Sweet Emotion - Aerosmith - Pump-Action (CD)

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  1. Sweet emotion Sweet emotion Talk about things that nobody cares Wearing other things that nobody wears You're callin' my name, but I gotta make it clear I can't say, baby, where I'll be in a year Some sweat hog mama with a face like a gent Said my get up and go must've got up and went Well, I got good news: she's a real good liar.
  2. Sweet Emotion Aerosmith Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 10 ratings. See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Audio CD, CD, September 4, "Please retry" $ $ — Vinyl, May 6, "Please retry" $ $ $ Audio CD $ /5(10).
  3. Aug 09,  · Suggested by SME Aerosmith - Sweet Emotion (Official Music Video) Song Sweet Emotion (Album Version) Artist Aerosmith; Writers Steven Tyler, Tom Hamilton.
  4. Nov 07,  · With "Sweet Emotion," Aerosmith finally cracked the Top The single let them move countless copies of Toys in the Attic and truly helped them enter a new stratosphere of fame. What few fans.
  5. Jun 14,  · We have an official Sweet Emotion tab made by UG professional guitarists. 1 e + a 2 e + a 3 e + a 4 e + a 1 e + a 2 e + a 3 e + a 4 e + a The is how is goes on the Greatest Hits CD Sweet Emotion – Aerosmith. How to play "Sweet Emotion" Print. Report bad tab.
  6. Aerosmith - Pump Action Album Lyrics; 1. Janie's Got a Gun Lyrics: 2. Sweet Emotion Lyrics: 3. Dream On Lyrics: 4. Dude (Looks Like a Lady) Lyrics: 5. What It Takes Lyrics: 6. Toys in the Attic Lyrics: 7. Rag Doll Lyrics: 8. Love in an Elevator Lyrics: 9. The Other Side Lyrics: Train Kept a Rollin' Lyrics: Same Old Song and Dance Lyrics.
  7. Jason from Wylie, Tx yep one of the great opening credits scenes in movie history using sweet emotion great song great flick Brad from Manteca, Ca This song was written for (about) Joe Perry's wife Ben from Durham, Nc this song was used in the movie Dazed and Confused. it is the song playing during the opening credits.
  8. Oct 08,  · "Sweet Emotion" was a song by American rock band Aerosmith. It was released on May 19, as the first single from the band's breakthrough smash album "Toys In The Attic." The song began a string of pop hits and large-scale mainstream success for the band that would continue for the remainder of the s.

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