7 thoughts on Only In My Mind

  1. Mogami   Kagale
    Norma Jean Martine demonstrates she is at home with both slow stripped back tracks (No More Alone and I Will Never Love Again) & upbeat anthemic songs (the single No Gold & Angels On My Shoulders). The title track Only In My Mind is the stand-out for me. Her music wouldn't be out of place of BBC Radio /5(21).
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  2. Muktilar   Dailmaran
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gloversville Pressing Vinyl release of Only In My Mind on Discogs. Label: MCA Records - MCA • Format: Vinyl 7 Reba McEntire - Only In My Mind (, Gloversville Pressing, Vinyl) | Discogs.
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  3. Sam   Makus
    Only In My Mind Reba McEntire Top Reba McEntire Lyrics Why Do We Want What We Know Have You Ever Cheated On Me Forever Love What If It's You Fancy The Angels Sang What Do You Say Everyday People Cathy's Clown I'm A Survivor10/10(1).
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  4. Kaktilar   Arakus
    Lyrics for ONLY IN MY MIND by Sadao Watanabe featuring PATTI AUSTIN. Love I could never find Only in my mind Could I dream of you I wanted to believe There was.
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  5. Vocage   Kazilrajas
    Only In My Mind Reba Mcentire Intro: G G Oh on a park bench in the middle of July D We sat and watched the children play If it was the heat or the noise G He didn't have too much to say G Then with a move of his eyes C Am A move that could have made the wind stand still G D He took my hand in his and said the words G That I never will forget Chorus G C He said have you ever cheated on me G Has.
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  6. Vukus   Yozshunos
    Jul 25,  · Lyrics for Only In My Mind by Reba McEntire Oh, on a park bench in the middle of July We sat and watched the children play If it was the heat or the noise He didn't have too much to say Then with a move of his eyes A move that would have made the wind stand still He took my hand in his and said the words That I never will forget He said, "Have.
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  7. Akinogal   Yobar
    Lyrics to "Only In My Mind" by REBA MCENTIRE: Oh on a park bench in the middle of July / We sat and watched the children play / If it was the heat or the noise / He didn't have too much to say / Then with a move of his eyes / A move that could have made the wind stand still / .
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