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DID YOU KNOW? ?? ”Being With You” was originally written in 1997 for Roxette’s ”Have A Nice Day” album, but never made it. Per recorded the original demo on 11 September 1997 with an additional verse, which he later cut out in the acoustic demo recorded on 22 October 2004. It was during the ”Son Of A Plumber” session. He considered including it, but it never happened for some reason. Per just let it go, because he had so many other songs, as always. Now, in 2018, 21 years after the song was born it got another chance and is finally released as a single and will be on Mr. G’s upcoming album, ”Small Town Talk”. Good decision, isn't it? ✌ /PP Listen to the BWY demos and the 2018 single here: http://bit.ly/PG_BWY_1997_Spotify http://bit.ly/PG_BWY_2004_Spotify http://bit.ly/PG_BWY_Spotify
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