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Jim Davis Jr. is a cover of. Runaway by Bon Jovi (1983). Knock Three Times by DJ Freddy Retro feat. Jim Davis Jr. Knock Three Times by Tony Orlando & Dawn (1970).
Tony Orlando was not named on the record. The actual singers were Tony Orlando, Toni Wine, and Linda November, prior to the creation of "Dawn" with Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent Wilson. The song was released as a single, paired with Orlando's other hit song, "Candida" (also written by Toni Wine). The single hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100 in January 1971 and eventually sold six million copies.
Knock Three Times" is a popular song recorded by Tony Orlando and Dawn. It was released as a single in November 1970, paired with their other hit song "Candida". The single hit number one in January 1971 and eventually sold nine million copies, also claiming the number one spot on the UK Singles Chart.
Featuring Jim Davis Jr. - Runaway, Knock Three Times. Country Year US 2008. Related Music albums to Runaway, Knock Three Times by. DJ Freddy Retro.
Knock Three Times is a country album by Billy "Crash" Craddock. It was released on Cartwheel Records in 1971. It was re-released in 1973 on ABC Records. The album featured Craddocks first top ten hit, "Knock Three Times".
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Knock Three Times Lyrics: Hey girl, what ya doing down there, Dancin' alone every night, While I live right above you, I can hear your music playing, I can feel your body swaying, One floor below m. Knock three times on the ceiling if you want me Twice on the pipe if the answer is no Oh, my sweetness Means you'll meet me in the hallway Twice on the pipe means you ain't gonna show. Knock Three Times is a song from Tony Orlando & Dawn’s album Candida.
Knock Three Times: Greatest Hits is a comprehensive single-disc overview of Tony Orlando & Dawn's original hits from the '70s. While 20 tracks maybe a bit excessive for anyone but the completist, at least half of these tunes were chart-toppers, including ". Track Listings. 2. 5. What Are You Doing Sunday. 6. Runaway/Happy Together.