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Turning Tables" is a song by British singer Adele and the last single from her second studio album, 21. Conceived after an altercation with her former lover, the song was co-written by Adele and singer-songwriter Ryan Tedder, whilst the production was completed by Jim Abbiss. Turning Tables" is a pop ballad with a soulful sound; its instrumentation consists of piano, "Broadway-worthy" strings and guitar. Lyrically, the song describes a domestic dispute in which its narrator assumes a defensive stance against a manipulative ex-lover. a more upbeat and contemporary second album. However, studio sessions were generally unproductive and, after two weeks, yielded only one song recorded to the singer's satisfaction-the Jim Abbiss-produced "Take It All", a lovelorn piano ballad not unlike the songs on 19. Disillusioned with her lack of inspiration and the slow progress of the studio sessions
Laura Branigan - Please Stay, Go Away Lyrics. John Wonderling/Adrian John Loveridge). I'm caught in a crossfire With nowhere to run I'm keepin' my head down 'Cos I've got only one I'm up on a high wire With nothin' but air I'm feelin' so nervous With so many places to go But I'm goin' nowhere I'm ridin' a cyclone It's twistin' my head I feel like
Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. A version also appears in John Gay's The Beggar's Opera of 1728. The words have changed over the years, as can be seen in the versions below. The only consistent element in early versions is the title line and the tune. D'Urfey's and Gay's versions both refer to lovers, while Farquhar's version refers to fleeing overseas to join the army. The tune was provided with another set of lyrics for the British Sharpe television series of the 1990s, based on Farquhar's version. Let kings and tyrants come and go, I'll stand adjudged by what I know. A soldiers life I'll ne'er gainsay. Over the hills and far away. From Sharpe's Challenge
Well if you say it's better off this way It's time that I let you go It's been on my mind for days And well, the truth's I already know What you've done and where you've been I know exactly every move you make It's time that I give up on our mistakes. And I don't want to be stuck inside a memory I don't want to keep It's hard to believe when all you find in every word is more deceit
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|BUDNP 603||Adrian John Loveridge||Please Stay, Go Away / Tables Turning (7", Single)||Buddah Records||BUDNP 603||Italy||1982|
|SUA 108||Adrian John Loveridge||Please Stay, Go Away (7", Single, Promo)||Sutra Records||SUA 108||US||1982|