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Walking In The Sunshine (Extended Version) - Bad Manners - Walking In The Sunshine (Vinyl)

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  1. Walking in the Sunshine: The Best of Bad Manners, a Compilation of songs by Bad Manners. Released in on Music Club (catalog no. MCDLX; CD). Genres: 2 Tone.
  2. Wet winter left me cold and crying, Beaten black and blue, Someone said there's no harm in trying, Nothing else to do. I'm just a-walking in the sunshine, Leave your troubles all behind you, I think I'll drink a little red wine, I'll take you where they'll never find you. Sad songs, well I've heard to many, Words that didn't rhyme, Long years never had a penny, But we spend the time.
  3. Walking in the Sunshine / End of the World, a Single by Bad Manners. Released in September Genres: 2 Tone.
  4. I'm just a-walking in the sunshine, Leave your troubles all behind you, I think I'll drink a little red wine, I'll take you where they'll never find you. Sad songs, well I've heard to many, Words that didn't rhyme, Long years never had a penny, But we spend the time.
  5. Bad Manners is the third album by British 2 Tone and ska band Bad Manners from the year and their most popular and successful album, peaking at number 18 on the UK album chart. The band had originally formed in while the members were together at .
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Walking in the Sunshine: The Best of Bad Manners - Bad Manners on AllMusic -
  7. BAD MANNERS - Albums - sutoharneckmawelbuzzroslinkdaresdia.xyzinfo Music Skip to main content. Try Prime Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl Walking in the Sunshine (12" Extended Version) Night Bus to Dalston (Vocal Version) Buona Sera The New One No Respect Yakety Yak/5(15).
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