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Dead End Street - The Kinks - Dead End Street (Vinyl)

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  1. Merisar
    Dead End Street: B: Big Black Smoke * Items below may differ depending on the release. No Vinyl+CDR 43 Listed For Sale: kinks dead end street.
  2. Nejora
    " Dead End Street " is a song by the British band the Kinks from , written by main songwriter Ray Davies. Like many other songs written by Davies, it is to some degree influenced by British Music Hall. It was originally released as a non-album single, but has since been included as one of several bonus tracks from the Face to Face CD.
  3. Sajora
    From CesMond to Fans. God save The Kinks. I'm missing the drums, I hope to add them soon.
  4. Vudolkis
    Song information for Dead End Street - The Kinks on AllMusic. Song information for Dead End Street - The Kinks on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases The Very Best of the Kinks. Edsel: The Kinks. Lola: Best of the Kinks.
  5. Tojarg
    John from Anaheim, Ca Lou Rawls also had a song titled "Dead End Street" at this time (early ), and its title also referred to hopelessness. Unlike the Kinks, however, the Rawls song was an uplifting song of a black man rising above his poor beginnings.
  6. Gami
    Chords for "Dead End Street" From: Harlan L Thompson DEAD END STREET- The Kinks Am C G There's a crack up in the ceiling Dm F Am And the kitchen sink is leaking Am C G Out of work and got no money Dm F Am A Sunday joint of bread and honey Am G F E7 What are we living for?
  7. Tojarn
    The Kinks "Dead End Street": There's a crack up in the ceiling, And the kitchen sink is leaking. Out of work and got no money, A.
  8. Tygora
    The title "Dead End Street," which means a one way street, implies the difficulty for many of getting away from the desperate situation they find themselves in. Ray Davies explained to Q magazine: "My whole feeling about the '60s was that it's not as great as everyone thinks it is. Carnaby Street, everybody looking happy, that was all a camouflage.
  9. Akir
    Dead End Street Lyrics: There's a crack up in the ceiling / And the kitchen sink is leaking / Out of work and got no money / A Sunday joint of bread and honey / What are we living for? / Two-roomed.

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