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Warning Shot - Dennis De Young* - Back To The World (CD, Album)

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  1. D. Dennis DeYoung Lyrics. album: "Back To The World" () This Is The Time. Warning Shot. Call Me. Unanswered Prayers. Black Wall. Southbound Ryan.
  2. Dennis DeYoung "Unanswered Prayers": Heaven knows The time is right I need a change in my direction New excuses, new alibis New ways to c.
  3. Feb 09,  · Artist: Dennis DeYoung Album Title: Back To The World Track Title: Black Wall Released: Label: A&M Records Catalog: SP Genre: Pop, Rock Site: gedoorsceptyrenvakundvacdejesepi.xyzinfo T R A C K L I S T.
  4. Back to the World is way better than what I've read about, for it stands strong with stand out songs such as my favorites, This is the Time, Call Me, Black Wall, Warning Shot and Person to Person are all spectacular songs but unfortunately are not known enough, these songs should be played on the radio at least, an excellent buy for true musical treasures, once again thank you Dennis/5(7).
  5. Desert Moon. Black Wall. I’ll Get Lucky. Don’t Wait For Heroes. Person To Person. Warning Shot. Boys Will Be Boys. Dear Darling (I’ll Be There). Desert Moon. Black Wall. I’ll Get Lucky. Dennis DeYoung - Desert Moon / Back To The World [CD] $ Free shipping. Dennis Deyoung-Desert Moon/Back to the World (UK IMPORT) CD NEW. $14 Seller Rating: % positive.
  6. Back to the World is the second solo album by Dennis DeYoung, released in on A&M gedoorsceptyrenvakundvacdejesepi.xyzinfo album reached No. on the Billboard chart. "Call Me" reached No. 5 on the Adult Contemporary chart and No. 54 on the Billboard Hot , while "This Is the Time" peaked at No. "This Is the Time" was included on the soundtrack to the film Karate Kid II.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Back To The World on Discogs. Label: A&M Records - • Format: CD Album, Stereo • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • .
  8. Back to the World opens up with "This Is the Time," aka the "Theme to Karate Kid II," its very existence suggesting what exactly went right and wrong on Desert Moon. DeYoung's solo debut brought him enough success that he could score the theme song to a sequel, so there wasn't much reason to change his approach -- indeed, most of the same people on Desert Moon return for Back to the World 6/

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