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David Coverdale (born September 22, 1951 in Saltburn-by-the-Sea, England) is a rock vocalist most famous for his work with the British hard rock band Deep Purple, and his later band Whitesnake. Coverdale was largely unknown until he replaced Deep Purple vocalist Ian Gillan in 1973. He was a Boutique clerk in Redcar, Yorkshire when he sent in an old Boy Scout picture of his along with a demo tape to Deep Purple.
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- LyricsI was dreamin' of the past
Why do good times never last?
Help me Jesus, show the way
I can't hold on another day
I was hungry, feelin' low
- LyricsThey say love. Love is blind
And true love is hard to find
It makes you wonder now you're yesterdays news
At the bitter end of a love affair
Some you win some you loose
- Too Many Tears - (5:57) - 759 plays
Only my soul, stops me crying,
Wondering why I feel alone
And only my love keeps me from
Weeping, so bad,
She got them eagle feathers; cocaine eyes
She got the heat to make a dead man rise
A rose in her hair, a devil may care attitude
She never said she would stay by my side
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