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Adele - Chasing Pavements Album
Soul / Pop
Performer: Adele
Title: Chasing Pavements
Style: Soul
Label XL Recordings
Genre: Soul / Pop
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 699
MP3 size: 1208 mb
FLAC size: 2029 mb
WMA size: 1361 mb
Record From: File, AAC, Single, Reissue, 256 kbps

Adele - Chasing Pavements Album

Tracklist

1Chasing Pavements3:31

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
XLS 321Adele Chasing Pavements ‎(7", Single)XL RecordingsXLS 321UK2008
noneAdele Chasing Pavements ‎(DVDr, DVD-V, Promo, PAL)XL RecordingsnoneUK2008
noneAdele Chasing Pavements ‎(CDr, Single)XL RecordingsnoneUK2008
noneAdele Chasing Pavements ‎(CD, Single)XL RecordingsnoneUK2008
XLS321CDAdele Chasing Pavements ‎(CD, Single)XL RecordingsXLS321CDUK2008

Credits

  • Written-ByAdele Adkins, Eg White

Notes

As presented on the iTunes download page:

Released: 13 January 2008
℗ 2008 XL

From metadata:

(p) 2008 XL

Barcodes

  • Other (iTunes ID): id270424399

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – XL

Video

Album

Chasing Pavements - Adele. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Chasing Pavements album. Текст песни: Ive made up my mind Dont need to think it over If Im wrong I am right Dont need to look no further. Chasing Pavements is a song by English singer-songwriter Adele, from her debut album 19. It was the second single from the album, after Hometown Glory. It was released digitally in Ireland on 13 January 2008 and entered the Irish singles chart at number 26 through download sales alone. Having received a physical release, the single then leaped 19 places to number seven, where it peaked. On 20 January, the single entered at number two in the UK singles chart on downloads alone. Chasing Pavements. Chasing Pavements is the second single from soul singer Adele, featured on her debut album, 19. Adele performed the song on Friday Night with Jonathan Ross on December 7, 2007. It was released digitally in Ireland on January 13, 2008 and entered the Irish singles chart at number 26 through download sales alone. Having received a physical release, the single then leaped nineteen places to number seven, where it peaked. On January 20, the single entered at number two in the UK singles chart on. Chasing Pavements is a song by British singer Adele, second single from her debut album 19 2008. This song writed by Adele and Eg White. View wiki. Song: Chasing Pavements Arist: Adele Album: 19 Standard Tuning Capo 3. C Em e- B-1--. 0- g- D. C Em Am Should I give up or should I just keep chasing pavements Em F G Even if it leads nowhere C Em Am Em Or would it be a waste even if I knew my place. F G Should I leave it there C Em Am Should I give up or should I just keep chasing pavements Em F G C Even if it leads nowhere C G I build myself up and fly around in circles. Em F Waiting as my heart drops and my back begins to tingle Am Em Finally could this be it Or. Album 2008 1 Song. Chasing Pavements - Single. Поп 2008. The phrase Chasing Pavements is not common, and Adele used it to indicate a hopeless endeavor. In the United States, there was some speculation that the phrase meant chasing gay men, and that the song was about being gay. At the Mercury Music Awards in London, Adele addressed the issue, saying, Some weirdo on the Net wrote that 'Chasing Pavements' was about being gay, which isn't true at all. I hope she continues to write more beautiful songs like the ones in this album. Shanice from Sugarland, TxThis song is so sweet and soulful and so many people can relate to it. Probably why I listen to it all the time. Adele - 'Chasing Pavements'. Ii'm scared that once the album comes out she will get slated for being over produced, much in the same way as James Morrison did. And this is backed up by the fact that Eg White has worked on this album, and as mentioned below, it sounds like 'you give me something' because he produced that too. neither artists need it. and it's a shame someone somewhere keeps messing with it. At 09:34 PM on 15 Jan 2008, Kat wrote. At 09:30 AM on 05 Feb 2008, Jacqui wrote