"Walking in the sunshine" as written by Douglas Trendle, Alan Sayag, Louis Cook, Brian Tuitt, Paul Robert Hyman, Robert Farren David, Duncan Marson Andrew and Christopher Kane....
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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"Walking in the Sunshine" as written by Alan Sayag Douglas Trendle

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    General Commentit seems to me that this song is trying to say basically, who cares, shit happens you just roll with the punches, take it on the chin, keep smiling an get on with it

    oooo an it sounds immense!
    azpooon July 17, 2009   Link

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