A: Fox-Trot B: Fox-Trot with vocal chorus. Bryan's Dance Band Mike Speciale & His Orchestra. Matrix, Runout (Side A): N106428. Matrix, Runout (Side B): N106255.
Going to put the the world away for a minute Pretend I don't live in it Sunshine going to wash my blues away Had sweet love but I lost it She got too close so I fought her Now I'm lost in the world trying to find me a better way. Wishing I was knee deep in the water somewhere Got the blue sky breeze and it don't seem fair Only worry in the world is the tide going to reach my chair Sunrise, there's a fire in the sky Never been so happy Never felt so high And I think I might have found me my own kind of paradise
Knee Deep in the water somewhere got the blue sky, breeze and it don't seem fair the only worry in the world is the tide gonna reach my chair. Sunrise, there's a fire in the sky never been so happy never felt so high and I think I might have found me my own kind of paradise. Wrote a note, said "Be back in a minute" Bought a boat and I sailed off in it Don't think anybodies gonna miss me anyway. Mind on a permanent vacation The ocean is my only medication Wishin' my condition aint ever gonna go away
Download I'm Knee Deep In Daisies song on Gaana. com and listen offline. I'm Knee Deep In Daisies. Released by Renovation Records Aug 2004.
The Savoy Havanna Band.
I'm Knee Deep In Daisies - songs from 1926-1943. 259. I'm Going To Follow The Rainbow - songs from 1927-1945. 258. There's Happiness Ahead - songs from 1929-1943. If you enjoy these 'radio' shows then you may like to check out the superb series of Dance Band CDs issued by Vocalion (Dutton Labs) and Mellotone, where the sound has been excellently restored by removing all the 'noise' from the record grooves. Here's a selection: Mellotone Records.
I'm Knee Deep in Loving You" is a song written by Sonny Throckmorton. It was first recorded by Jim Mundy, whose version reached No. 86 on the Hot Country Songs charts in 1976. It was later recorded by American country music group Dave & Sugar. It was released in October 1977 as the second single from the album That's the Way Love Should Be. Their version of the song reached number 2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
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