The Six Teens - The Sweet - Sweetlike (DVD)

21.09.2019
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  • "The Six Teens" (often spelled as "The Sixteens") is a song by British glam rock band Sweet, written by Nicky Chinn and Mike Chapman, appearing on Sweet's album Desolation Boulevard. The song was Sweet's first single simply as "Sweet" (previously, the band was known as The Sweet).
  • In the #66 song in the charts was The Six Teens by The Sweet. Watch the music video and discover trivia about this classic Pop song now.
  • Mar 13,  · The Lyrics for The Six Teens by Sweet have been translated into 1 languages. Where were you in sixty-eight In sixty-eight, Julie was Johnnie's date Two kids growin' together. Livin' each day as if time was slippin' away Oh, they were just sixteen and their love, a teenage dream They passed the time, they crossed the line The line that ran.
  • Mar 11,  · Sweet's lost German concert! Filmed in during rehearsals for a TV show that was never broadcast, this is a unique recording showing the .
  • Check out The Six Teens by The Sweet on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on rilrisucacuddtunepdiahourgtikickfid.coinfo5/5(1).
  • Lyrics to 'The Six Teens' by The Sweet: Where were you in sixty-eight In sixty-eight, Julie was Johnnie's date Two kids growin' together Livin' each day as if time was slippin' away.
  • Sweet (referred to as The Sweet before ) are a popular 70s-era British rock band. Although largely known for their glam rock image and hit singles that dominated the charts, Sweet also released several acclaimed hard rock albums. The classic line-up consisted of Brian Connolly (vocals), Steve Priest (bass), and Andy Scott (guitar) and Mick Tucker (drums).
  • In the #85 Rock & Roll song in the charts was The Six Teens by The Sweet. Watch the music video and discover trivia about this classic Rock & Roll song now. In the #85 Rock & Roll song in the charts was The Six Teens by The Sweet. Watch the music video and discover trivia about this classic Rock & Roll song now.

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