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The Moonracers - Where Are You Now? album mp3
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    The Moonracers
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    Where Are You Now?
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Where Are You Now? () The Moonracers.

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Where Are You Now, My Son? is an album by Joan Baez, released in early 1973. One side of the album featured recordings Baez made during a US bombing raid on Hanoi over Christmas 1972. Included on the recording are the voices of Barry Romo, Michael Allen and human rights attorney Telford Taylor, with whom Baez made her famous 1972 visit to North Vietnam. The album's other side, featuring songs, written by Baez, Mimi Fariña and Hoyt Axton, was recorded in Nashville in January 1973.

Where are you now? C. G. Do you ever think of me. Em. In the quiet, in the crowd? (This chord progression continues through the entire song). Cause you know I love the same. x4. C. Where are you now? Em. Where are you now? C.

Where Are You Now. Aaron Keyes. Album Not Guilty Anymore. Where Are You Now Lyrics. I am broken Worn out barren You are sovereign But I don't understand. When will it all be the way that You dream? How should I feel in the meantime? When will our faith be a burden no more? When will I not have to hope anymore? How long, waiting, hope seems fading? Tell me, answer, I don't understand. You say You'll come down and bind up our wounds You say You bottle our tears You say You mend our broken hearts too You say Your love can eradicate fears.

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The Moonracers - Primary Artist