|Performer:||The Arms Of Someone New|
|Title:||Two Sides To Every Story|
|Style:||New Wave, Industrial|
|Other format:||MP3 RA AAC VOC MP3 WMA XM|
Two Sides to Every Story is a 1977 album by American singer-songwriter Gene Clark. The album was Clark's first release since his 1974 album No Other. Notable tracks include "In the Pines" (traditional), "Kansas City Southern" and "Hear the Wind", both written by Clark, and "Give My Love to Marie", a song written by James Talley that tells the story of a dying coal miner.
Only there's two sides to every story, you know. You just remember that. The purpose of a good education is to show you that there are three sides to a two-sided story. Education, Three, Purpose. I simply cannot accept that there are on every story two equal and logical sides to an argument. Views, Opposites, Stories.
There are two sides to every story, as if that explains and justifies everything! You know what I say when someone tells me that? I say well of course there are two sides to every story, and one side is WRONG! ― Nikki Sex, Carmen's New York Romance Trilogy. tags: explain, justification, right-and-wrong, ry. He recounted how, on the night after his discovery, he was sitting on a bench with his girlfriend. He was describing a kind of wonderful loneliness you have when you make a discovery.
There are valid reasons for holding opposing opinions. Jim: I can't see why anyone would object to building a city park on the corner. John: There are two sides to every question. Maybe the people who own the buildings on the corner don't want them knocked down. Fred: Only an idiot would want to go hang gliding. Ellen: There are two sides to every question. Maybe some people think it's enjoyable enough to be worth the risk
Data de aparición 1992. Labels A And M Records. Estilo MusicalHeavy Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum193. 11. God Isn't Dead ? 02:02. 12. Everything Under the Sun. a/ Rise 'n' Shine. b/ Am I Ever Gonna Change.
Mount RushmoreTwo sides to every story. The awkward history of a monument. EACH summer families drive from South Dakota's plains into the Black Hills, thick with ponderosa pines. The road winds upward, past the Putz 'n Glo mini-golf, through the town of Keystone, once home to miners and now to olde stores. In 1923 a South Dakotan proposed a giant carving as a way to lure the new breed of car-borne tourists.
|A1||–The Arms Of Someone New||Dear Friend|
|A2||–The Arms Of Someone New||Anything But You|
|A3||–The Arms Of Someone New||Say Goodbye|
|A4||–The Arms Of Someone New||Despair|
|A5||–The Arms Of Someone New||Resurrection|
|B2||–Data-Bank-A||Voices Of Decay|
|B5||–Data-Bank-A||Face The False|