Artist: Grayson Hugh. Album: Road To Freedom, 1992. Here's "I Can't Untie You From Me" written and performed by Grayson Hugh, featuring Grayson on vocals and Hammond B3 organ. Director Ridley Scott heard an advance pressing of Grayson's "Road To Freedom" record and asked if he could use two of the songs in his 1991 film "Thelma and Louise". Grayson said yes and "I Can't Untie You From Me" ended up playing on the jukebox during the famous motel cafe scene between Louise (Susan Sarandon) and Jimmy (Michael Madsen)
I Can't Untie You From Me Lyrics. The time has tied The mountain to the river That tied that rollin' river Right down to the sea Like the willow to the ground Baby love has tied me to you Ohhh yes it did No matter what I try to do I can't untie you from me. And I walked a thousand miles To the edge of every sea And I've tried, oh yes, I've tried But I can't untie you from me Babe I can't do it, I can't untie you baby. And I walked a thousand miles To the edge of every sea And I've tried, oh yes, I've tried But I can't untie you from me baby. You know I've walked I've walked walked walked a long long time Yes I did, yes I did, yes I did. Correct these lyrics. Hottest Lyrics with Videos.
Grayson Hugh (born October 30, 1960) is an American singer-songwriter, pianist, Hammond B3 organ player and composer. He is best known for his 1988 hit "Talk It Over", and his other blue-eyed soul hits "Bring It All Back" and "How 'Bout Us?". Hugh was the first generation of his family to be born in the United States, and grew up surrounded by classical music.
Артист: Grayson Hugh Музыка от: Holly Knight & Grayson Hugh Издательство: Rca Records Прослушано: 22 раз. TOP 20 популярных песен. I can see clearly now by Johnny Nash.
Artist: Grayson Hugh, Song: Finally Found A Friend, Duration: 5:28, File type: mp3. №723859949. Grayson Hugh - 1991 - OST Thelma & Louise I Can't Untie You From Me. (play). Grayson Hugh Bring It All Back. Grayson Hugh I Can't Untie You From Me (OST "Thelma & Louise").
Grayson Hugh assembled a band and toured incessantly. Due to record company machinations, Hugh's second effort, Road to Freedom, landed on MCA in 1992. Two of its tracks, "I Can't Untie You from Me" and "Don't Look Back," were selected by director Ridley Scott for the soundtrack to his film Thelma and Louise. The former cut in particular resonated with audiences, and brought Hugh's voice and signature singing style - which evoked everything from soul and gospel to country, blues, and old-school R&B - to a much larger audience.
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