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  1. Heart and Soul Lyrics: Heart and soul / I fell in love with you / Heart and soul / The way a fool would do / MadlyYeah / Because you held me tight (Held me tight), held me tight (Held me tight.
  2. "The Avett Brothers are experts in mining the heart and soul of the modern American man." -- Paste, September "They have always evoked The Band's Music From Big Pink, but this albums epic sweep and dramatic lyrical imagery enlarges that influence to the scale of arena-rock sing-alongs."/5().
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  5. Heart and soul I fell in love with you Heart and soul The way a fool would do madly Because you held me tight (Held me tight) Held me tight (Held me tight) Held me tight (Held me tight) Held me tight (Held me tight) And so the kiss bear in the night. Heart and soul I beg to be adored Yes, and I lost control And tumbled overboard gladly That.
  6. Heart and soul, I fell in love with you, Heart and soul, the way a fool would do, Madly Because you held me tight, And stole a kiss in the night.. Heart and soul, I begged to be adored, Lost control, and tumbled overboard, Gladly That magic night we kissed, There in the moon mist.
  7. Heart and soul, I fell in love with you. Heart and soul, the way a fool would do mad - ly. Because you held me tight. And stole a kiss in the night. Heart and soul, I begged to be adored. Lost control, and tumbled overboard, glad - ly. That magic night we kissed there in the moon mist. Bridge: Oh but your lips were thril - ling, much too thril.
  8. This box set of soul tracks is a step above the others thanks to its blend of familiar favorites and collectable rarities, like the British-made sides from the Real Thing and Ruby Turner, New York City's "I'm Doing Fine Now", the Jaki Graham numbers, and the Southern delights from Ann Peeples. The marathon begins with Percy Sledge's "When a Man Loves a Woman" and ends with the Average White 9/

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