Soldier Of Love - The Beatles - Fabs On the Radio (Vinyl)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Soldier Of Love on Discogs.
  2. Soldier Of Love. Known for their one-of-a-kind timeless sound, Sade has enjoyed phenomenal success both internationally and stateside throughout the span of their year career. The highly anticipated new body of work Soldier Of Love features 10 new songs including the latest single, "Soldier Of Love.".
  3. THE BEATLES - SOLDIER OF LOVE (Buzz Cason and Tony Moon) From THE BEATLES LIVE AT THE BBC album. The four-week trial of Pop Go The Beatles had been a success, and the BBC booked another run, a further 11 programmes, making 15 in total.
  4. "Soldier of Love (Lay Down Your Arms)," also known as "Soldiers of Love," is a song written by Buzz Cason and Tony Moon It was originally recorded by soul artist Arthur Alexander and released as a B-side of the single "Where Have You Been (All My Life)", Genre: Soul.
  5. Soldier of Love is the sixth studio album by English band weiruiscenvirtasig.ondepmauvetosotegescisibdada.infoinfo was released on 5 February by Epic weiruiscenvirtasig.ondepmauvetosotegescisibdada.infoinfoing the release of Lovers Rock (), the band went into a year hiatus. In , the band regrouped in order to begin work on their sixth .
  6. The Beatles - Soldier of Love (Live at the BBC For Pop Go The Beatles 16th July, ) Lyrics. Lay down your arms (soldier of love) And surrender to me Lay down your arms (soldier of love) And love me peacefully, yeah Use your arms for.
  7. The Beatles A: Strawberry Fields B: Penny Lane: Emidisc UK: Acetate: The Beatles A: Blue Jay Way: Apple UK: Bootleg / Repro 7" 3: The Fabs [The Beatles] Fabs On The Radio A1: Carol A2: Soldier Of Love B1: Lend Me Your Comb B2: Clarabella: Gear [bootleg] UK: G Bootleg / Repro 7" 4: The Beatles The Beatles Christmas.
  8. Song facts. From Wikipedia: “Soldier of Love (Lay Down Your Arms),” also known as “Soldiers of Love,” is a song written by Buzz Cason and Tony Moon that was originally recorded by soul artist Arthur Alexander, appearing as a B-side to his single “Where Have You Been (All My Life)“.The song was later covered by The Beatles during a session at the BBC, that is available on.

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