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9 thoughts on “ Sure As Im Sitting Here - Three Dog Night - Three Dog Night (Vinyl, LP)

  1. This song was written by John Hiatt, who released the original version on his album Hangin' Around the Observatory. The song contains some very Zen observations, although it appears to be sung from the perspective of someone who is sitting on the toilet. There is the clear sound of a toilet flushing about 3/4 of the way through the song.
  2. THREE DOG NIGHT Vinyl Records and CDs Even though you only hear the good ("Shambala," "Mama Told Me Not To Come"), the marginal ("One"), and the truly awful ("Black & White," "Joy to the World") on the radio these days, there was a stretch during the s where Three Dog Night had 21 hit singles in .
  3. Three Dog Night covered My Old Kentucky Home (Turpentine and Dandelion Wine), Circle for a Landing, Coming down Your Way, Put out the Light and other songs. Three Dog Night originally did My Old Kentucky Home (Turpentine and Dandelion Wine), Circle for a Landing, Coming down Your Way, Put out the Light and other songs.
  4. Oct 22,  · Three Dog Night first broke up in Cory and Danny Hutton reunited in the ’80s, and had been performing under the group’s moniker to the delight of millions worldwide. Alas, now the Dog.
  5. A note was attached, informing Three Dog Night that they were the only band given permission to perform any of the songs prior to the LP’s release. As for Randy Newman, Cory had been a fan long.
  6. The official Three Dog Night Fan Club newsletter,”Dog Bytes,” is linked quarterly to the official Three Dog Night website. Each edition of “Dog Bytes” is a page issue, jampacked with pictures, articles, reviews, a Memory Blast feature — and notes, messages .
  7. Three Dog Night - Sure as I Am Sitting Here Lyrics. Git up, you git down You git lost and then you git found Sure as I'm sittin' here Sure as I'm sittin' here Git a laugh, git a cry Get 'em a.
  8. - as recorded by Three Dog Night (released June 29, ) - entered the Billboard Top 40 the week of July 13, and stayed for 8 weeks, peaking at #16 the week of August 10, Git up, ya git down Ya git lost and then ya get found Sure as I'm sittin' here Sure as I'm sittin' here Ya git a laugh, ya git a cry Get 'em all before you die.
  9. This is Three Dog Nights last great LP. I own two copies, one with the doll baby giving birth to a record, and the enbossed Band Aid cover, not sure which one is more rare/valuable. This a great selection of tunes: side 1: Prelude Sure As I'm Sitting Here (written by John Hiatt, am I the only one who can hear the toilet flushing on this track/5(6).

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