17 Again" is a song recorded by the British pop music duo Eurythmics. The song appears on the band's 1999 album, Peace, and was released as the second single from the album in the UK in early 2000. Peace was the first new album released by Eurythmics in a decade and the lyrics to "17 Again" find the duo reminiscing about their long-standing career in pop music.
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Produced by Annie Lennox & David A. Stewart.
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Eurythmics - 17 Again. Malzeme işlemden geçiyor, lütfen daha sonra tekrar dene. Who couldn't be together And who could not be apart. We should've jumped out Of that airplane after all Flying sky ways overhead It wasn't hard to fall And I had so many crashes That I couldn't feel at all. And it feels like I'm seventeen again Feels like I'm seventeen
Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment 17 Again (Remastered) · Eurythmics Peace (2018 Remastered) ℗ 2018 Sony Music Entertainment Germany. 17 Again- Eurythmics. Wright On Friday BBCUK. Eurythmics 17 Again (first live performance) Acoustic 1999. Eurythmics perform 17 Again on Letterman 1999.
Eurythmics - 17 Again Songtext. We should've jumped out Of that airplane after all Flying skyways overhead It wasn't hard to fall And it feels like I'm seventeen again Feels like I'm seventeen. Times might break you God forsake you Leave you burned and bruised Innocence will teach you What it feels like to be used.
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- Published By – Metcom Music Ltd.
- Published By – Logo Songs Ltd.
- Bass, Drums – Steve Lewison*
- Design – Laurence Stevens
- Engineer – Nick Addison, Steve McLaughlin*
- Guitar – David A. Stewart
- Keyboards, Programmed By, Percussion – Andy Wright
- Management – Simon Fuller
- Mixed By – Ash Howes
- Orchestra – Pro Arte Orchestra Of London
- Orchestrated By – David Whitaker
- Photography By – Richard Avedon
- Producer – Eurythmics
- Vocals – Annie Lennox
NotesThe first single from their long-awaited new album, "Peace". In stores 10/19.
Promo Only. Not For Sale.
Issued in standard Digipak case with clear disc tray.
|74321 726262||Eurythmics||17 Again (CD, Single, CD1)||BMG, RCA||74321 726262||UK||1999|
|ARPCD-3766||Eurythmics||17 Again (CD, Single, Promo)||Arista||ARPCD-3766||US||1999|
|625||Eurythmics||17 Again (Version 2) (VHS, PAL)||BMG International||625||UK||1999|
|SEVENTEEN 1, 74321 72617 2||Eurythmics||17 Again (CD, Single, Promo)||RCA, RCA||SEVENTEEN 1, 74321 72617 2||UK||1999|
|74321 726252||Eurythmics||17 Again (CD, Single, Enh)||RCA||74321 726252||Europe||2000|