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|DAG 006||The Dagoes||Vatican Stomp / I Can Do What I Want To Do (7", Ltd, Whi)||Greasy Pop Records||DAG 006||Australia||1990|
|DAG 006||The Dagoes||Vatican Stomp / I Can Do What I Want To Do (7", Ltd, Gre)||Greasy Pop Records||DAG 006||Australia||1990|
B. I Can Do What I Want To Do. 4:00. Companies, etc. Recorded At – Soundtrack Australia. Engineer – Bob Allan. Producer – Jim Barbour, The Dagoes. Recorded Soundtrack Studio, Adelaide, Oct. '81. Mixed Jan '82. Comes with light blue die-cut inner sleeve and postcard. Performer: Vatican Genre: Rock Album: Answer To The Master Released: 1990 Style: Heavy Metal. 2000-2018 All rights reserved - Prodaem.
B. mp3 player of Dagoes, The - Vatican Stomp, I Can Do What I Want To Do: A. Dagoes, The - Vatican Stomp mp3. B. Dagoes, The - I Can Do What I Want To Do mp3. mp3 Player.
yeah I can do what I want, what I want, what I want I can do what I want, yeah. I can do whatever the fuck I decide to Real shit, watch you tear 'em out, we don't like you Spend my cash loud, fuck with it, I feel like Juice Take my damn life with a smile, he don't like to Um, I don't have a mind, I'm so impatient I was gonna kill myself but then. I CAN DX WHAT I WANT is the 7th track off Scarlxrd’s 2019 Album, INFINITY. This track makes it very prominent that Scar can make his own choices, and will continue to do what he wants no matter the views of others'.
The Dagoes Concert Setlists & Tour Dates. The Dagoes at Old Queens Arms Hotel, Adelaide, Australia. Artist: The Dagoes, Venue: Old Queens Arms Hotel, Adelaide, Australia. This Ain't the Summer of Love.
The Dagoes - I Can Do What I Want. Hep Cats - What In The World Can I Do. 2:26. The Vocal Masters - What Can I Do. 3:28. Lamar Gospo Johnson - I Can't Go Back to What I Use to Do. 5:39. What Can I Do - What Can I Do.
What Can I Do" is a song by Irish band The Corrs, from their breakthrough album Talk on Corners (1998). The song was originally released in January 1998, but its moderate charting success was limited, due to the time of the shooting of the video. However, it was later re-released in August that year in a remixed form by Tin Tin Out, which generated more attention, particularly in the UK where it reached N., and became one of the band's most known hits worldwide.