Winston Tucker (born 1946), better known as Winston Groovy, is a Jamaican reggae singer best known for his recordings between the late 1960s and 1980s. Tucker was born in the Waltham Park Road area of Kingston, Jamaica in 1946. His first recording session was for producer and sound system operator King Edwards, which resulted in "She's Mine"; It was never released but was played exclusively on Edwards' sound system. Tucker relocated to Birmingham, England in 1961 to join his father
Album Life Turns Electric. Living In A Dream Lyrics. I was never the kind To be taking my time Any place that's worth a damn And today's another day That I've gone and thrown away And I don't care where it lands.
Living In A Dream is a English album released on Jul 1996. Living In A Dream Album has 11 songs sung by One More Time. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Living In A Dream songs on Gaana. English Hindi Telugu Punjabi Tamil Kannada Bhojpuri Malayalam Marathi Bengali Haryanvi.
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album: "Echoes" (2016). Bulletproof Echoes Careful What You Wish For Paranoid Mad World Awakening Living In A Dream Is So Easy Buried Mercury In Retrograde Paradise Afterglow. Living In A Dream Is So Easy" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.
Winston is a man of the future. Unfortunately, the future isn't all that great. Rather than possessing bionic arms and super-senses, Winston is frail and thin. He wears blue overalls and eats gross-sounding synthetic foods like black bread, bitter chocolate, and fake saccharine. We're not sure if we should be impressed or concerned that all three of these foods exist today. Winston is an Outer Party member, which is basically this story's version of a middle class. He spends much of his time jotting down what he learns about the real past and musing on his rebellious tendencies in a secret journal he keeps in an alcove in his room that escapes the watchful surveillance of the telescreen. He also enjoys strolling in the prole district, looking for connections to the past, Piña Coladas, and getting caught in the rain.