Thats A Lie - Kim Richey - Kim Richey (CD, Album)

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  1. Don't bother calling it "bitter sweet" for Kim Richey. Her second album was about to drop, but, instead, of the usual slew of interviews and concerts to kick off the album, Richey kept her mouth shut. Literally. But not by design. "I was sick and getting run down," says Richey from a stop in Utah in between gigs in Portland, Ore. and Boulder, Col.
  2. Kim Richey, an Album by Kim Richey. Released in on Mercury Nashville (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Alt-Country, Singer/Songwriter.
  3. Apr 27,  · Live From the Bluebird Cafe # Radny Foster, Lloyd, Kim Richey - FULL EPISODE - Duration: Vaughn Skow 11, views.
  4. Kim Richey either wrote or co-wrote all 13 songs on this album, showing her talent. Other highlights include "Just Like The Moon", "Let The Sun Fall", "Echoes of Love" and "That's A Lie". Overall if you've enjoyed other artists interpretations of her recordings, and her songwriting, you will love her debut album! 3 people found this helpful.
  5. That's Exactly What I Mean Lyrics: I feel a cold snap comin' / Frost is on the windowpane / Trees are green and bees are humming / But I'm freezing just the same / Can't put my finger on it.
  6. Kim Richey I'm Alright written by Kim Richey Larry Gottlieb/Angelo D After all was said and done D F#m A There was nothing left to do D The hardest mile I ever walked D F#m A Was the one I walked away from you F#m Em D So maybe I'm a little ragged around the edges F#m Em A And I've been keeping a little more to myself these days D Em G A D I'm alright shot down but I'm still standing D Em G A.
  7. Kim Richey music CD album at CD Universe, Kim Richey by Kim Richey, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping.
  8. Kim Richey Don't Let Me Down Easy written by Kim Richey Tom Littlefield/Angelo C# C#/C Bbm The choice of words don't matter C# F# C# G# C# The meaning's still the same C# C#/C Bbm It won't make me feel better F# G# To hear I'm not to blame F# F#/F F#/Eb F#/F Someday I'll forgive you F# F#/F D#m Maybe then again I won't C# C#/C Bbm But I take no consolation C# F# C# In what the future holds B.

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