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8 thoughts on “ Just Wait A Million Years - The Grass Roots - Greatest Hits (Cassette)

  1. "I'd Wait a Million Years" (also known as "Wait a Million Years", "Million Years or So", or simply "Million Years") is a hit single by The Grass Roots. It was the first of three single releases from the group's fifth LP, Leaving It All Behind, and is among the group's five greatest hits.
  2. About Wait a Million Years "I'd Wait a Million Years" (also known as "Wait a Million Years", "Million Years or So", or simply "Million Years") is a hit single by The Grass Roots. It was the first of three single releases from the group's fifth LP, Leaving It All Behind, and is among the group's five greatest hits.
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Grass Roots - Greatest Hits at Discogs. Complete your The Grass Roots collection.3/5(1).
  4. Listen free to The Grass Roots – Greatest Hits (Midnight Confessions, Let's Live For Today and more). 10 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, .
  5. Creed Bratton (born William Charles Schneider ; February 8, ) is an American character actor, singer, and compsetivobisirernosoundbilphoban.coinfo is a former member of the rock band The Grass Roots, and is best known for playing a fictionalized version of himself on the NBC sitcom The Office, which earned him a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series.
  6. rows · Watch the video for I'd Wait a Million Years from The Grass Roots's All Time Greatest .
  7. Jul 01,  · out of 5 stars same gusto material as 14 greatest hits Reviewed in the United States on October 23, this is the same material that gusto put out in this is not the grass roots but ex-singer rob grill singing with studio compsetivobisirernosoundbilphoban.coinfo they had brought in the grass roots touring band it would have been better. it helps to work with /5(15).
  8. The companion to Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 is another ten-song compilation, this one made essential at the time by the presence of "Midnight Confessions" and also "Wait a Million Years," both of which give this volume a little more focus on the group's post horn-driven, soul-oriented period; and the presence of some of their superior, lesser-known hits such as "Come On and Say It" -- a group.

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