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9 thoughts on “ Mrs. You And Me - Smoking Popes - Born To Quit (CD, Album)

  1. Feb 16,  · From the album, Born to Quit. Lyrics: If I could see into your heart Then would I know just where to start? Because I'm lost and I need to be found Crazy as it sounds I need you .
  2. Oct 09,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Midnight Moon · Smoking Popes Born To Quit ℗ Capitol Records, LLC Released on: .
  3. Smoking Popes. The Smoking Popes are an American pop punk from the northwest suburbs of Chicago, Illinois, formed in They play punk-influenced pop music with crooning vocals. The core of the group is composed of brothers Matt Caterer (born ), Josh Caterer (born ) and Eli Caterer (born ). more».
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Smoking Popes - Born To Quit at Discogs. Complete your Smoking Popes collection/5(41).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Blue Vinyl release of Born To Quit on Discogs.4/5(3).
  6. Released: Born to Quit is the second album by the Chicago -based pop punk band the Smoking Popes, originally released in by Johann's Face Records and re Genre: Pop punk, alternative rock, indie rock.
  7. Smoking Popes ~ Born To Quit Customer reviews. out of 5 stars. This record has the perfect mix of chilled out indie love songs (Mrs you and me) (Adena) to move heavy punk rock songs like (needs you around) (Just broke up). Unlike most of the alt rock bands of the 90s, the Popes are also shameless with their love of guitar solos which /5(5).
  8. My first Popes album was "Born to Quit" (after hearing the track "Mrs. You & Me" on a compilation). By the time "Destination Failure" came out the band had definitely secured a place among my very favorites, and I never get tired of that album - good thing, given how long it took to get another one/5(8).
  9. Mrs. You and Me Lyrics: I'm thinking about asking you to be / Mrs. You and Me / I'm taking my time trying to find out / If there's any doubt / They say we're too young / But I never listen to what.

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