I Dont Feel Much Like Smilin - Dr. Hook - Sometimes You Win (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  2. Dr. Hook lyrics - song lyrics sorted by album, including "Sylvia's Mother", "The Cover Of 'Rolling Stone'", "Sharing The Night Together".
  3. Sometimes You Win, an Album by Dr. Hook. Released in on Capitol (catalog no. SN; Vinyl LP). Genres: Pop Rock, Soft Rock.
  4. I Don't Feel Much Like Smilin' This song is by Dr. Hook& the Medicine Show and appears on the album Sometimes You Win () by Dr. Hook, on the box set Pleasure& Pain: The History of Dr. Hook () by Dr. Hook, on the album 36 All-Time Greatest Hits () by Dr. Hook.
  5. Tracks are: 1. Better Love Next Time 2. In over My Head 3. Sexy Eyes 4. Oh! Jesse 5. Years from Now On 6. I Don't Feel Much Like Smilin' 7. What Do You Want 8. Love Monster 9. Mountain Mary - Dr. Hook,, Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show Help Me Mama - Dr. Hook,, Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show/5(4).
  6. 'Cause I don't - feel much like - feelin' your way B7 All my dollar bills are turning into nickels and dimes If things got worse I couldn't get more behind A B7 E So it don't matter anyway Gb It's one of them old days - you know the kind It feels like my neck's hung on a clothes line B7 And someone's hanging me - .
  7. Apr 11,  · Sometimes You Win, an Album by Dr. Hook. Released in on Capitol (catalog no. SW; Vinyl LP). Genres: Pop Rock, Soft Rock. Featured peformers: Ray Sawyer (performer), John Wolters (performer), Dennis Locorriere (performer), Rik Elswit (performer), Williard (performer), Bill Francis (performer), Jance Garfat (performer), Barry Beckett (performer), Mickey Buckins (performer), /5(75).
  8. Sometimes You Win is where Dr. Hook went all-in on polyester leisure suits, ditching the Shel Silverstein material (the songwriter decided he had become bored with writing songs) and delivering something close to a soft rock-disco masterpiece. Bad taste is in full effect -- the cover itself is a gaudy horror show of dice with crying eyes, a painting that wouldn't even make sense when slathered 7/

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