Alison Moyet - Love Resurrection album
Alison Moyet – Love Resurrection. Alison Moyet Love Resurrection.
Love Resurrection " as written by and Jolley/moyet/swain. Show me one direction I will not question again For a warm injection Is all I need to calm the pain. We all need a love (resurrection, just a little divine intervention) We all need a love (resurrection, just a little divine intervention). What seed must I sow to replenish this barren land Teach me to harvest, I want you to grow in my hand Let's be optimistic, let's say that we won't toil in vain If we pull together we'll never fall apart again.
Love Resurrection" is a pop song written by English singer-songwriter Alison Moyet and producers Jolley & Swain for Moyet's debut studio album Alf (1984). Released as the album's first single in June 1984, it reached number 10 in the UK Singles Chart. It was released in the US in summer 1985 following "Invisible" and reached number 82 on the Billboard Hot 100 that August.
Music video by Alison Moyet performing Love Resurrection. C) 1984 Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited.
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On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Alison Moyet - Love Resurrection. Photo of Alison Moyet - Love Resurrection. More albums of Alison Moyet: Whispering Your Name. Love Resurrection (Love Injected Remix). This album was released on the label Columbia (catalog number XXS 174433). This album was released in 1984 year.
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This was the first track on Alison Moyet's first solo album, co-written by Steve Jolley, Tony Swain and the lady herself, it runs to 3 minutes 52 seconds, and was released on the Columbia label backed by "Baby I Do". In 1979, the Barclay James Harvest song "Loving Is Easy" was banned from the BBC Top Of The Pops programme because of what appeared to be vague sexual innuendos; in 1984, "Love Resurrection" faced no such problems, even though it includes two thinly veiled references to sexual activity: . .