Album Rivers of Babylon. Sweet Sensation Lyrics. I could feel those trills walking over When you held me tight Now I feel those pain taking over When you said goodnight. Oh, what sweet sensation Lord, what strange emotion You've got love and devotion And I won't forget your touch. Now there's nothing left for me to say, girl Than stay here in your world You've got someone's soul deep inside, girl And love that's richer than gold.
Album · 1997 · 26 Songs.
Rivers of Babylon: The Best of the Melodians 1967-1973 is an extraordinary 26-track collection that contains all of the group's hits and singles, from "Sweet Sensation" and "I'll Get Along Without You" to the classic "Rivers of Babylon. It may be a little too much music for neophytes, but there's little question that this is the definitive overview of their peak years. Brenton Dowe, Trevor McNaughton.
Rivers of Babylon: The Best of the Melodians 1967-1973. You Don't Need Me. Your browser does not support the audio element. I'll Get Along Without You.
Rivers of Babylon is found on the album Sweet Sensation. Found on more albums: Rivers of Babylon: The Best of the Melodians 1967-1973 The Harder They Come Leslie Kong's Connection, Vol. 2: First Class Reggae 1969-1971 The Harder They Come Sweet Sensation: Best of the Melodians First Class Reggae 1969-1971 The Harder They Come. The Melodians – Rivers of Babylon. By the rivers of Babylon Where we sat down And there we wept When we remembered Zion Oh, the wicked carried us away in captivity Required from us a song How can we sing King Alpha's song in a strange land? 'Cause the wicked carried us away in captivity Required from us a song How can we sing King Alpha's song in a strange land?
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Rivers of Babylon" is a Rastafari song written and recorded by Brent Dowe and Trevor McNaughton of the Jamaican reggae group The Melodians in 1970. The lyrics are adapted from the texts of Psalms 19 and 137 in the Hebrew Bible. The Melodians' original version of the song appeared on the soundtrack album for the 1972 movie The Harder They Come, which made it internationally known.