Tony Watt - Come & Go With Me mp3 downloadPerformer: Tony Watt
Title: Come & Go With Me
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Tony Watt - Come & Go With Me mp3 download
Music video by Exposé performing Come Go with Me. (C) 1986 Sony Music Entertainment.
21 year old Scottish striker who is currently playing for Cardiff City .
Anthony Paul Watt (born 29 December 1993) is a Scottish professional footballer who plays as a forward for CSKA Sofia in the Bulgarian First League. He was a product of the Airdrie United youth academy before joining Celtic in 2011. His time at Parkhead is best remembered for his winning goal in a 2–1 win over Barcelona in the 2012–13 UEFA Champions League.
Come Go with Me" is a song written by C. E. Quick (. Clarence Quick), an original member (bass vocalist) of the American doo-wop vocal group The Del-Vikings (also spelled Dell Vikings on Dot records releases, without a dash). The song was originally recorded by The Del-Vikings in 1956 and was released on Fee Bee Records. Norman Wright was the lead vocalist on this song
Come, come, come, come Come into my heart Tell me darlin' We will never part I need you darlin' So come go with me (Yeah!) Instrumental Break. About Come Go With Me. Made up of Airmen from Pittsburgh’s NCO Service Club in the mid ‘50s, The Del-Vikings broke a glass ceiling when they became Pop radio’s first successful interracial group thanks to this Top 10 vintage Doo-Wop hit that spent 31 weeks on the Billboard charts. The group was dealt several major setbacks and lineup changes as its members were often sent to Germany.
Professional Footballer ⚽️. Glasgow/Sofia.
Come go with me was a serious jam in ’77,always enjoyed this song, the musical arrangements, the soulful harmonious vocals, created a sound that was second to none that year, and arguably for the entire decade of the 70’s, tremendous dance track!! Groovy Emmanuel. Posted at 14:09h, 21 May 2009 Reply.
Free agent Tony Watt says the coming season is "make or break" for his career, as he eyes a return to British football. Tony Watt scored one goal in 16 appearances during his loan spell at Hearts. The striker hoped a second move to Belgium, albeit in the second tier, would reignite his career, and provide him with the matches he craved. But Leuven sacked manager Dennis van Wijk just six games into last season, and Watt failed to make an appearance under successor Nigel Pearson. If you asked me at 13-14, what would you rather: go and play and not really be known in 20-30 years, or put yourself in the history books at Celtic, have a good career, keep going and at 24 achieve what you've achieved, I would say, 100%, give me that. The feeling of making everybody proud is all right, but the people that are negative about you, it doesn't really bother me, their opinion means nothing.