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  1. Only Human. Rosanne Cash. From the Album SEVEN YEAR ACHE January 1, Start your day free trial of Unlimited to listen to this song plus tens of millions more .
  2. Only Human. Rosanne Cash. From the Album Seven Year Ache Listen Now Buy song $ Your Amazon Music account is currently associated with a different marketplace. To enjoy Prime Music, go to Your Music Library and transfer your account to biacelgoatrogifos.draditalcudlerasorelolensiri.co (US).
  3. Seven Year Ache Handclaps – The Millah's Bros. Piano – Emory Gordy*, Glen D. Hardin* Rhythm Guitar – Emory Gordy*, Rodney Crowell Written-By – Rosanne Cash: A3: Blue Moon With Heartache Harmony Vocals – Maxayne Lewis* Written-By – Rosanne Cash: A4: What Kinda Girl?4/5(5).
  4. 13 rows · The bottom line is that Rosanne Cash 's masterpiece Seven Year Ache paved the way for 9/
  5. Rosanne Cash - Seven Year Ache music CD album at CD Universe, Medium 1 Rainin Seven Year Ache Blue Moon With Heartache What Kinda Girl You Don't Have Very Far.
  6. Seven Year Ache is the third studio album by American country music singer Rosanne Cash. It was produced by her then-husband Rodney Crowell and reached number one on the Billboard country album chart. Three of its tracks were also number one in the U.S. country singles category: "Seven Year Ache", "My Baby Thinks He's a Train" and "Blue Moon with Heartache". The album was reissued on .
  7. Lyrics: You act like you were just born tonight Face down in a memory but feeling alright So who does your past belong to today Baby you don't say nothing wh.
  8. Rosanne Cash recorded many worthwhile albums in the years after Hits was released, but this compilation covers the time when Cash was a country star and reliable hitmaker -- namely, the '80s. At only 12 tracks, the collection doesn't feature all of her hits, but it does contain what are arguably the cream of the crop -- "No Memories Hangin' Around," "Seven Year Ache," "My Baby Thinks He's a .
  9. Seven Year Ache Rosanne Cash Country · Preview Editors' Notes Seven Year Ache was pretty revolutionary for its time. Ostensibly a country album, it encompassed introspective singer/songwriter sounds (“Blue Moon With Heartache”), synth-flecked pop-rock (the title track), classic-sounding twang (“My Baby Thinks He’s a Train”), and.

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