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King Of Pain (Live) - Sting - All This Time (CD)

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  1. Aug 27,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Sting - King Of Pain (Tokyo Dome - ) YouTube Sting-King of pain (live in Passariano-Villa Manin ) - Duration: saga55 , views.
  2. About King of Pain "King of Pain" is a song by English rock band The Police, released as the final single from their fifth and final studio album Synchronicity (). Written by the band's lead singer and bassist Sting as a post-separation song from his wife, "King of Pain" conjures up symbols of pain and relates them to a man's soul.
  3. Official Sting King of Pain lyrics at CD Universe. There's a little black spot on the sun today It's the same old thing as yesterday There's a black hat caught in a high tree top There's a flag-pole (Live) Lyrics 6 King Of Pain (Live) 7 So Lonely (Live) King of Pain Sting Fields Of Gold Lyrics, If I Ever Lose My Faith In You Lyrics, All.
  4. "All This Time" is a song by Sting. It was released as the first single from his album, The Soul Cages, in January The song was a chart success, especially in North America, reaching No. 5 on the US Billboard Hot and topping the Billboard Album Rock Tracks chart, the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart, and the Canadian RPM Top Singles chart.
  5. Watch the video for King of Pain (Live) from Sting's My Songs (Live) for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  6. 'Tea In The Sahara' appears on the Police album, 'Synchronicity' and a live Police version appears as the B-side to this single. Based on a Paul Bowles story ('The Sheltering Sky'), the track was a popular inclusion in the Police's live set, and one of Sting's favourite songs although he is said to have thought The Police played it too fast.
  7. Oct 04,  · Evidence of that can be found on My Songs: Live, out Nov. 8 and available for pre-order now -- most particularly in the livelier, polyrhythmic-flavored first verse of "King of Pain," which flows.
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Digipack CD release of All This Time on Discogs.
  9. All This Time CDRom, '95 "Most people who listened to the new album said they didn't like it the first time, but it grew on them. It's much more layered than my stuff used to be. I think my intention is to implicate the listener, rather than impress him immediately.

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