I’m So Excited – The Pointer Sisters Lyrics
29 Jun 2011

Album: So Excited!
Genre: R&B
Lyrics by: June, Anita, Ruth Pointer, Trevor Lawrence
Length: 4:25
Label: Planet Records
Release Date: 1982

Sisters Bonnie, Ruth, June and Anita Pointer formed the soul group, The Pointer Sisters in 1971. The group was inspired on singers like Aretha Franklin. The sisters drifted apart quickly seven years later when Bonnie decided to continue her career alone.

Together got their first hit with the single “Yes, We can can”, a cover version of the song by Allen Toussaint in 1973. Without Bonnie, the attention was focused on her so the rest of the sisters released the single “Fire”, a version performed by Bruce Springsteen and a song that represented their return.

This single ushered in a new road by introducing a urban style. The hit I’m so excited is one of these singles written by the Ruth, June and Anita together to Trevor Lawerence.

I’m so excited was included into the album So Excited! in 1982 and two years later, on the record “Break Out” when was included a remix version.

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Don’t Get Me Wrong – The Pretenders Lyrics
29 Jun 2011

Album: Get Close
Genre: Rock
Lyrics by: Chrissie Hynde
Length: 3:50
Label: Atlantic Records/ATG
Copyright: Warner Music Group Company
Release Date: August 5, 1987

The Pretenders is one of American rock bands with more changes during its years in activity. The only former member who has stood up to all the scandals and drug abuses has been Chrissie Hynde, the vocalist. The rock band was one of the representative bands of the new wave which was originated at the end in 70s.

One of the popular hits is Don’t Get me Wrong which made part of the second band Hynde organized in 1982, time when they released a single for their return “Back on the chain Gang”, another of its popular singles. Don’t Get Me Wrong was written by the same Hynde. The one became so popular because its music video included a kind of tribute to the TV series “The Avengers”. ┬áThe one was also used as a cover on the comedy film, “Gung Ho” directed by Ron Howard in 1986.

Don’t Get Me Wrong was included in the fourth album entitled “Get Close” which got a song written by Jimi Hendrix, “Room Full of Mirrors”.

The last album released by the band was 2008 with the record entitled “Break Up the Converte” that included two discs, one of them with their hits with singles like: I’ll Stand by You, Brass in Pocket and Middle of the Road.

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