Dandy Livingstone - Morning Side of the Mountain mp3 downloadPerformer: Dandy Livingstone
Title: Morning Side of the Mountain
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Dandy Livingstone - Morning Side of the Mountain mp3 download
Dandy Livingstone, Audrey Hall.
Morning Side of the Mountain.
They never met, they never kissed They will never know what happiness they've missed 'Cause he lived on the morning side of mountain And she lived on the twilight side of the hill. For love's a rose that never grows Without the kiss of morning dew And every Jack must have a Jill To know the thrill of a dream that comes true. And you and I are just like they For all we know our love is just a kiss away But you are on the morning side of the mountain And you are on the twilight side of the hill. And you and I are just like they For all we know our love is just a kiss away Bur you.
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Morning Side of the Mountain (1970) (Dandy & Audrey). Dandy Livingstone (1972, Trojan). Conscious (1973, Mooncrest). Home From Home (1976, Charisma). The South African Experience (1978, Night Owl). Doo Wop Style (?,?) Suzanne Beware of The Devil: The Best of Dandy Livingstone (2002, Trojan) (compilation). a b c d e f g Archived 14 March 2008 at the Wayback Machine. Jo-Ann Greene (2002-12-10).
Side 1. 1. "Suzanne Beware Of The Devil". 2. "Rudy, A Message To You". 3. "Reggae In Your Jeggae". 4. "Can't Get Used To Losing You". 5. "There Is A Mountain". "Morning Side Of The Mountain". 6. "Oh Dear, What Can The Matter Be". 7. "We Are Still Rude". 9. "Doctor Sure Shot".
Dandy Livingstone (born Robert Livingstone Thompson, 14 December 1943,Kingston, Jamaica) is a Jamaican reggae musician and producer, best known for his 1972 hit, "Suzanne Beware of the Devil", and for his song, "Rudy, A Message to You", which was later a hit for The Specials. Suzanne Beware of the Devil", reached number 14 on the UK Singles Chart. A Member Of The STANDS4 Network. Watch the song video. Morning Side of the Mountain. more tracks from the album. Suzanne Beware of the Devil: The Best of Dandy Livingston.
Morning Side of the Mountain" is a song written by Larry Stock and Dick Manning and first recorded in 1951 by Tommy Edwards. The song hit number twenty-four on the pop chart. Edwards re-recorded the song again in 1959, when it hit number twenty-seven on the Billboard Hot 100. The re-release was featured as the B-side of Edwards' other hit, a cover of Johnnie Ray's 1952 hit, "Please Mr. Su.