In The Wee Small Hours Of Sixpence

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  1. In the wee small hours of sixpence. And the lighted chandelier. Stands a rusty old retainer. Whose old eyes are filled with tears. For his master, Good Sir Galant, Who is now off to the wars. And although his eyes are crying. We know grief is not the cause. And if grief is not the reason.
  2. In the wee small hours of sixpence. And the lighted chandelier. Stands a rusty old retainer. Whose old eyes are filled with tears. For his master, good sir galant, Who is now off to the wars. And although his eyes are crying. We know grief is not the cause. And if grief is not the reason.
  3. Compilation of Procol Harum singles, outtakes and album material recorded between and "Roots" shows how it all started. It includes several examples of the classical/rock blend which began with "A Whiter Shade Of Pale", a lot of rhythm and blues and a bonus of two previously unreleased tracks recorded in /5(23).
  4. In The Wee Small Hours Of Sixpence (Brooker / Reid) * In the wee small hours of sixpence and the lighted chandelier stands a rusty old retainer whose old eyes are filled with tears for his master, Good Sir Galant, who is now off to the wars And although his eyes are crying we know grief is not the cause And if grief is not the reason.
  5. (brooker / reid) * In the wee small hours of sixpence And the lighted chandelier Stands a rusty old retainer Whose old eyes are filled with tears For his master, good sir galant, Who is now off to the wars And although his eyes are crying We know grief is not the cause And if grief is not the reason He must be of sterner stuff And his sword though old and rusty Must be blunt as sharp enough In.
  6. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Procol Harum - In The Wee Small Hours Of Sixpence / Quite Rightly So at Discogs. Complete your Procol Harum collection/5(26).
  7. In the wee small hours of sixpence And the hat-stand in the hall Waiting only for the morning Shadows flitting 'cross the wall And perhaps that old retainer Whom now giving of his all May have once been just as we are And now has no face at all.
  8. Digitally remastered reissue of their album with eightbonus tracks added: 'Alpha' (previously unissued), 'Seem ToHave the Blues (Most All of the Time)', 'Monsieur Armand', two versions of 'In the Wee Small Hours of Sixpence' (B-side& Alternative Version), two of 'Quite Rightly So' (Take 4Breakdown & Take 6) and 'Il Tuo Diamante' (a rare version of'Shine on Brightly' sung in Italian). a.

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