mabzollmyscibajacksesemlodifdaby.co

information not true Where can find..

Category: Classic Rock

8 Comments

  1. Shakarr Reply
    Emerson Drive's profile including the latest music, albums, songs, I Should Be Sleeping/Hollywood Kiss Emerson Drive. remove. Emerson Drive added an album Apr 30, at PM [Canada CD] Emerson Drive. remove. Emerson Drive added an album Apr 08, at AM.
  2. JoJoramar Reply
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of A Decade of Drive on Discogs.
  3. JoJosho Reply
    Emerson Drive's debut American single, "I Should Be Sleeping", was released in November The song went on to become a top five hit for the group on the Billboard Hot Country Single & Tracks chart in , peaking at No. 4. "I Should Be Sleeping" also cracked the top 40 on the Billboard Hot , peaking at No.
  4. Negrel Reply
    Emerson Drive's I Should Be Sleeping music video in high definition. Learn the full song lyrics at MetroLyrics.
  5. Tojin Reply
    Lyrics for I Should Be Sleeping by Emerson Drive. I never knew there were such great movies on TV at 3 a.m. I'd never guessed that at midnight Tuesday, I could have pizza ordered in I've never been a real night owl but these days I'm all turned 'round.
  6. Vudogis Reply
    Jan 01,  · I totally fell in love with Emerson Drive the first time I heard "I Should Be Sleeping" on the radio. To find out it was written by Shaye Smith made it even better. The CD single features the original version heard on the radio, plus two very distinct remixes (the 3AM mix and an acoustic version), and another new song called "Hollywood Kiss" (which is also AWESOME!)/5(4).
  7. Vilmaran Reply
    Dec 11,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group I Should Be Sleeping · Emerson Drive Emerson Drive ℗ DreamWorks Records Nashville Released on: Producer: James Stroud Producer.
  8. Kagagis Reply
    About I Should Be Sleeping "I Should Be Sleeping" is a song written by Shaye Smith and Lisa Drew, and recorded by Canadian country music group Emerson Drive. It was released in October as their first single from their debut self-titled album, Emerson Drive.