruffy Irish men - My life is complete.
22 Jul 2010
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From the movie The Perks of Being a Wallflower - Charlie (Logan Lerman) gets up the courage to go and dance with his friends Sam (Emma Watson) and Patrick (Ezra Miller) at homecoming.
28 Sep 2012
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