- Title:When He Comes (You Will Know)
- Style:Soul, Disco
- Date of release:
- Size FLAC version1149 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1747 megabytes
- Size WMA version1546 megabytes
- Formats:MP2 VOX DXD TTA XM MP4 AUD
Producer: Johnny Bristol. Report wrong information or missing video. Daft Punk's Da Funk sample of Barry White's I'm Gonna Love You Just a Little More Baby. Nmesh's Mall Full of Drugs sample of Partnership for a Drug-Free America's Tommy's Out of It. Tiësto and Allure (Trance)'s The Loves We Lost sample of Paula Cole's She Can't Feel Anything Anymore.
John William Bristol (February 3, 1939 – March 21, 2004) was an American musician, most famous as a songwriter and record producer for the Motown label in the late 1960s and early 1970s. He was a native of Morganton, North Carolina, about which he wrote an eponymous song. His composition "Love Me for a Reason" saw global success when covered by The Osmonds including a number 1 in the UK charts in 1974
Do you value our service? Our goal is to help musicians like you to learn to play the music they love. When He Comes (You Will Know) - Johnny Bristol. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. - Spiritual High (Moodfood Megamix) 1991. Kool & The Gang - Summer Madness. Pages - If I Saw You Again (1978).
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hen he will come. is a clause in a sentence and can be an indirectly spoken question, or a condition specified in a sentence. Further, in the latter sense, the proper usages would be ‘when he comes’ or ‘if he comes’. Future tense is best avoided where ‘if’ or ‘when’ are used. We do not say: ‘If it will rain, we will get a crop. ; instead, we say: ‘If it rains, we will get a crop,’ or ‘If it rains, we get a crop.
wrong When do you know the results? Things get a little complicated when the question is indirect. The when part then looks like an adverbial time clause, but it is not. For example, if the original question was, When will you know the results?, we can ask: correct Could you tell me when you will know the results? see below Could you tell me when you know the results? The second sentence is grammatical, but it is a different question! In the first case, you ask when (. at what time) the other person will know the results, so the answer would be something like at 5 o’clock.
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|3526||Johnny Bristol||When He Comes (You Will Know) (7", Promo, Spe)||Atlantic||3526||US||1978|
|3526||Johnny Bristol||When He Comes (You Will Know) (7")||Atlantic||3526||US||1978|
|3526||Johnny Bristol||When He Comes (You Will Know) (7", Promo, PRC)||Atlantic||3526||US||1978|