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The Edge
David McCallum Lyrics


We have lyrics for 'The Edge' by these artists:

3. Smash feat. Livingstone Whoa-oh-oh Whoa-oh-oh Oh-oh-oh Whoa-oh-oh Whoa-oh-oh Oh-oh-o…
78violet Don't wanna get what I got, wanna be what I'm…
Akala Do you never feel like there's something missing? Stuck in a…
Annihilator The edge, I'm walking a fine line To young to be…
Annihilator (Canada) (Technical Trash Metal) The edge, I'm walking a fine line To young to be…
Aurin Today I opened my eyes And realized that everything has chan…
Avantasia When I was sent to walk this long cold way I'd…
A⇔REAL Love striketh us all… Conquering my human essence… (weakness…
Blind Guardian I step from door to door My mind's misguided Keep moving on…
Blyss flowers are blowing in the wind and I can see the…
Booka600 Touch of Trent be wildin' with it I hope a nigga…
Cage I have come to show the truth the power and…
Cant Each time you said you loved me Each time you said…
Chico DeBarge Rollin' down the highway With a trunkful of work I just lo…
Clouds We are related, you and I Like the sea is to…
Dahl Hates Disco Darling lately I can't breath Baby maybe I'm in too deep Tel…
DJ Fresh I'm on the edge and I am dying without your…
Drown This City Run, we are surrounded, I will fight for you Despite the…
Eiffel 65 I've been to the edge and i've been to the edge. Yes…
Electro Light feat. Kathryn MacLean You paranoid You claim this love That you never started You …
Electro-Light I’m balanced on the edge of a love That has not…
Electro-Light feat. Kathryn MacLean You're paranoid You claim this love but you never started Yo…
Eternity X We'd like to take you to a place so far…
Fair Exchange We pass by the chance to share our faith With those…
FYKE feat. James Lee You were always at the end of it On the way…
Icicle (ft. Metropolis) Breathe, enter the zone, eye of the cyclone Be, fight for…
Jennifer Paige A crowded room in the dead of night Bodies crash in…
Jessi Malay Taking over It's getting hot to breath There's a side I'm …
KOAN Sound Wubb Wubb Tralalala Nown Drop Orgasm Finnish…
Lexy & K. Paul I don't deserve your forgiveness But I hope you know how…
Mansun Cast your stone now he who never sins Clearly all your…
Michael Card Most of us will never know How dark this world can…
Michelle Malone I should try to speak But all this fighting left me…
Natalia M. King Late last night I was dreaming I was dreaming of your…
Panicland We're looking down fifty stories At true love suicide It's t…
Rebelion feat. Micah Martin I present this recording as a living testament And regulatio…
Ryker's As i travel far and wide All the people that i…
Smash feat. Livingstone You swear You'd never do it Again Fall to pieces Runnin…
Týr Nightfall in my hall, all I can do is recall…
The Annihilators The edge, I'm walking a fine line To young to be…
Token Entry THE EDGE as i travel far and wide all the people that…
Tonight Alive You said you'd stay, I said I'd wait All those words…
Týr Nightfall in my hall, all I can do is recall…
uncoded You're the melody in my head And I cannot forget You're the…
Vince Neil The edge of the moment the glory of the…

We have lyrics for these tracks by David McCallum:

Batman Theme Batman, Batman, Batman Batman, Batman, Batman, Batman Batm…
Five O'Clock World Up ev'ry morning just to keep a job I gotta fight…
Make Your Own Kind of Music Nobody can tell ya; There's only one song worth singin', T…
Mellow Yellow / We Gotta Get Out of This Place In this dirty old part of the city Where the…
Michelle Michelle, ma belle These are words that go together well My …
My World Is Empty Without You My world is empty without you, babe My world is empty…
Shadow of Your Smile {Love Theme from "The Sandpiper"} The shadow of your smile When you have gone Will color all…
The Shadow Of Your Smile The shadow of your smile When you have gone Will color all…
Uptight Baby, everything is all right, uptight, out of sight Baby, …
We Gotta Get Out Of This Place In this dirty old part of the city Where the…
We Gotta Get Out Of This Place (Digitally Remaster In this dirty old part of the city Where the…

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Morr Eddie

Tell me how is making your own music better than sampling? And how is hip hop better than orchestral music? Is it because it's original and it doesn't talk guns drugs and money? Well guess what, just because you're original doesn't mean you're good, and yes you can say the opposite, but that rarely happens and people don't know about and care anyway. And also, any kind of music has inappropriate things in them even orchestral, Mozart made a song called lick me in the ass dammit, and you're gonna pass that off because it's not the same as people rapping about things they had no control over? And also hip hop is a varied genre, it can be anything from video games to rock to pop to funk to disco to even orchestral, don't believe me? Well look at these:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=4tcFgFHi_gU
And this: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=_J52ADRbnWg
And this: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=P8-9mY-JACM
And this:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Qc89T_KPNWc
And this:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=NJM2PyTQ9kk
And this:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=y14A_5QEvjA
And this:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=pwHuEDCM7xs
And you wanna know why? Because hip hop was built on the Foundation of taking two records of any genre and combining them with others because back then black people weren't able to afford musical education because of Ronald Reagan, so they used what they had, which were records and a record player, they grew up on the music their grandparents were listening to, so because they sampled their grandparents records, sampling and hip hop was born. Without sampling, we would never had heard of any these songs, why do you idiots always have to expect people to know about songs you know???? Then you complain about people listening to your music, like what the fuck man why can't you just let people enjoy music????



jeff dombrowski

The wonder was that David ever became an actor at all—for he was trained to be a musician from the age of four, playing the oboe with classic clarity. An appreciation of music ran deep in the McCallum family. David’s father, a famous violinist and leader of the London Philharmonic Orchestra, was taught classical music at his mother’s knee.

The McCallums came from a little Scottish mining village, Kilsyth in Stirlingshire, where David’s paternal grandfather was the village grocer. It was a deeply religious community, and David’s grandmother hoped her son would learn the harp. But no one there could play the instrument, so young David Fotheringham McCallum was taught violin instead. And his own son, David Keith McCallum—born on September 19, 1933, at 24 Kersland Street, Glasgow—inherited this musical tradition.

When the family moved to Bracknell Gardens, Hampstead, in London, David went to University College School, and musical evenings became a feature of this childhood. He was taught violin and piano, but it was the oboe that he mastered. However, David secretly harbored a longing to become an actor, so when one of his uncles needed an oboe, David offered his—cheap!—and started out on his acting career. Though he laughingly calls the oboe “...an ill wind nobody blows good,” David still admits, “I always knew that I could turn to music if I failed as an actor.”

McCallum was given a recording contract, and between 1966 and 1968, released four albums on Capitol Records: Music…A Part Of Me, Music…A Bit More Of Me, Music…It’s Happening Now!, and McCallum. However, rather than singing his way through these discs McCallum, together with producer David Axelrod, created a blend of oboe, French horn, and strings with guitar and drums, for musical interpretations of hits of the day. These included “I Can’t Get No Satisfaction”, “Downtown”, “Louie, Louie”, “I Can’t Control Myself” and his own compositions, “Far Away Blue”, “Isn’t It Wonderful?” and “It Won’t Be Wrong”.

The best known McCallum tracks today are “The Edge,” which was sampled by Dr. Dre as the intro and riff to the track “The Next Episode,” and “House of Mirrors,” sampled by DJ Shadow for “Dark Days”.



jeff dombrowski

The wonder was that David ever became an actor at all—for he was trained to be a musician from the age of four, playing the oboe with classic clarity. An appreciation of music ran deep in the McCallum family. David’s father, a famous violinist and leader of the London Philharmonic Orchestra, was taught classical music at his mother’s knee.

The McCallums came from a little Scottish mining village, Kilsyth in Stirlingshire, where David’s paternal grandfather was the village grocer. It was a deeply religious community, and David’s grandmother hoped her son would learn the harp. But no one there could play the instrument, so young David Fotheringham McCallum was taught violin instead. And his own son, David Keith McCallum—born on September 19, 1933, at 24 Kersland Street, Glasgow—inherited this musical tradition.

When the family moved to Bracknell Gardens, Hampstead, in London, David went to University College School, and musical evenings became a feature of this childhood. He was taught violin and piano, but it was the oboe that he mastered. However, David secretly harbored a longing to become an actor, so when one of his uncles needed an oboe, David offered his—cheap!—and started out on his acting career. Though he laughingly calls the oboe “...an ill wind nobody blows good,” David still admits, “I always knew that I could turn to music if I failed as an actor.”

McCallum was given a recording contract, and between 1966 and 1968, released four albums on Capitol Records: Music…A Part Of Me, Music…A Bit More Of Me, Music…It’s Happening Now!, and McCallum. However, rather than singing his way through these discs McCallum, together with producer David Axelrod, created a blend of oboe, French horn, and strings with guitar and drums, for musical interpretations of hits of the day. These included “I Can’t Get No Satisfaction”, “Downtown”, “Louie, Louie”, “I Can’t Control Myself” and his own compositions, “Far Away Blue”, “Isn’t It Wonderful?” and “It Won’t Be Wrong”.

The best known McCallum tracks today are “The Edge,” which was sampled by Dr. Dre as the intro and riff to the track “The Next Episode,” and “House of Mirrors,” sampled by DJ Shadow for “Dark Days”.



All comments from YouTube:

Ramin Lotfi

This man had no idea that he was creating one of the biggest bangers ever!

Cool Driver

@Riverwalk Records is this really the man from ncis?

Syrup7

Sad how this dude made the og version but nobody even knows it exists hahaha, dre and snoops version is goated tho

Cox Criwin

@DeadBoltZz that's awesome. I'm thankful somebody out there knows more about the music business than I. I meant no offense by being critical. Hats off to you bro for being cool enough to shout out to me. I used to write lyrics and just give them away because it's frought with peril to prove authorship. Believe it or not I'd mail myself my work so a postage stamp and postage date would be on my work and that's considered a seal by a u.s. governmental bureau. Lol... I don't know how valid it was but hey.. I tried.

DeadBoltZz

@Cox Criwin Yeah he was happy they sampled his song and they only used to begining part of his song.

Cox Criwin

@DeadBoltZz I wasn't sure. I remember when sampling started and there was a limit to how much of a song they could use before they had to pay. That's 30 years back I guess... damn I'm old.

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Apple Pie

I like calling this one: The Previous Episode.

Tricia Osborn

🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

Rich 100

You have won the internet

King Taylor

Ha ha lol 😆

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