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Anna Ternheim — What Have I Done (live)
Album: Live In Stockholm
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Released: 2016
Length: 4:55
Plays (last 30 days): 2
You are my everything
My head, my heart, my mind, my wing
I could give all again
I'm never short of anything with you
The jokes, the laugh, the teardrops too
The games, the fun, the travels too
Yes I'll go through it all with you*
All good things now come from you
I hope you feel the way I do
I hope you give yourself up too
I'm damned to feel the way I do
What have I done to fall so hard
For you
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I give my everything
My head, my heart, my mind, my wing
The past the present tomorrow too
I'll spend my final day with you
I hope you feel the way I do
I hope you give yourself up too
I'm damned to feel the way I do
What have I done to fall so hard
For you
Comments (34)add comment
 ppopp wrote:

Love the beat - reminds me of Terry Jones in a Monty Python sketch where he smashes (fake) rodents with a hammer.



? You're weird!! -  welcome ;D
Most live versions miss the mark for me as compared to their Studio releases.

This one is much different, I think mostly on account of the screaming guitar. LOVE IT!!

And Anna is an ANGEL
Love that guitar!
Good Tune!
 Jelani wrote:



Why? His YES remixes are garbage for the most part.



I AGREE!!
 MattRudely wrote:

The kid who picked the wooden block out of the instruments box is really having it.




 jtherieau wrote:

Yeah, I heard it too. The guitar riff is from some Roxy Music song I can't quite place.


it's from an instrumental track from the album Avalon
 westslope wrote:

Agreed 100%.   

Calling Steven Wilson for a re-mix.  



Why? His YES remixes are garbage for the most part.
 fredriley wrote:

Not bad, but I prefer the studio version where Anna's voice comes to the fore, unlike this live version where the band's instruments predominate.



True, BUT this live version rocks for an extended period, and it's a song that I just want to go on, so I settled the dilemma by downloading both versions onto my "Dad Rocks" playlist.
For some reason, I feel the urge to listen to Roxy Music's Love is the Drug...
 kazoo wrote:
How about Flip Wilson?
 
Wilson from Castaway.
 thunter1 wrote:
Watching super bowl with sound off and Radio Paradise on.

Perfect
 
What have I done to fall so hard

For you
 DaidyBoy wrote:
westslope wrote:

Agreed 100%.

Calling Steven Wilson for a re-mix.


 
Rockit9 wrote:

or Brian Wilson 
 
Or even Harold Wilson.  I think it's great as it is.
 

How about Flip Wilson?
This is cooooooool....
This is great!
 westslope wrote:

Agreed 100%.   

Calling Steven Wilson for a re-mix.  
 
And we get another Abba song, yes!
Love the beat - reminds me of Terry Jones in a Monty Python sketch where he smashes (fake) rodents with a hammer.
The kid who picked the wooden block out of the instruments box is really having it.
westslope wrote:

Agreed 100%.

Calling Steven Wilson for a re-mix.


 
Rockit9 wrote:

or Brian Wilson 
 
Or even Harold Wilson.  I think it's great as it is.
 westslope wrote:

Agreed 100%.   

Calling Steven Wilson for a re-mix.  
 

or Brian Wilson 
 lathyris wrote:

I don't think you can expect a studio mix from a live recording and still get the raw, live energy that makes a live performance so appealing. This performance and mix absolutely hit the spot for me.
 
Agreed.  But the vocals could have been louder, though that would depend on how the live recording was done.  

A big part of her appeal is her voice.  
Watching super bowl with sound off and Radio Paradise on.

Perfect
Love this live version.  The guitar kicks it up a notch.  When I first heard it, I thought it was Dan Auerbach playing guitar.
Nice presentation. She was very creative at the start of her career. "Somebody Outside", "Separation Road" (US version: "Halfway to Fivepoints") and "Leaving On A Mayday" are great albums...
 westslope wrote:

Agreed 100%.   

Calling Steven Wilson for a re-mix.  

 
I don't think you can expect a studio mix from a live recording and still get the raw, live energy that makes a live performance so appealing. This performance and mix absolutely hit the spot for me.
 fredriley wrote:
Not bad, but I prefer the studio version where Anna's voice comes to the fore, unlike this live version where the band's instruments predominate.

 
Agreed 100%.   

Calling Steven Wilson for a re-mix.  
 garyalex wrote:
Love is the drug and I need to score.

 
Yeah, I heard it too. The guitar riff is from some Roxy Music song I can't quite place.
Love it!!
Not bad, but I prefer the studio version where Anna's voice comes to the fore, unlike this live version where the band's instruments predominate.
Love is the drug and I need to score.
Digging this live version.
quite likeable  (somehow had me think of the last moments of the new episodes of Twin Peaks, when great bands play in the bar : )
Superb.  Instant 8 and climbing.  She's a talented lady.