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Performer: Melanie
Title: Nickel Song
Released: 1972
Style: Soft Rock
Rating: 4.2/5
Format: MP3 FLAC AIFF MMF MP3 DXD VOC MP4 AHX
FLAC size: 1201 mb | MP3 size: 1992 mb | WMA size: 1949 mb

Melanie Anne Safka-Schekeryk (born February 3, 1947) is an American singer-songwriter known professionally as Melanie and sometimes as Melanie Safka. She remains best known for the 1971/72 global hit "Brand New Key", her cover of "Ruby Tuesday", her composition "What Have They Done to My Song Ma", and her 1970 international breakthrough hit "Lay Down (Candles in the Rain)", inspired by her experience of performing at the 1969 Woodstock music festival.

This song is by Melanie and appear. ell you know that I'm not a gamblerBut I'm being gambled onThey put in a nickel and I sing a little songDa-da-da-daThey put in a nickel and I sing a little song. Well, I don't mind that they're luckyBut it seems that they always winAnd gamblin' is illegal in the state of mind I'm inAnd if I had a nickel for each time thatI've been put onI would be their nickel manAnd I'd sing a little song.

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In the nickelodeon All i ever want from you is music I’ll do anything for you anything you want me to All i ever, all i ever wanted was music Well you know that i’m not a gambler but i’m being gambled on They put in a nickel and i sing a little song. Текст песни The Nickel Song - Melanie. Текст песни The Nickel Song из альбома 1999 года Ring The Living Bell: A Collection Melanie.

Melanie – Nickel Song lyrics. Write my explanationnew. Well, I don't mind that they're lucky But it seems that they always win And gamblin' is illegal in the state of mind I'm in And if I had a nickel for each time that I've been put on I would be their nickel man And I'd sing a little song. They're only putting in a nickel and They want a dollar song They're only putting in a little to Get rid of a lot that's Wrong