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8 thoughts on “ Take Your Love With Me (The Ukulele Song) - Sophie Madeleine - LOVE. LIFE. UKULELE.

  1. Nov 16,  · Listen to music from Sophie Madeleine like Take Your Love With Me, You Are My Favourite & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Sophie Madeleine. Love. Life. Ukulele. 5, listeners 1 Mar · 10 tracks Play album Buy. Loading; The Rhythm You Started. 3, listeners.
  2. ‎Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. ‎Listen to songs and albums by Sophie Madeleine, including "Take Your Love with Me," "You Are My Favourite," "I Just Can't Stop Myself," and many more. Songs by Sophie Madeleine start at $ Love. Life. Ukulele .
  3. Sophie Madeleine – Take Your Love With Me (The Ukulele Song)(MP3) bigband.shaknuadaravusida.infoinfoe is an album made up of mostly ukulele-based songs, and they all run on the themes of love and/or life (funnily enough!). There’s even a song specifically about my first ukulele! Buy Sophie Madeleine songs on Bandcamp. I highly recommend The Stars.
  4. Mar 25,  · INTRO C Edim F Fm C VERSE 1 C Edim I could navigate the ocean in a home-made boat Dm F And fly across the desert in a ten pound note C E7 Am C7 I could do most anything if everywhere I go F/5(26).
  5. Love Life Ukulele Sophie Madeleine. Take Your Love With Me (The Ukulele Song) Lyrics. 2. I Just Can't Stop Myself (From Writing Love Songs About You) Lyrics. 3. The Knitting.
  6. On 8 July "Take Your Love With Me (The Ukulele Song)" reached number 4 on iTunes' New Zealand Singer-Songwriter Music Chart. In , Madeleine was interviewed on a Portuguese television documentary about ukuleles called Apanhei-te cavaquinho, for RTP2, where she also performed her song "Take Your Love With Me (The Ukulele Song)".
  7. You Are My Favourite Lyrics: Oh it's sitting on the tip of my tongue / As we're quietly strolling along / I've been meaning to tell you for so long now / That it's got me stuck in a hold somehow.
  8. Sophie Madeleine's star is in such an ascendant, and we are witnessing the results of some maverick fusion. Steeped in an inherited classicism (she had a music-lover for a father,) she absorbed the greats of the last century - from Cole Porter to Gershwin, Bacharach, Beatles and beyond.

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