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Simon And Garfunkel - Mrs. Robinson mp3
Rock / Pop / World Music / TV
Performer: Simon And Garfunkel
Title: Mrs. Robinson
Year 1968
Country UK
Label CBS
Catalog Number 3443
Genre: Rock / Pop / World Music / TV
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 429
MP3 size: 1798 mb
Record From: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single

Simon And Garfunkel - Mrs. Robinson mp3

Tracklist

1Old Friends / Bookends3:55
2Mrs. Robinson4:02

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
4-44511Simon And Garfunkel Mrs. Robinson ‎(7", Single, Pit)Columbia4-44511US1968
S CBS 1159Simon & Garfunkel Mrs. Robinson ‎(7", RE, Sol)CBSS CBS 1159UKUnknown
CBS S 1600Simon And Garfunkel Mrs. Robinson | Old Friends / Bookends ‎(7", Single)CBSCBS S 1600Germany1973
CSR-0631Simon And Garfunkel Mrs. Robinson ‎(7", Single, Promo)CBSCSR-0631Peru1968
4-33143Simon & Garfunkel Mrs. Robinson | Old Friends / Bookends ‎(7", RE)Columbia4-33143CanadaUnknown

Credits

  • ProducerGarfunkel, Simon, Halee
  • Written-BySimon

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (A-side runout, stamped): 7552
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side runout, stamped): 7553

Companies

  • Published By – Pattern Music Ltd.

Video

Album

Текст песни: And heres to you, Mrs. Robinson, Jesus loves you more than you will know. God bless you, please Mrs. Heaven holds a place for those who pray. Robinson Jesus loves you more than you will know Wo, wo, wo God bless you please, Mrs. Robinson Heaven holds a place for those who pray. Robinson by Simon & Garfunkel Listen to Simon & Garfunkel: https. Lyrics: And here's to you, Mrs. Robinson Jesus loves you more than you will know Whoa, whoa, whoa God bless you, please, Mrs. Robinson Heaven holds a place for those who pray Hey, hey, hey Hey, hey, hey. Robinson is a song by American music duo Simon & Garfunkel from their fourth studio album, Bookends 1968. Produced by the duo and Roy Halee, it is famous for its inclusion in the 1967 film The Graduate. The song was written by Paul Simon, who pitched it to director Mike Nichols alongside Art Garfunkel after Nichols rejected two other songs intended for the film. The song contains a famous reference to baseball star Joe DiMaggio. Originally titled Mrs. Roosevelt, Mrs. Robinson is a song by American folk-rock duo Simon & Garfunkel. Written by Paul Simon, the first version of the song appeared in the critically acclaimed 1967 film The Graduate, the song was later reworked for release on their 1968 album 'Bookends'. The song's lyrics include a homage to baseball player Joe DiMaggio and a reference to the Beatles song I Am the Walrus. Notable covers of Mrs. Robinson include versions performed by Frank Sinatra, the Lemonheads, and Bon Jovi. View wiki. Artist: Simon and Garfunkel Song: Mrs. Robinson Album: Live at Central Park 1982 Tabbed by: necriononguitar e-mail NO SPAM: . Real fans support bands by purchasing their CD's Tuning: Standard. Capo 2 Chords are relative to the capo. Palm-Muted hold note vibrate p pull off h hammer on, slide up slide down. This is the capoed LIVE-Version, it is played with a capo and is meant to be played acoustically. The tab is my interpretation of the 1982 Central Park recording. Their fifth studio album Bridge Over Troubled Water was No 1 in the UK charts, eventually spending six months in pole position in the UK and 10 weeks at the top in the US. It would become the best-selling album of the 1970s. by Simon & Garfunkel. Album: The Graduate Soundtrack 1968. Charted: 4 1. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . Simon began writing this as Mrs. Roosevelt, and had just the line, Here's to you, Mrs. Roosevelt when he changed it to Mrs. Robinson for The Graduate. Eleanor Roosevelt was a likely influence on the song. Some of the lyrics support this theory . When Simon and Garfunkel's 1964 debut album Wednesday Morning, 3 AM tanked, Paul Simon headed to England alone and began recording and gigging as a solo artist. I Am a Rock the tale of an emotionally shattered man who hides away from the world was first released on The Paul Simon Songbook in England in 1965. Right around that time, folk rock was exploding in America. Columbia producer Tom Wilson took Simon and Garfunkel's acoustic The Sound of Silence and added in a band, the exact same day he produced Like a Rolling Stone for Bob Dylan. It bec