Finest is a compilation album by Scottish band The Proclaimers, released in 2003. I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" – 3:39. Sunshine on Leith" – 5:15. Leaving Home" – 3:09. Then I Met You" – 3:49. A Train Went Past the Window" – 3:14. Twenty Flight Rock" – 1:55. Make My Heart Fly" – 2:29. (I'm Gonna) Burn Your Playhouse Down" – 2:01. Long Black Veil" – 3:03. These Arms of Mine" – 3:18
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Whole Wide World" is a song written by English rock singer-songwriter Wreckless Eric, who wrote the song in May 1974, and recorded it in 1977, whilst an original member of the Stiff Records label. Additional musicians on the record were Nick Lowe on guitar and bass, and Steve Goulding on drums. The song was never a chart hit single for Eric, though it subsequently became his most well-known recording
This song is by The Proclaimers and appears on the album Life With You (2007). This song is a cover of "Whole Wide World" by Wreckless Eric. When I was a young boyMy mama said to meThere's only one girl in the world for youBut she probably lives in Tahiti. I'd go the whole wide worldI'd go the whole wide world just to find her. Or maybe she's in the BahamasWhere the Caribbean sea is blueWeeping in a tropical moonlit nightBecause nobody's told her 'bout you.
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Album: Life With You, Life With You. Release year: 2007. The Proclaimers: best 2 tracks. The Proclaimers - A Womans Place Life With You, 2007 03:11. The Proclaimers - I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) Cool As Folk, 2010 03:38. Artist: The Proclaimers.
The Whole Wide World (album), a 1979 album by Eric Goulden Standing in a Monkey Sea. Whole Wide World, a novel by Paul J. McAuley. Whole Wide World" is a song written by English rock singer-songwriter Eric Goulden, better known as Wreckless Eric. Goulden wrote the song in May 1974, and recorded it in 1977, whilst an original member of the Stiff Records label. The song was never a chart hit single for Goulden, though it subsequently became his most well-known recording
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