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9 Replies to “ Billy Joel - Cetait Toi (You Were The One) / Close To The Borderline (Vinyl) ”

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  2. C'Etait Toi (You Were The One) This song is by Billy Joel and appears on the album Glass Houses (). Here I am again in this smoky place With my brandy eyes I'm talking to myself You were the one, you were the one Here I go again looking for your face And I realize That I should look for someone else But you were the one, you were the one I'm looking for comfort That I can take.
  3. Billy Joel. William Martin "Billy" Joel (born May 9, ) is an American pianist, singer-songwriter, and composer. Since releasing his first hit song, "Piano Man," in , Joel has become the sixth best-selling recording artist and the third best-selling solo artist in the United States, according to the RIAA.
  4. 7" Single on 45cat: Billy Joel - Don't Ask Me Why / C'etait Toi (You Were The One) - Columbia - USA -
  5. Here I am again In this smoky place With my brandy eyes I'm talking to myself You were the one You were the one Here I go again Looking for your face And I realize That I should look for someone else But you were the one You were the one I'm looking for comfort That I can take From someone else But after all I know there is no one That can save me from myself You were the only one Me revoici.
  6. 45 rpm record; ; Columbia Records catalog # Billy Joel; Side A: You May Be Right; Side B: Close To The Borderline.
  7. All You Wanna Do Is Dance; Allentown; An Innocent Man; And So It Goes; Baby Grand; Ballad Of Billy The Kid; Big Man On Mulberry Street; Big Shot; Blonde Over Blue; C’etait Toi (You Were The One) Captain Jack; Careless Talk; Christie Lee; Christmas In Fallujah; Close To The Borderline; Code Of Silence; Don’t Ask Me Why; Downeaster “Alexa.
  8. But I'm getting close to the borderline Close to the borderline A buck three eighty Won't buy you much lately on the street these days And when you can get gas You know you can't drive fast anymore on the parkways Rich man, poor man, either way American Shoved into the lost and found The no nuke yell we're gonna all go to hell With the next big.

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