Title: Some People (Have All The Fun)
Style: Pop Rock
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FLAC size: 1338 mb | MP3 size: 1550 mb | WMA size: 1780 mb
History is a greatest hits album from Australian recording artist, Jon English. Jon English had been working to release his greatest hits on vinyl, titled History. Robert Rigby of FanFare said "His first foray into the current vinyl resurgence, something he was incredibly excited about". English died on 9 March 2016, before the album was complete.
What else could she want from me-ee Oh, oh, oh mumma tell me why Some people have all the fun Some people have all the fun Some guys dance and some girls ru-un Some people have all the fun So I borrowed Uncle Rocky's yacht to take her sailin' out on the sea She. said you know me, honey, I'd love to come But can I bring my boyfriend with me, so there we all were in Bermuda Soakin' up our Hollywood tans But they kicked over my castle and they sprayed me with sand I said mumma, I don't understand why Some people go partyin', some people got mortal.
You can also sort the list of songs by year recorded (from oldest to newest, and from most recent to first recorded), by Song Rank (popularity rank of song versus all other songs) and by album name. Some People (Have All The Fun). All Jon English Songs.
I have crushed the cup of youth like a rose between my fingers but its nectar never warmed my weary heart. But thousands of people march to my songs, some just ignore me and shuffle along, some other tip me, hah, and sometimes they sing right along. You can lay down and die, or you can get up and fight, but that's it - there's no turning back.
For other people named John English, see John English (disambiguation). singer, songwriter, musician and actor. Jon English performing at Celebrate Australia! on Australia Day 2010. It's All a Game, his second solo album, was released in 1974 on Warm & Genuineand featured "Turn the Page" which peaked at N. 0 on the national singles charts in February 1975. Lovin' Arms" was released in June 1975 as the lead single from his third studio album, Hollywood Seven The album produced three singles including "Hollywood Seven". In August 1984, English and Renée Geyer released "Every Beat of My Heart" from the Street Hero soundtrack. English took on the role of Pirate King for the first time in the 1984 production of Gilbert and Sullivan's comic opera The Pirates of Penzance alongside June Bronhill and fellow actor/singer Simon Gallaher as Frederic.
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|A||Some People (Have All The Fun)
Written-By – John Dallimore , Jon English
|B||Beatin' The Boards (Revised Version)
Written-By – A.C. Payne, J.G. Dalglish, P.C. Stretch
- Manufactured By – WEA Records Pty. Limited
- Distributed By – WEA Records Pty. Limited
- Engineer – Richard Lush
- Producer – David Mackay
NotesIssued in limited edition picture sleeve or standard WEA diecut paper sleeve.
Back of picture sleeve shows with the Foster Brothers (not mentioned on label).
1983 Midnight Records Pty. Ltd.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): MX208095
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): MX208096