the beach boys - You're So Good to Me - The Platinu video free download


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Music downloads the beach boys - You're So Good to Me - The Platinum Collection

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2 years ago

JonBenait06

Seriously, someone needs to find another word to rhyme with night other than 'tight'.

3 years ago

Derek Imler

I love this song

3 years ago

Djordi L

myself and my mother loves this verry good song :)

3 years ago

ian macleod

Pure class, and only two minutes long!! 

3 years ago

Jean Pierre Mifsud

Good Times :))

4 years ago

Dan Nunya

+CaptainNnif DUDE! YOU'RE FREAKIN ME OUT MAN! FREAKIN ME OUT!

4 years ago

Debbie D

Lead singer yes was Brian Wilson, HOWEVER: The song has been played live many times throughout the years. Given Brian Wilson's frequent absence from the touring group, Al Jardine has sung the lead vocals on the song during its live history. However, during the band's 50th Anniversary Tour, Wilson sang the lead vocals on the song. He had previously sung the song live on his solo tours, although infrequently.

4 years ago

Alfie Barker

their dreams already came true before the drugs as thy made it in the music industry

4 years ago

princejoseph80

i bet Chuck Norris is standing in line to meet Brian Wilson than vice-versa..

4 years ago

Delphi333

Sure sounds like Al singing...

4 years ago

JiminRnow

Sorry you are upset. Upset is a bad outcome listening to BB's tunes.

4 years ago

cleverandrew123

Wiki or not, you're an idiot.

5 years ago

mark mcmullen

THAT is a great list dude........ dont know Buddy Holly catalogue very well so i probably would have to put someone else in 4th place..... like Genesis... or the Rolling Stones.

5 years ago

Jennifur Sun

whats strange about your comment, is that i heard Ringo talk about not coming to the studeo when high or drunk cause the music sounded like C.. and it had to be done over

5 years ago

Jennifur Sun

like that funky sounding(lead or rhythum) guitar at the start

5 years ago

Liam Atkinson

most definitely Brian this, Carl's voice was a lot softer than this

5 years ago

estajosh

Chuck Norris cry's to no man.

5 years ago

Dickie Dawes

Hi David my home base was Pompey and was drafted back there in 1968. I remember a place on Southsea sea front opposite one of the piers, South parade I think, anyway it was a mecca for matelots and called the festival bar/club, better known to us skates as The fess bar, does that ring any bells? Regards Dickie

5 years ago

David Howard

Hi Dickie, Me too! Except it was in Portsmouth when I was a Dockyard apprentice. Can't remember the dance hall name but it was on Southsea Front, opposite the pier - very popular with all the RN matelots. LOL!

5 years ago

Michael Lewis-Sannerstedt

Great track by the way! Sad to see them like they are now. Mike Love as predictable as ever!

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