Category: Classic Rock

  1. Daiktilar Reply
    Features Song Lyrics for Duffy's Rockferry (Non-EU Version) album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.
  2. Kazidal Reply
    Mar 03,  · The 8th track from Rockferry (Deluxe Edition) is written by (Aimee) Duffy, Jimmy Hogarth, and Eg White. Think of the phrase “The One Who Got Away”, in .
  3. Mazubar Reply
    Rockferry Warwick Avenue Serious Stepping Stone Syrup & Honey Hanging On Too Long Mercy Delayed Devotion I'm Scared Distant Dreamer Disco 2 Rain On Your Parade Fool For You Stop Oh Boy Please .
  4. Kazrabar Reply
    Duffy - Rockferry music CD album at CD Universe, International pressing, debut album from the Welsh singer/songwriter not to be confused with Stephen Duffy.
  5. Nikolabar Reply
    Rockferry Album by Duffy (deluxe set) I absolutely love this album. She has a very soulful, strong voice. Her sound is reminiscent of 60's music, soul, with a little bit of jazz and blues! Raw talent, beautiful voice and a great writer! Thoroughly enjoyable!Seller Rating: % positive.
  6. Gosar Reply
    Delayed Devotion This song is by Duffy and appears on the album Rockferry ().
  7. Akinolar Reply
    For your delayed devotion You played me for a fool for too long Blinded by your lies I never saw you're wrong I'm no longer under your spell Hear it in this song, you can go to hell When I drop you boy You'll need another toy One that won't stand up for herself When I knock you down You'll need another town Where somebody's gonna talk to you.
  8. Meztigami Reply
    Listen to Delayed Devotion by Duffy. Join Napster and play your favorite music offline. From the album "Rockferry (MTV Bonus Version)" by Duffy on Napster. Join now Log In x Music Apps & Devices Pricing Search Company Info Careers Developers Account Customer Support Redeem Coupon.
  9. Kit Reply
    Mar 03,  · Editors' Notes Duffy resembles Kylie Minogue as much as Amy Winehouse, which isn’t a bad thing in the least; it’s better that Duffy and her producers chose not to out-soul her neo-soul peers. The sassy, catchy “Mercy” and the aching “Syrup & Honey” show traces of Marvin Gaye and Aretha Franklin, but Duffy sounds most like herself on “Delayed Devotion,” a song that forgoes.