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Take Me Down (Original)

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  1. Aug 21,  · With your love, nobody can drag me down All my life, you stood by me When no one else was ever behind me All these lights, they can't blind me With your love, nobody can drag me down .
  2. Take Me Down Extended Mix. $ Link: Embed: Artists Mike Williams. Release; $ Length ; Released ; BPM ; Key G min; Genre Future House; Label SPINNIN' RECORDS; Appears on. We Don't Need No Sleep Original Club Mix. Croatia Squad. $ Be My Love feat. Cat Lewis Original Club Mix. Mahalo, Cat Lewis. $ Remedy.
  3. baby No more loving like crazy Till you take me down (take me down) You better take me down (take me down) Take me down to the little white church Take. I Wanna Take You Down. Lionel Richie. Louder Than Words [Bonus Track]
  4. The song was written by the band's lead singer Taylor Momsen, while production was done by Kato Khandwala. It was serviced to active rock radio in the United States on November 18, , serving as the album's fifth and final single.
  5. ‘Take me down to the Paradise City where the girls are fat and they got big titties,’ I think that was my original lyric for it and the other guys changed it. We all thought it was funny but.
  6. Jul 14,  · “Take Me Down”, released on July 14th , is the first single off The Pretty Reckless' third full length album “Who You Selling For”. The song was announced by the band’s vocalist.
  7. Can you take me down? Thanks! thanked 43 times: Submitted by Viiera on Thu, 11/10/ - English, Korean / Romanization English, Korean. Take Me Down. Click to see the original lyrics.
  8. Jun 11,  · A rich family residing in a French villa treats their two hot maids like garbage. The maids decide to seduce the young son Luca who's home for the holidays and point him towards cousin /10(63).
  9. "Take Me Down" is a song recorded by American country music band Alabama. It was released in May as the second single from Alabama's album Mountain Music. Written by Exile band members Mark Gray and J.P. Pennington, the song was originally recorded by Exile in Genre: Country.

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