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  1. Keep it precious Keep it precious This yielding is fine this promise rare One day at a time we've agreed to dare Holding you tight with wide open arms I'm letting you go no stranger to harm Go on ride your way do not break or bend Just take care my love my friend Keep it precious Keep it precious And the wonder let the wonder never cease.
  2. Never Enough, an Album by Melissa Etheridge. Released 17 March on Island (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Pop Rock, Singer/Songwriter.
  3. In , Melissa Etheridge's career ignited behind the full-throttle single "Bring Me Some Water" and her eponymous debut's earthy rock sound was hailed by critics and fans alike. The follow-up, Brave and Crazy, mixed a little grace into the grit, but was still in line with the trad rock of guys like John Mellencamp and Bruce eronkedbanomipordimicomdiaroo.xyzinfo these albums had their share of introspection 8/
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Never Enough on Discogs.
  5. An album that never spawned hits on the magnitude of "Bring Me Some Water" or "I'm the Only One" from her debut, Melissa Etheridge's sorely overlooked third effort is a gold mine of poetic contemplation, sensual declarations, and emotional pleas. Of her first five albums, Never Enough is the one that best shows her range/5(36).
  6. Lyrics to 'Keep It Precious' by Melissa Etheridge. You brought me to trust you brought me to tears In one tender touch the pain disappears I have been to the sword seen it come seen it die As we enter the dark I bessech you to try In prophecy all good things must end.
  7. Keep It Precious Acoustic Guitar [strings] – Melissa Etheridge Bass, Guitar [High String] Melissa Etheridge: Never Enough ‎ (CD, Album, Club, RE) Island Records: I2 US: Unknown: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release/5(34).
  8. Melissa Etheridge Melissa Etheridge, American singer-songwriter, holds her Grammy won for best female rock vocal performance for her son "Ain't it Heavey," a track from her album Never Enough, during the 35th Grammy Awards show, Feb. 24, USA Photo size:Seller Rating: % positive.

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