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Bee Gees Brothers In Song
Photos, album descriptions, concert memories, links.
Bee Gees Fan Club
News, biographies, appearance dates, photos, band members, family information, articles, fan pages, sound clips, and information on the fan club.
Bee Gees OSO
Chat room, news, biography, photos, lyrics, awards, links, backgrounds, humor page, discography, message board, and Ellan Vannin page (with mp3 of the song, lyrics).
Bee Gees Italy
Information on appearances in Italy, biography, discography, and unique photos. English and Italian.
Robin Leonard's Celebrity Photos and Fun
Photos she has taken of her favorite band, including a special section of Robin Gibb pictures.
A Website for the Bee Gees, made by their little Fans
News, articles, personal Bee Gees collection, appearances, photos, from the perspective of very young fans.
Immortality - Bee Gees Tribute
News, many photos including Andy Gibb, articles, Gibb family, band information, links.
Mo Mania: The Mo Maiden's Delight
Photos, stories, articles, awards.
Bee Gees Fun Fans Only
Biography, discography, chat transcripts, articles, photos, chat room, message board, calendar.
Words and Music, Fans of the Brothers Gibb
Information for mailing list. Facility for subscribing, unsubscribing, and changing characteristics of one's subscription.
Barry, Robin, Maurice, and Andy--The Brothers Gibb
Tributes to the Brothers' character and talent, midi and wav files, special "Enigma with the Stigma" section, tour of Middle Ear Studio.
Amazon offers Here at Last...Bee Gees...Live (Audio CD),24 January, 1990
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Song "For Whom The Bell Tolls"

I stumble in the night
Never really knew what it would've been like
You're no longer there to
Break my fall
The heartache over you
I gave it everything but I couldn't get through
I never saw the signs
You're the last to know when love is blind

All the tears and the turbulent years
When I would not wait for no one
I didn't stop, take a look at myself
And see me losing you

When the lonely heart breaks
It's the one that forsakes
It's the dream that we stole
And I'm missing you more
And the fire that will roar
There's a hole in my soul
For you it's goodbye
And for me it's to cry
For whom the bell tolls

Seen you in a magazine
A picture at a party
Where you shouldn't have been
Hangin' on the arm of someone else
I'm still in love with you
Won't you come back to your little boy blue
I've come to feel inside
This precious love was never mine
Now I know but a little too late
That I could not live without you
In the dark of the broad daylight
I promise I'll be there


I never knew there'd be times like this
When I couldn't reach out to no one
Am I never gonna find someone
That knows me like you do
Are you leaving me a helpless child
When it took so long to save me
Fight the devil and the deep blue sea
I'll follow you anywhere
I promise I'll be there


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Music Review: Bee Gees - 1st (
T'was Matthew Sweet who first got me reconsidering the Brothers Gibb: covering one of the Aussie sibs' sixties hits, "Come to Me," with Under the Covers collaborator Susannah Hoffs, he had me listening to a song I hadn't thought about in years ? and, in so doing, made me hear the pop craftiness that had gone into that particular 45. "The Bee Gees don't get enough respect," Sweet went on ...
Go back in time with three legendary acts (Everett Herald)
The Drifters, the Coasters and the Marvelettes will perform Saturday in Edmonds.
Live parade reports from the VIP tent (The News-Press)
Reporter Mary Wozniak is at the VIP tent with Gerry Ginsberg, executive director of the Edison Festival of Light.
The lost art of the album-package experience (Houston Chronicle)
Speculation is that the album ? and by album I really mean a CD containing 10 or so songs ? will soon be on the endangered-species list. That's a nightmare for the tactile-inclined, nerdy subset of music enthusiasts who prefer some sort of additional interactive experience to go along with the aural.
The big gigs for Feb. 16-22 (Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune)
POP/ROCK Another great New Orleans act displaced by Katrina, the Iguanas have moved to Austin, Texas, where their smorgasbord blend of Southern bayou music (boogie-woogie, conjunto, zydeco, you name it) is equally at home. The guys are still spreading the NOLA cheer, though, playing a string of Mardi Gras warm-up gigs that should be hotly received here. Opening is local song picker Molly Maher, ...
The party scene gone to the dogs (USA Today)
As Iris Love, noted archeologist and dachshund fancier, sat next to a Mardi Gras float Sunday night alongside her beloved dogs, Daphne, dressed as a queen, and Cherubino, wearing a tiny crown, and J.R., in court jester attire, it was clear this was a party unlike any other.
A forgotten era of the Bee Gees, reissued (The Philadelphia Inquirer)
To rock boys coming of age in the late '70s and early '80s, the brothers Gibb were known primarily as the fey, toothy, Members Only-jacketed target of the Disco Sucks backlash that greeted the blockbuster sales and grating ubiquity of their Saturday Night Fever soundtrack.
Hollywood night #1: The official summary (USA Today)
I want to read your comments later tonight, so I'm not going to do an unofficial summary now. Here's what will run in the paper Wednesday: The Hollywood rounds (the actual theater is in decidedly unglamorous downtown Los Angeles) are...
Instinct, vision, and a bit of Brass (
A&M's Herb Alpert and Jerry Moss built a diverse empire around artists who seemed mainstream but were often off-kilter. IT might be a 1969 telegram to Australia from a label president unaccustomed to working with openly out-of-control rockers, asking about Joe Cocker's "deportment."
Not half bad picks for a frozen weekend (Asbury Park Press)
The 49th annual Grammy Awards will air this Sunday, and John Mayer will sit smug in his seat at the Staples Center, basking in the glow of his five nominations.

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