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Words - Sharon ONeill - Words

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  1. Arashigal says:
    About. Sharon O'Neill, a pop artist from Nelson. Biography BRIEF HISTORY: Sharon was born in Nelson, New Zealand and signed to CBS Records, (now SONY MUSIC) as a singer/songwriter in
  2. Dam says:
    Tracklist with lyrics of the album WORDS [] from Sharon O'Neill: Ready To Love - Awkward City - Words - Baby Don't Fight - Love Can Be Cruel - Bitter.
  3. Junos says:
    Sharon O’Neill - Words Back to top Sorry - not many of these done at all! Ready To Love Awkward City Words Baby Don't Fight Love Can Be Cruel Bitter The Heart Back to top Asian Paradise There's a strange white moon at my open window There's a heat on the breeze tonight I see the lights of the hotel burn in the trees And I feel love is burning.
  4. Daik says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Words on Discogs.5/5(2).
  5. Vusida says:
    This page lists the chart runs for songs called "Words" in order of success. This list combines cover versions and distinct songs that happen to share the same title. If, alternately, you are looking for songs which have the word "Words" somewhere in the title a better alternative would be to look up the word in the site index for w.
  6. Mazudal says:
    Lyrics to 'Words' by Sharon O'Neill. Let me out like the new blood at the slaughter / I've been dying to get out here for a long time now.
  7. Telkree says:
    The Best of Sharon O'Neill is the third compilation album from New Zealand born, Australian pop singer Sharon O'Neill. The album features 18 of O'Neill's greatest hits in chronological order. The album was released by Sony Music Australia on 4 September Genre: Pop, rock, synthpop.
  8. Vocage says:
    Sep 24,  · "Words" from the second night of Sharon's special hometown show "Home Again", at The Boathouse, Nelson, New Zealand.
  9. Douzshura says:
    Oct 16,  · Sharon O'Neill and band live @ The Brass Monkey Cronulla Fri 12 October performing "Words".
  10. Salkis says:
    CBS repackaged the "Sharon O'Neill" album to include this song and called it "Words". The single reached number 26 and also charted in Australia. Her third new album, "Maybe" came out in Sharon had put together a band to promote the album and it included her husband on guitar.

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