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The Sundays - Wild Horses (CD)

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  1. Nov 21,  · The Sundays Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of DGC); LatinAutor - Warner Chappell, UMPI, LatinAutor - UMPG, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., .
  2. Stream Wild Horses (Album Version) by The Sundays from desktop or your mobile device With your consent, we would like to use cookies and similar technologies to enhance your experience with our service, for analytics, and for advertising purposes.
  3. Feb 07,  · English indie rock band formed in in London and disbanded in Band name stylized as The SUNDAYS on all releases. Members: Harriet Wheeler (vocals) David Gavurin (guitar) Paul Brindley (bass) Patrick Hannan (drums).
  4. Wild Horses Lyrics. K About “Blind” Blind is the second full-length album by The Sundays. It was released on October 19, in the UK, then in the US the following day, October
  5. The Rolling Stones originally recorded Wild Horses written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards and The Rolling Stones released it on the album Sticky Fingers in It was also covered by Jesuton, Lullaby Baby Trio, Déjà vu, Nanette Workman and other artists.
  6. This song is by The Sundays and appears on the album Blind () and on the television soundtrack Buffy the Vampire Slayer - The Album (). This song is a cover of " Wild Horses .
  7. Lyrics. The Sundays Childhood living is easy to do The things you wanted I bought them for you Graceless lady you know who I am, You know I can't let you slide through my hands Wild Horses couldn't drag me away, Wild, wild horses, couldn't drag me away I watched you suffer a dull aching pain, Now you've decided to show me the same No sweeping exits or offstage lines Can make me .
  8. Sep 22,  · Five years elapsed between the Sundays' second and third album. But those five years were worth it: "Static and Silence" is a reflective, increasingly mature album, crafted with plenty of new influences and centered on Harriet Wheeler's ethereal voice. It's the best kind of pop music -- 4/5(66).
  9. Oct 20,  · Together they produce such marvels as "Goodbye," "Love," and an off-kilter version of the Stones' "Wild Horses." The Sundays here sound like a more integrated musical unit, and for that reason Blind is the rare sophomore release that not only holds its own against the first album, but actually outperforms it. --Alan E. Rapp/5().

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