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You've Got a Friend In Me - German adaption by Klaus Lage

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camembert electrique

On September 3, 2014

Performance

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Du Hast'n Freund In Mir

By Klaus Lage

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Limbabwe

On September 4, 2014

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You've Got a Friend In Me

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Adaption of: You've Got a Friend in Me

Performance title: Du Hast'n Freund In Mir

German lyrics: Klaus Lage

Release title: You've Got a Friend In Me

Artist: Klaus Lage

Release date: 1996

Label: Walt Disney Records / Polydor (for the German release)

Cat. no.: 000 515-2

Format: CD-Single

Remark: B side of the Randy Newman release (as in other countries); a longer and differently arranged version appears on the album "Zug um Zug" (see below)

Links (to verify): GEMA entry (for writer credits; see attachment), discogs , Hitparade CH entry

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Release title: Zug um Zug

Artist: Klaus Lage

Release date: Jan. 25, 2007

Label: EMI Germany

EAN/Cat. no.: 0094638247623

Format: album CD

Links (to verify): Discography section on artist HP , Hitparade CH , Musiksammler

History

Comment by Limbabwe
2014-09-04 18:28:40 UTC
 

Added.


Du hast n' Freund in mir


Thanks for posting !

 
Comment by Limbabwe
2014-09-04 18:43:43 UTC
 

Added the Klaus Lage album as well, as it contained another cover.


Zug um Zug


Cheers !

 
Comment by camembert electrique
submitter
2014-09-05 02:50:54 UTC
 

Added the Klaus Lage album as well, as it contained another cover.

Zug um Zug

Cheers !


That album actually contains more covers and adaptions than the two added so far, f. i.

Küsse süßer als Wein = adaption of Kisses Sweeter than Wine Sweeter Than Wine]]

Added - Küsse süsser als Wein


Du weißt = adaption of "Tell Me No Lies" - but which one?

Cover of "Und wir hatten keine Höhle" (written by Wolf Biermann; first release most likely on his album 1974 album "Ahh - Ja!")

"Liebe kann man lernen" (written by Manfred Maurenbrecher; 1st release probably on his album "Ende der Nacht", 2004)

"Ermutigung" (also by Wolf Biermann; first release quite surely on his album 1985 album "Die Welt ist schön")


Unfortunately, I didn't find enough reliable sources to verify those - and quite likely more -, yet.

Last updated by camembert electrique on 2015-03-20 06:16:12 UTC

 
Change by shs
2015-08-14 18:00:00 UTC
 
Conversion from forum topic to cover submission
 
Comment by camembert electrique
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2015-08-27 03:09:40 UTC
 

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