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Here You Come Again - Millie Jackson - Get It Out Cha System (CD, Album)

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  1. Here You Come Again Lyrics: Here you come again / Just when I've begun to get myself together / You waltz right in the door / Just like you've done before / And wrap my heart 'round your little.
  2. "Here You Come Again" is a song written by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil, and recorded by American entertainer Dolly Parton. It was released as a single in September as the title track from Parton's album of the same name, topped the U.S. country singles chart for five weeks, and won the Grammy award for Best Female Country Vocal Performance; it also reached number three on the U.S.
  3. Go Out and Get Some (Get It Out 'Cha System) lyrics: Millie Jackson, Randy Klein Keep the Home Fire Burnin' lyrics: Benny Latimore, Steve Alaimo Logs and Thangs lyrics: Benny Latimore, Millie Jackson Put Something Down on It lyrics: Bobby Womack, Cecil Womack Here You Come Again lyrics: Barry.
  4. Rappin' Millie has everything working in high gear on this commercial outing. She peps up Latimore's "Keep the Home Fires Burnin'," turning it into a surefire winner, and excels on Bobby and Cecil Womack's "Put Something Down On It," preempting it with a saucy rap called "Logs and Thangs." The husky-voiced singer claims Dolly Parton's "Here You Come Again," transforming the country-pop hit Price: $
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  7. Get It Out'cha System by Millie Jackson - CD () for $ from schichohprinycsmidagearripbiosmackidscer.xyzinfo Disco - Order by Phone /5(4).
  8. A key album in the evolution of the Millie Jackson sound and style – as she leaves behind the weepy soul of earlier albums, and moves into the fierce, proud-stepping mode that would define the "bad girl" of later, raunchier years! In case you can't figure out where Millie's going with her bag, the title is emphasized by a photo of a toilet seat on the back cover – and.
  9. Go Out And Get Some (Get It Out'cha System) A2: Keep The Home Fire Burnin' A3: Logs And Thangs: A4: Put Something Down On It: B1: Here You Come Again: B2: Why Say You're Sorry: B3: He Wants To Hear The Words: B4: I Just Wanna Be With You: B5: Sweet Music Man/5(30).

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