Talkin Loud - Incognito - Positivity

you has told? Bravo, what necessary..

tracks

8 thoughts on “ Allan Taylor - Roll On The Day

  • Doukinos
    06.11.2019 at 10:07
    Permalink
    Allan Taylor Roll on the Day lyrics: As the dawn comes creeping / Roll on the day / Another night not sleepin. Reply
  • Kazir
    12.11.2019 at 00:57
    Permalink
    Produced by Geoff Heslop and Allan Taylor Engineered bt Mickey Sweeney Harmony arrangements by Bill Mitchell Photography by Cris Haigh, Barnsley Cittern and dulcimer made by Stefan Sobell Issued and distributed by Mawson and Wareham (Music) Ltd Recorded at Impulse Studios, Wallsend All songs written by Allan Taylor. 1 Looking For You 2. Reply
  • Faugis
    13.11.2019 at 17:33
    Permalink
    Jun 20,  · Lyrics of ROLL ON THE DAY by Allan Taylor: As the dawn comes creeping roll on the day, Another night not sleeping roll on the day, Roll on the morning roll /5(9). Reply
  • Dairn
    06.11.2019 at 10:08
    Permalink
    Best of roll on the day allan taylor chords at KeywordSpace (Out of Million in result | Last check 28 January )6/ Reply
  • Mikarr
    08.11.2019 at 10:16
    Permalink
    Taylor's song "Roll on the Day", developed from Allan's personal experience of visiting with an ex-coal miner and witnessing the effects on him of a lifetime of working in a coal mine. Reply
  • Fenridal
    05.11.2019 at 08:58
    Permalink
    [Intro] G C G D G [Verse] C G D G D G As the dawn comes creeping, roll on the day__ C G D G D Another night not sleeping, roll on the day G C G D G Roll on the morning, roll on the day C G D. Reply
  • Kenos
    04.11.2019 at 08:25
    Permalink
    Roll on the Day This song is by Allan Taylor and appears on the Live album Out of Time (). You must enable javascript to view this page. This is a requirement . Reply
  • Grokus
    12.11.2019 at 07:55
    Permalink
    The phrase 'Roll on the day' kept coming back to me, and over the course of only a couple of hours the song was written. I've performed this song regularly all over Europe, but the most poignant and powerful renditions, in terms of audience involvement have been in . Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

 Contact Us
DMCA