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Sheena Easton - Take My Time download mp3 album
Take My Time
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Take My Time is the debut album by UK pop singer Sheena Easton. Released in January 1981, the album reached in the UK and earned her a Gold Disc. Two months later, a ten track version of the album was released in the USA and Canada as Sheena Easton. The album went gold in the USA and platinum in Canada.

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Sheena Easton lyrics - 142 song lyrics sorted by album, including "Almost Over You", "You Never Gave Me The Chance", "Morning Train (Nine To Five)". album: "Sheena Easton" (1981). Morning Train (Nine To Five) Don't Send Flowers Cry Take My Time Prisoner Modern Girl So Much In Love Voice On The Radio One Man Woman Calm Before The Storm. album: "You Could Have Been With Me" (1981). A Little Tenderness You Could Have Been With Me Just Another Broken Heart I'm Not Worth The Hurt Savoir Faire (He's Got) A Letter From Joey Telephone Lines Johnny Trouble In The Shadows When He Shines. album: "Madness, Money & Music" (1982).

Songs in album Sheena Easton - Sheena Easton (1981). 1. Morning Train (Nine To Five).

Produced by Christopher Neil. I wake up every morning I stumble out of bed Stretching and yawning Another day ahead It seems to last forever And time goes slowly by Till babe and me is together Then it starts to fly Cause the moment that he's with me Time can take a flight The moment that he's with me Everything's alright Night.

7. 9 To 5. Sheena Easton. 9. Voice On The Radio. Значек "play" перед названием песни дает возможность найти mp3 и прослушать любую песню с альбома Take My Time Sheena Easton.

Song by Sheena Easton. from the album Take My Time. 9 to 5" (or "Morning Train") is the title of a popular song written by British songwriter Florrie Palmer and recorded by Sheena Easton in 1980, becoming her biggest hit. It peaked at number three in the United Kingdom in August 1980 and was certified gold. It was released in the United States in February 1981, where it reached number one, becoming Easton's only chart-topper. Easton had released one single prior to "9 to 5": "Modern Girl"