Firefall - Cinderella (Vinyl)

26.08.2019
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  • Feb 13,  · Cinderella Words and music by Larry Burnett (from the album "FireFall") (Note: This song is played in a modal D tuning. Both the high and low E strings are down to D. The Dm9 is played like an Am, with the middle finger of the left hand picked up, the G string open. G is a different form also, because of the modal tuning.
  • Dec 15,  · Explore releases from Firefall at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Firefall at the Discogs Marketplace.
  • FIREFALL CINDERELLA/DOLPHIN'S LULLABY (NM) 45 RECORD. $ Evans, Bill with Philly Joe Jones- Green Dolphin Street ( Gram Green Vinyl) $ The Dolphins Hey-Da-Da-Dow / I Don’t Want To Go On Without You 45 Vinyl Record. $ Got one to sell? Get it .
  • Firefall – Cinderella. 6 Comments; 0 Tags Turns out Cinderella was the one that knew the meaning of the word LOVE all along and not the other way atound. rogeron August 31, Link. 1 Reply Log in to reply 0. General CommentO yeah i.
  • Track List Livin' Ain't Livin' Cinderella You Are The Woman Mexico It Doesn't Matter Just Remember I Love You So Long Someday Soon Strange Way Goodbye, I Love You Sweet And Sour Love That Got Away Headed For A Fall Staying With It Break Of Dawn Always Runaway Love Run Run Away This is a new, unopened CD in its original packaging.
  • Firefall - Self Titled - Atlantic Records SD - Tracks: It Doesn't Matter Love Isn't All Livin' Ain't Livin' No Way Out Dolphin's Lullaby Cinderella Sad Ol' Love Song You Are The Woman Mexico Do What You Want. Firefall - Self Titled collectible vinyl lp record album for sale. Buy Self Titled, a used vinyl record from Firefall.
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the RI Vinyl release of Cinderella on Discogs. Label: Atlantic - • Format: Vinyl 7 Firefall - Cinderella (, RI, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  • It was the downbeat and haunting "Cinderella" - also a hit in it's own right. However, once I bought the album, I played the hell out of it. There really isn't a stinker or throw-away in the bunch. Firefall never really achieved this level of perfection again with subsequent albums. But /5(47).

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