Gerry And Leslie - I Like That Girl album
Gerry & Leslie - "I Like That Girl" Hush Records 1967. Written by Gerry Ralston Gerry & Leslie is Gerry Ralston & Leslie Knutson.
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I Like It" is the second single by Liverpudlian band Gerry and the Pacemakers. Like Gerry Marsden's first number one, it was written by Mitch Murray. The song reached number one in the UK Singles Chart on 20 June 1963, where it stayed for four weeks. It reached No. 17 in the American charts in 1964. In 1978, The Rezillos did a punk cover version on their debut album Can't Stand The Rezillos. In 1980, Depeche Mode had it in their early live set.
I Like It Like That" is a song written by Tony Pabon and Manny Rodriguez. It was initially a hit for boogaloo musician Pete Rodriguez in 1967, and was one of the most influential boogaloo songs of the era. Rodriguez released an album in 1967 with the same title. Tony Pabon and Manny Rodriguez originally wrote "I Like It Like That" in 1967. Tony Pabon is also the vocals of the song, while the instrumentals are of Pete Rodriguez Orchestra.
the girl on the right isn't any less attractive than the one on the left. sure she's got some curves, but it's not like she's morbidly obese. and at least she appears to be secure with her self-image, unlike the guy that posted that meme. what a douche-nozzle lol. +9. Reply. We see that you're using an ad-blocker! Know Your Meme is an advertising supported site and we noticed that you're using an ad-blocking solution. To continue reading this entry: Turn off your ad-blocker.
I like a thick girl with a big booty Small waist and the face she a cutie I like skinny girls with them A cups Long legs with them little bitty butts Yeah, I like a big girl that can cook like my mama' She know the way to a man's heart's through his stomach I like. a innocent girl I can turn up I like a pretty chick already turned up I like them shy and nerdy, a geek in glasses College girls straight a's in the classes I like a flirty, personality A little tease, she always making passes I like them 30 or even older Cause there ain't nothing like.
LESLIE DURRELL: Played by Callum Woodhouse (left). The middle son was described as a ‘loveable rogue’. He had a secret wartime liaison with the family’s maid and then had to flee to Kenya after misappropriating funds while working as a school bursar. Leslie, who died in 1983, finished up as a janitor, but in the pub would call himself a civil engineer. MARGARET DURRELL: Also known as Margo, played by Daisy Waterstone (left)
Take Leslie’s lead and celebrate your best friend. Animal terminology optional. We’re saying good-bye with a look back at one of television’s most enduring tandems: Leslie Knope and Ann Perkins. It’s easy to forget given the strength of the ensemble cast, but the budding friendship between an optimistic public servant and a disgruntled nurse was the jumping-off point for seven priceless seasons, and Leslie celebrated her BFF the only way she knew how: intense, perplexing compliments. We’ve collected the best from the series below. Ann, you know that I fully support any woman’s decision, especially a beautiful unicorn nurse like yourself, in creating the family that she wants. But you are so brilliant and kind and stupid hot, you’re definitely going to find a wonderful guy who loves you and respects you and fills your home with multiethnic genius babies.
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