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Undertow - Suzanne Vega - Cracking (CD)

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  1. Lyrics to Undertow by Suzanne Vega from the Cracking album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more! Undertow Suzanne Vega Buy This Song. FAVORITE (1 fan) Suzanne Vega. Suzanne Nadine Vega (born July 11, ) is an American songwriter and singer known for her eclectic folk-inspired music.
  2. Suzanne Vega - Undertow Lyrics. I believe right now if I could I would swallow you whole I would leave only bones and teeth, we could see what was underneath And you woul Suzanne Vega - Suzanne Vega Album Lyrics; 1. Cracking: 2. Freeze Tag: 3. Knight Moves: 4. Marlene On The Wall: 5. Neighborhood Girls: 6. Small Blue Thing: 7. Some Journey.
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  5. Suzanne Vega "Undertow": Suzanne Vega Lyrics "Undertow" I believe right now if I could I would swallow you whole I would leave only bones and teeth We could see what was underneath And you would be free then album: "Suzanne Vega" () Cracking. Freeze Tag. Marlene On The Wall. Small Blue Thing. Straight Lines. Undertow.
  6. Suzanne Vega "Cracking": Suzanne Vega Lyrics. album: "Suzanne Vega" () Cracking. Freeze Tag. Marlene On The Wall. Small Blue Thing. Straight Lines. Undertow. Some Journey. The Queen & The Soldier. Knight Moves. Neighborhood Girls.
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  8. The songs included are her most haunting songs, which Suzanne used to call the "Mental Health" songs. Recording "Language" was recorded in January , but doesn't appear in the CD track listing. "Penitent" and "Undertow" were recorded in December Track listing. All tracks are written by Suzanne Vega, except where noted.

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