Edílson Mendes

Edílson Mendes Guimarães, most known as Edílson, is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays for Cruzeiro. He made his debut for Grêmio on 3 March 2010, against Avenida; the final score was 3–1 for Grêmio and Edílson made a goal and an assistance during the match. On 12 July 2011, he joined Atlético Paranaense on a one-and-half-year loan deal at the request of head coach Renato Gaúcho; as of match played 21 April 2016. VitóriaCampeonato Baiano: 2005BotafogoTaça Rio: 2013 Taça Guanabara: 2013 Campeonato Carioca: 2013CorinthiansCampeonato Brasileiro Série A: 2015GrêmioCopa do Brasil: 2016 Copa Libertadores: 2017CruzeiroCopa do Brasil: 2018 Campeonato Mineiro: 2018, 2019

So Wrong/You're Stronger Than Me

So Wrong/You're Stronger Than Me is an EP released by American country music singer, Patsy Cline on September 24, 1962. It was the final EP Cline would release that year. So Wrong/You're Stronger Than Me contained four songs, two on each side of the record that it was released on; the first two songs on side one were new: "So Wrong" and "You're Stronger Than Me." "So Wrong" was the third single Cline released in 1962, peaking at #14 on the Billboard Country Chart, its flip side was "You're Stronger Than Me". Because the single was not released on any album, this EP served as the source of obtaining the single and its B-side. On side two, two songs from Cline's 1962 album, Sentimentally Yours, were put on the EP: "Heartaches" and "Your Cheatin' Heart." This would be Cline's last EP collection that would be released in her lifetime, as she would be killed in a plane crash less than a year in March 1963. However, several other EP's would be released following her death; the cover photo for So Wrong/You're Stronger Than Me was taken by Hal Buksbaum.

Although not released as a single, "You're Stronger Than Me" was covered by George Strait on his 2000 album titled George Strait. Side 1: "So Wrong" — 3:00 "You're Stronger Than Me" — 2:37 1962 re-recorded versionSide 2: "Heartaches — 2:11 "Your Cheatin' Heart" — 2:19 All sessions were recorded at Bradley Film and Music Studios in Nashville, United States