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  • Akizahn says:
    Jul 06,  · In our Italian Restaurant. Things are okay with me these days Got a good job, got a good office Got a new wife, got a new life And the family’s fine We lost touch long ago You lost weight I did not know You could ever look so good after So much time. I remember those days hanging out At the village green Engineer boots, leather jackets And.
  • Balkis says:
    This Billy Joel Scenes from an Italian Restaurant PRINT is a copy of an original piece of handwritten artwork, printed on heavy photo-quality poster stock - Print fits a standard 11x17 frame or mat. (Frame not included.) Comes rolled in a heavy cardboard tube and ***unfortunately due to current.
  • Zulujora says:
    “Scenes from an Italian Restaurant” has the longest duration in all of Billy Joel’s catalog, clocking in at 7 minutes and 37 seconds. While never released as a single, it has always been highly.
  • Zugis says:
    Aug 12,  · Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Scenes from an Italian Restaurant · Billy Joel The Stranger ℗ Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music.
  • Kigale says:
    Billy Joel wrote the lyrics to the song at the wedding reception on the back of a napkin. Brenda choose to have the reception at the same Italian restaurant at which her and Eddie's first date took place. Joel was so moved by his close friends tale of love that "Scenes from an Italian Restaurant.
  • Makree says:
    "Scenes from an Italian Restaurant" is a song from Billy Joel's album The Stranger Release. Although never released as a single, it has become one of Joel's most a bottle of red" are told in a first person and set up the scene of an Italian restaurant. Joel himself remarked that this is .
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  • Akinotaur says:
    Billy Joel "Scenes From An Italian Restaurant": A bottle of white, a bottle of red Perhaps a bottle of rose instead We'll get a table near the stree.

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