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  • Ray Davies: Producer(s) Ray Davies: The Kinks US singles chronology "Waterloo Sunset" () "David Watts" () "Wonderboy" () "David Watts" is a song written by Ray Davies that originally appeared on the Kinks' album Something Else by the Kinks. It was also the American and Continental Europe B-side to "Autumn Almanac".A-side: "Autumn Almanac" (US & Europe).
  • Nov 01,  · David Watts Lyrics: I am a dull and simple lad / Cannot tell water from champagne / And I have never met the Queen / And I wish I could have all he has got / I wish I could be like David Watts .
  • Jul 27,  · All the staff become part of my private collection. In any moment I don't want to use ilegally reserved rights. Opened channel without any lucrative purpose.
  • Ray Davies - David Watts Lyrics. I am a dull and simple lad Cannot tell water from champagne And I have never met the Queen And I wish I could have all he has got I wish I c.
  • Jul 31,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group David Watts · Ray Davies · The 88 See My Friends ℗ Ray Davies Entertainments Ltd, under exclusive licence to .
  • This is a promo CDr sent to US press and radio. Tray card is black and white. Front cover is single sheet, not a booklet. Disc and art marked "For promotional use only" and "Release Date, March ".
  • Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about The Kinks & Ray Davies - Waterloo Sunset - The Very Best Of The Kinks & Ray Davies at Discogs. Complete your The Kinks & Ray Davies collection.
  • Jul 19,  · Tracklisting for ‘Waterloo Sunset: The Very Best Of The Kinks & Ray Davies’ Disc One 1. ‘Waterloo Sunset’ / The Kinks 2. ‘You Really Got Me’ / The Kinks 3. ‘Tired Of Waiting’ / The Kinks 4. ‘Sunny Afternoon’ / The Kinks 5. ‘All Of The Day and All Of The Night’ / The Kinks 6. ‘Till The End Of The Day’ / The Kinks 7.
  • Davies was born at 6 Denmark Terrace, Fortis Green, north London, googmitelalime.taiquilavitorkastperstalversvesehuck.co is the seventh of eight children born to working-class parents, including six older sisters and younger brother Dave Davies.. Ray's father, Frederick Davies (b. ) was a slaughterhouse worker of Welsh descent. He liked to hang out in pubs and was considered a ladies' man.