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Ill Be Your Baby Tonight - Robert Palmer - The Very Best Of Robert Palmer (CD)

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  1. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight This song is by Robert Palmer and UB40 and appears on the single I'll Be Your Baby Tonight (), on the album Don't Explain () by Robert Palmer, on the compilation album The Very Best Of Robert Palmer () by Robert Palmer.
  2. This music collection of The Very Best of Robert Palmer by Robert Palmer has an incredible mix of multiple greatest hits songs throughout this collection (80s rock/80s pop genre). The only caveat is on this 17 song collectionis that the first 2 songs sound more like remastered andor reworked song versions (Addicted to Love 97 and Bad Case of Loving You (Doctor Doctor)/5().
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of I'll Be Your Baby Tonight on Discogs. Robert Palmer And UB40 ‎– I'll Be Your Baby Tonight Label: EMI ‎– 2 Format: CD, Maxi-Single Country: Europe.
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for At His Very Best - Robert Palmer on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for At His Very Best - Robert Palmer on AllMusic - I'll Be Your Baby Tonight. Bob Dylan. Robert Palmer. feat: UB Amazon:
  5. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight Lyrics: Close your eyes - close the door / You don't have to worry any more / I'll be your baby tonight / Shut the light - shut the shade / You don't have to be afraid.
  6. Dec 02,  · "I'll be your baby tonight" song n.9 from the album "Don't Explain" () by Robert Palmer. Good listening. 's Don't Explain lp finds Robert Palmer in a.
  7. Written-By – Andy Taylor, John Taylor, Robert Palmer: 10 – Robert Palmer: Respect Yourself Written-By – Luther Ingram, Mack Rice* 11 – Robert Palmer: I'll Be Your Baby Tonight Featuring – UB40 Written-By – Bob Dylan: 12 – Robert Palmer: Johny & Mary Written-By – Robert Palmer: 13 – Robert Palmer: She 4/5(45).
  8. Robert is one of the few singers I've heard that can slip from soft rock to regular pop to ballads & even soul music so seamlessly. Robert had many more hits then most would imagine and indeed the very best of them are on this ecnaitertapirinlicukamemani.co course everyone will remember his 'addicted to love' & probably 'I didn't mean to turn you on' but can you remember his version of mercy mercy me and some guys /5().

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