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Take Off The Blues (Instrumental) - The Foreign Exchange - Leave It All Behind

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  1. The Foreign Exchange - Pandora. Try disabling any ad blockers and refreshing this page. If that doesn't work, please visit our help page.
  2. Oct 07,  · Leave It All Behind is the title track to The Foreign Exchange’s second studio album. In the song, Phonte sings to a figurative ‘baby boy’ about ‘dreams and lullabies’, and the soulful hook pays ode to those willing to leave it all behind them, “just for tonight”.
  3. Leave It All Behind is The Foreign Exchange’s second studio album, released in It was a huge milestone for the duo, as it was their first time working together in the studio, and also got.
  4. Oct 07,  · About “Take Off the Blues”. After the deep and heavily emotional “Daykeeper”, Take Off The Blues, the second track on the Foreign Exchange’s sophomore album Leave It All Behind, gives an ode to being careless and free. They recruit Stan Graham for .
  5. In October , The Foreign Exchange released their second album, Leave It All Behind, where Brockington is featured on 3 tracks on the group’s album. Darien made his first appearance in a music video for the track "Take Off The Blues", which was released as a single.
  6. Foreign Exchange Music (often abbreviated as +FE Music) is a record label founded by The Foreign Exchange members Phonte and Nicolay. The label was first started for the release of their second album Leave It All bluegrass.kajikinosmugisbroadcrusher.infoinfo: R&B, electronica, hip hop, neo soul.
  7. Leave It All Behind is the second studio album by the Foreign Exchange, released in At the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards, "Daykeeper" was nominated for Genre: Soul.
  8. Leave It All Behind, an album by The Foreign Exchange on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  9. Lyrics to 'Take Off The Blues' by The Foreign Exchange. (Mmm, hah, hah, hah) You might, you might, you might, you might as well (Mmm, hah, hah, hah, hah, hah) After all is said and done you're next to me.

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