Bad Manners - Walking In The Sunshine
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Walking In The Sunshine Lyrics

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.

Just a-walking in the sunshine,
Try to keep from going under,
I think I'll drink a little red wine,
Ain't no use to sit and wonder.

As I would say?

Autumn eve and the leaves are falling,
'till the trees are bare,
Summer's gone I can hear you calling,
Haven't got a care.

Just a-walking in the sunshine,
Leave your troubles behind you,
I think I'll drink a little red wine,
I'll take you where they'll never find you.

As I would say?

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Songwriter(s): Paul Robert Hyman, Louis Cook, Robert Farren David, Brian Tuitt, Martin Charles Stewart, Alan Sayag, Christopher Kane, Douglas Trendle, Andy Marsen
Copyright: Magnet Music Ltd.
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