Dave Edmunds – I Hear You Knocking

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lyrics:

You went away and left me long time ago
And now you’re knockin’ on my door
I hear you knockin’
But you can’t come in
I hear you knockin’
Go back where you’ve been

I begged you not to go but you said, “Goodbye”
And now you’re tellin’ me all your lies
I hear you knockin’
But you can’t come in
I hear you knockin’
Go back where you’ve been, oh

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You better get back to your use to be
‘Cause your kind of love ain’t good for me
I hear you knockin’
But you can’t come in
I hear you knockin’
Go back where you’ve been

I told you way back in 52
That I would never stay with you
I hear you knockin’
But you can’t come in
I hear you knockin’
Go back where you’ve been

I hear you knockin’
But you can’t come in
I hear you knockin’
Go back where you’ve been

About Dave Edmunds:

David William “Dave” Edmunds (born 15 April 1944) is a Welsh singer, guitarist and record producer. Although he is primarily associated with pub rock and New Wave, and had numerous hits in the 1970s and early 1980s, his natural leaning has always been towards 1950s style rock and roll.

In 1966, after a short spell in Parlophone recording band The Image (1965–1966), with local drummer Tommy Riley, Dave Edmunds shifted to a more blues-rock sound, reuniting with Congo Jones and bassist John Williams and adding second guitarist Mickey Gee to form the short lived Human Beans, a band that played mostly in London and on the UK university circuit. In 1967, the band recorded a cover of “Morning Dew” on the Columbia label, that failed to have any chart impact. After just eighteen months, the core of ‘Human Beans’ formed a new band called Love Sculpture that again reinstated Dave Edmunds, Jones and Williams as a trio. Love Sculpture scored a quasi-novelty Top 5 hit by reworking Khachaturian’s classical piece “Sabre Dance” as a speed-crazed rock number, inspired by Keith Emerson’s classical rearrangements. “Sabre Dance” became a hit after garnering the enthusiastic attention of British DJ John Peel. The band issued two albums.

After Love Sculpture split, Dave Edmunds had a UK Christmas Number 1 single in 1970 with “I Hear You Knocking“, a Smiley Lewis cover, which he came across while producing Shakin’ Stevens and the Sunsets’ first album entitled A Legend. The recording was the first release on Dave Edmunds‘ manager’s MAM Records label. This single also reached #4 in the US, making it Dave Edmunds‘ biggest hit by far on either side of the Pond. It sold over three million copies, and was awarded a gold disc.

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