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8 thoughts on “ Lovers - Labi Siffre - So Strong (Cassette, Album)

  1. A wonderful powerful strong about a time of great struggle. Some thing inside was so strong for the artist to have come up with one of the all time anthem songs relating to a dark period in human history. Well done!! 10/10 and respect to you and all/5(32).
  2. So Strong Lyrics: The higher you build your barriers / The taller I become / The farther you take my rights away / The faster I will run / You can deny me / You can decide to turn your face away.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of So Strong on Discogs. Label: China Records - ,Polydor - • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic, Jazz, Rock, Funk / Soul, Pop • Style: Jazz-Funk, Neo Soul.
  4. Labi Siffre original. The original Labi Siffre recording was released as a single in , and reached number 14 in January in the UK singles chart. [2] It also appeared on his album Crying Laughing Loving Lying. In , a version of Siffre's original, with altered lyrics, was featured in an advertisement for Midland Bank. [3].
  5. Nov 07,  · Provided to YouTube by Rhino Lovers · Labi Siffre So Strong ℗ China Records Ltd Composer: Labi Siffre Auto-generated by YouTube.
  6. Labi Siffre (born June 25, ) is an English poet, songwriter and singer. Born the fourth of five children, at Queen Charlotte's Hospital Hammersmith, London to a Barbadian / Belgian mother and a Nigerian father, Siffre was brought up in Bayswater and Hampstead and educated at a Catholic monastery school, St Benedict's School, in Ealing.
  7. Song information for (Something Inside) So Strong - Labi Siffre on AllMusic. Song information for (Something Inside) So Strong - Labi Siffre on AllMusic Love So Strong. Magic the Album [2 CD] WMTV: Various Artists. Anthems: Chill Out.
  8. "Something Inside) So Strong" is a song written and recorded by British singer-songwriter Labi Siffre. Released as a single in , it was one of the biggest successes of his career, peaking at number four on the UK Singles Chart.. The song was written in , inspired by a television documentary on Apartheid South Africa seen by Siffre in which white soldiers were filmed shooting at black.

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