Saskia & Serge are a Dutch vocal duo consisting of singer Trudy van den Berg (born 23 April 1947, Grootebroek) and singer-guitarist Ruud Schaap (born 22 March 1946, Den Helder).
A. Love Lost On The Wind Written-By – Peter Koelewijn. B. What You Do To Me Written-By – P. Koelewijn, Saskia. Companies, etc. Produced For – Born Free Licensed From – Phonogram . Label Category Country Year. 6012 902 Saskia & Serge Love Lost On The Wind (7", Single) Philips 6012 902 Netherlands 1979.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. This album was released on the label Philips (catalog number 6440 970). This album was released in 1976 year. Saskia & Serge - Love Hurts mp3. A4. Saskia & Serge - Photograph mp3. A5. Saskia & Serge - I Will Always Love You mp3. A6. Saskia & Serge - Please, Mr Please mp3.
I bet your boyfriend bite me in his raps I ain't impressed I'm packing bowls with your bitch I think we might just have a sesh Want the gold on my neck Want this weight up off my back Ay, Imma make a check and turn the pain right into cash Repping that 508 but Living like I'm upstate Imma. get high today I felt the high one day And i been high to date If the show ain't tomorrow You can.
With the release of Lost in Love, Air Supply led the early part of the '80s with a successful run of soft pop love songs of the sweetest variety. Graham Russell's overly poetic, overly romantic lyrics were usually accompanied by the fragile plucking of an acoustic guitar or the soft tinkling of piano, and throughout every album their insipid musical style never strayed. The rest of the tracks on Lost in Love are carbon copies of the hits, but it was this album that kicked off their illustrious career and helped their Greatest Hits album, released in 1983, earn platinum status four times over. The albums that followed, 1981's The One That You Love and 1982's Now and Forever, yielded seven Top 40 hits between the two of them, carrying on where bands such as Bread, Firefall, and England Dan & John Ford Coley left off in the '70s.