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9 To 5 (Morning Train) - Various - The Very Best Of Pop Music 1981-82


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  1. Samujora says:
    Sheena Easton - Take My Time (, single release, for example in Germany) 45cat - Sheena Easton - 9 To 5 (Morning Train) / Moody (My Love) - EMI - Japan - EMS, back cover. Jan Gebauer. Find best value and selection for your Original Friends on Tour 80 British tour concert programmes Sheena Easton search on eBay. World's.
  2. Dora says:
    Sep 18,  · It peaked at number three in the United Kingdom in August and was released in the United States in February but was retitled "Morning Train" to avoid confusion with Dolly Parton's "9 to 5".
  3. Goltinris says:
    "9 to 5" is a song written and originally performed by American country music entertainer Dolly Parton for the comedy film of the same name. In addition to appearing on the film soundtrack, the song was the centerpiece of Parton's 9 to 5 and Odd Jobs album, released in late The song was released as a single in November Genre: Country pop.
  4. Goran says:
    Jan 26,  · Some of my favorites are on this jazz.flameworkeranayathrisflameblade.infoinfo Prisoner and Morning Train. She had some Better ones later on. I personally beleive she was one of the last true pop music artists. I think if she came a long a little sooner she might have been Bigger then she was. The album is a Great listen if you like her music, and like me, like looking back.5/5(7).
  5. Balmaran says:
    Aug 23,  · This is not a greatest hits album, although based on other reviewers this collection embraces Sheena Easton's hard to find early b-sides and some rarities, so the proper name should be rarities and b-sides by Sheena Easton, "but" Gold Collection, is fair for a Sheena Easton fan, but if you want a Greatest Hits, The World Of Sheena Easton The Singles Collection would do you good, as for /5(8).
  6. Voshakar says:
    Apr 27,  · Over here, it was released as the upbeat, perky “Morning Train”, as weeks before it was released, Dolly Parton scored a #1 hit with an entirely different song called “9 to 5.” Whatever you want, the song about the doting housewife waiting for her hubby to come home from work after taking the morning train“so we can play all night.
  7. Kanris says:
    Sheena Easton aka The Underrated 80's Pop-Dance Queen and became the only artist so far to have a top 5 hit on 5 different Billboard charts consecutively. Sheena Shirley Orr was born on April.

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