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  1. Kate Bush - Once (Letra y canción para escuchar) - Earth for all creatures / A thought for all (wo)men / Right for the speechless / Wrong until then / Eyes for the laughter / Thirst for the tongue / Hands

  2. 20 de feb. de 2011 · 150K views 12 years ago. The great song "Once", with pictures of mainly Kate. I was bored of just putting pictures, so I tried using the effects on most pictures, a bit daft really :) Kate...

  3. Once is the sixteenth studio album by English rock/ folk singer-songwriter Roy Harper, released in 1990. [2] History David Gilmour, Kate Bush, Nick Harper and Nigel Mazlyn Jones appear on the album, with both Gilmour and Bush on the title track. [3] Songs The Black Cloud of Islam

  4. Song written by Roy Harper. Released on his sixteenth studio album ‘Once’ in 1990, this song features backing vocals by Kate Bush and guitar by David Gilmour. Credits Backing vocals: Jacqui Harper, Kate Bush Bass: Tony Franklin Drums: Steve Broughton Lead guitar: David Gilmour, Nick Harper Additional guitar: Mazlyn Jones Harmonica: Mark Felham

  5. Once Here to be done as we do With only one chance Here for the wonder of under the stars For the one and only Once Joy for the children Hope for the chance Men for the women Now for the dance The dance of love We dance just once In unique circumstance Once Here to be done as we do With only one chance Here for the wonder of under the stars

  6. The discography of English singer-songwriter Kate Bush consists of 10 studio albums, two live albums, two compilation albums, six video albums, four box sets, five extended plays, 36 singles, seven promotional singles, and 39 music videos.

  7. Once again Harper collaborated with David Gilmour and Kate Bush on his 1990 release, Once. The album also featured contributions from Nigel Mazlyn Jones , Mark Feltham and Tony Franklin . One of the album tracks, "The Black Cloud of Islam" a song written about Colonel Gaddafi, the Lockerbie bombing , and a despairing castigation of ...