Polly Flosskin - Sailin' On The Ocean ( FLAC album
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Early in 1973, Marilyn and maurice bailey were sailing in yacht down the west coast of South America. On 4 march they had just passed a whaling ship,when all of a sudden there was a terrible crashing noise
A. Sailin' On The Ocean Written-By – David H. Peabody. Label Category Country Year. MAM R 26 Polly Flosskin Sailin' On The Ocean (7", Single, Promo) MAM MAM R 26 UK. 1971.
You don't want me anymore So just I walked right out that door I play the game right from the start I trust you, you use me, now my life's all torn apart. So I'm sailing, yeah, I'm sailing on I'm moving, yeah, I'm moving on Sail on, sail on, sail on, sail on. Tried to see if I'll give up But there wasn't any luck It's a fact, a fact of life That's the game, game of strife everything is all in stride
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|A||Sailin' On The Ocean
Written-By – David H. Peabody*
|B||(You Got To Cross That) River Jordan
Adapted By – David H. Peabody*Arranged By – David H. Peabody*Written-By – Traditional
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|MAM R 26||Polly Flosskin||Sailin' On The Ocean (7", Single, Promo)||MAM||MAM R 26||UK||1971|