8 thoughts on “ What About Me ”

  1. Jun 10,  · What about me? they demand. In the search for the answers, the boy discovers he has all the knowledge he needs. A wonderful, circular tale that makes a terrific read-aloud, What About Me? is also a story with a wise moral. Ed Young's deceptively simple cut /5(3).
  2. " What About Me? " is a song first recorded in as a trio by singers Kenny Rogers, Kim Carnes, and James Ingram. The song was written by Rogers, noted producer David Foster, and singer-songwriter Richard Marx, who would later achieve superstar status as a musician (" Right Here Waiting ", " Now and Forever ").B-side: "The Rest of Last Night".
  3. WHAT ABOUT ME portrays the gradual deterioration of a young woman forced to exist on the streets, intermingling with the outcasts of society. Includes music by Johnny Thunders and composers Robert Quine and Marc Ribot.
  4. What About Me? Composed By – Richard Marx Composed By, Producer – Kenny Rogers Composed By, Producer, Arranged By – David Foster: A2 – Kenny Rogers: The Night Goes On Composed By – Paul Gordon (3), Tom Keane Producer – David Foster: A3 – Kenny Rogers: Dream Dancin'.
  5. What About Me Lyrics: You poisoned my sweet water / You cut down my green trees / The food you fed my children / Was the cause of their disease / My world is slowly fallin' down / And the air's.
  6. Aug 17,  · Provided to YouTube by Atlantic Records What About Me · Gerald Levert Love & Consequences ℗ Elektra Entertainment Group, A Division of Warner Communications Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.
  7. To me, Kenny Rogers is very much like many other crossover artists: he can perform light AC and pop just as well as he can perform his primary country genre. The same goes for both Glen Campbell and Ronnie Milsap, as well as for Steve Wariner and the late Marty Robbins/5(21).
  8. Nov 01,  · "What About Me? unabashedly digs deeply into the origins of conflict in relationships and paves the way for resolution, healing, and happiness. This is a book that will serve all of us well." -David Perlmutter, MD, author of Power Up /5(33).

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