|Whenever God Shines His Light|
|Produced by Van Morrison|
|Released on November 1989|
|UK CHART POSITION #20|
|Find it at GEMM|
|887 787-7D wo. picture sleeve
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O r the story of how C Moon saved the world (again). This duet with Cliff Richard gave Van Morrison his biggest hit in years and years and years and... well, you get the point. Never mind that I could generate more electricity rubbing a pair of freshly dried socks together (or that, should Cliff Richard decide to record a duet with one of the socks after I was done rubbing them, it would probably make the UK Top 40). Which brings me to today’s musical question: I wonder if God ever gets tired of being namechecked in so many lame songs? If it were me (and luckily for all of us it’s not), I’d be playing “Enter Sandman” and saying to people: “You know that line ‘Pray the lord your soul to take,’ you know who that’s about? That’s about me.” And if anyone asked me if the lord in that song was the same lord in “Kumbaya” I’d probably say “No, I think that’s about one of those Babylonian gods I had iced.”
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|REGION||RELEASE DATE||LABEL||MEDIA||ID NUMBER||FEATURES|
|UK||November 1989||Polydor||7"/12/CDS||VANS2/VANX2/VANCD2||picture sleeve|
|CAN||1989||Polydor||7PRO||887 787-7D||feat. A on both sides|
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