The following is the complete discography of British singer/musician Rod Stewart. Note: Also included on previous albums. 1 Although "Reason to Believe" was the A-side, the single was listed on the UK chart as Maggie May/Reason to Believe. However, the single did not chart in the UK until 1972
A Spanner in the Works is a studio album released by Rod Stewart on 26 May 1995. It is Stewart's seventeenth studio album and ended a four-year gap since his previous studio album. At the time it was Stewart's longest break between albums. It was released on Warner Bros. Records (WEA 7-1/2) in The United States, The United Kingdom, and Japan. Five singles were released: "You're The Star", "Leave Virginia Alone", "This", "Lady Luck", and "Purple Heather".
Leave Virginia Alone. Leave Virginia Alone. Maggie May. Reason to Believe. She was as C hot as Bb Georgia F /aspha F(sus2) lt F. Dm When the "A" crowd G came Dm to adore her G brain. So F leave Virginia a C lone. F Leave Virginia a C lone. She's Am not like Dm you and G me. She's not like Am you and G me G. This song is by Rod Stewart and appears on the album A Spanner in the Works (1995). Unfortunately, we are not licensed to display the full lyrics for this song at the moment. Hopefully we will be able to in the future. how about a random page? Written by: Tom Petty. Lyrics licensed by LyricFind.
Leave Virginia Alone Lyrics Rod Stewart. Album A Spanner in the Works. Rod Stewart - Leave Virginia Alone Songtext. Well I've Seen her Down the alley And over the hill To steel her away She was as hot as Georgia asphalt When the aircraft came To adore her brain. So leave Virginia alone Leave Virginia alone She's not like you And me She's not like you And me You should've seen her Back in the city Poetry and jewels Broke all the rules She was as high as A Georgia palm tree . La, la, la, leave her alone. Oh, Virginia Oh, Virginia Leave her alone. Teile diesen Songtext. Lyrics powered by ww. usiXmatch.
In the music video, a woman runs away from people wearing costumes after holding a press conference
Rod Stewart’s blend of pub-rock pugilism and soul-man tenderness takes cues from the R&B legends and rock titans saluted on this 1995 covers album. Leave Virginia Alone, originally by American troubadour Tom Petty, gives Stewart the opportunity to play protector; Tom Waits’ twisted blues plea Hang On St. Christopher gets a brassy revamp.
|A||Leave Virginia Alone||3:58|
|B||Shock To The System (Non-Album Track)||4:47|
Notes7" Single Without Picture Sleeve
(P) 1995 Warner Bros. Records Inc.
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|9 17847-2, 2-17847||Rod Stewart||Leave Virginia Alone (CD, Single, Car)||Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records||9 17847-2, 2-17847||US||1995|
|WPDR-3025||Rod Stewart||Leave Virginia Alone (CD, Mini, Single)||Warner Bros. Records||WPDR-3025||Japan||1995|
|4-17847||Rod Stewart||Leave Virginia Alone / Shock To The System (Cass, Single)||Warner Bros. Records Inc.||4-17847||US||1995|
|PRO-CD-7624-R||Rod Stewart||Leave Virginia Alone (CD, Single, Promo)||Warner Bros. Records||PRO-CD-7624-R||US||1995|