Thank You and Good Night by Jon Gordon, Donald Wallace |, Hardcover | Barnes & Noble®The album sold , copies in the UK. Stepping away from the traditional ballads the band are known for, this studio album sold the fewest records from their other albums. In December , it was announced that the album had been finalised and was ready for release in The album has an " urban " influence, as opposed to the ballads the band is famous for singing Shane Lynch stated the album would be similar in style to that of American singer Charlie Puth. So as a fan you can pick two or three songs that work for you and are the types of songs you wanna listen to. The album after thirteen weeks has sold 89, copies in the UK, with first week sales of 21, copies at number 6, second week sales of 9, copies at number 24, third week sales of 10, copies at number 31, fourth week sales of 11, copies at number 27, fifth week sales of 14, copies at number 25, sixth week sales of 8, at number 27, seventh week sales of 5, copies at number 34, eighth week sales of 2, copies at number 52, ninth week sales of 1, at number 72, tenth week sales of 1, at number 72, eleventh week sales of 1, at number 64, twelfth week sales of 1, at number 77 and thirteen week sales of 1, at number Videos were made for the songs 'Because' and 'Love'.
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Thank You and Good Night
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McDonnell turns a regular goodnigght routine for Maggie into a Pajama Party for her three little friends; Clement a bunnyJean an elephant with footie pajamas and Alan Alexander a bear whose pajamas are a little too goodnighf. Whenever you buy one of my books5 percent of the profits are donated to the Against Malaria Foundation AMF, etc, June rated it really liked it Recommends it for: sleep over and pajama party requests. Nov 07. No twists or post-modern play on the homage material Goodnight Moon.
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It is appropriate in nearly any situation and it is a better response than most of the things we say. We often ruin compliments by devaluing the statement or acting overly humble. Internally, you might think this prevents you from appearing arrogant or smug. The problem is that by deflecting the praise of a genuine compliment, you don't acknowledge the person who was nice enough to say something. You played really well in the game. There is something empowering about fully accepting a compliment. When you deflect praise, you can't really own it.
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