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8 thoughts on “ Give And Take - Gabrielle - Play To Win (Cassette, Album)

  1. If anything, the second half of the album, which displays most overtly Gabrielle’s recently-discovered country influences, is the strongest section of Play To Win, covering territory occupied by the likes of Shania Twain and Lucinda Williams.
  2. The album of the same name also reached the top spot in the UK Albums Chart, Bridget Jones's Diary, reached number four on the UK Singles Chart. Gabrielle's greatest hits collection, Dreams Can Come True, Greatest Hits Vol. 1 was released in Play to Win: Released: 17 May ;.
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Gabrielle - Play To Win at Discogs. Complete your Gabrielle collection/5(23).
  4. Give And Take Lyrics: You have come to show me another side of you / The part where you are selfish in everything you do / Imagine what I'm feeling and what this does to me / You have got me feeling.
  5. Gabrielle - You Used to Love Me Lyrics. I never thought I could not know Hard as I tried I'd have to let go I never dreamed How this would feel Torn at the seams And all is reveale.
  6. Louise Gabrielle Bobb or simply known as Gabrielle has such a rich and soulful voice. I've been a mega fan of her for years. I bought Play to Win soon after release however it got scratched over the years due to several house moves etc. This album has a country sound but with soul. The empowering poetry in her lyrics are inspirational/5(30).
  7. Feb 21,  · Gabrielle’s album ‘Play To Win’ The album opens with the second and final single Ten Years Time. Some lovely acoustic guitar and piano lead us straight into Gabrielle’s rich and luxurious vocals. This is Gabrielle’s lowest charting single to date – stalling at #43 in the UK chart. Lyrically, it feels like Gabrielle is singing a.
  8. "Dreams" is a song by English singer Gabrielle. It was written by Gabrielle and Tim Laws and produced by Richie Fermie for her debut studio album Find Your Way (). Originally, the song included a sample of the song "Fast Car" by Tracy Chapman, but because of copyright reasons the sample had to be ookatterregeschnontinasrighcodestke.coinfoed as Gabrielle's debut single, "Dreams" entered the UK Singles Chart at number.

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