10,000 Nights of Thunder

Album: Alphabeat (2008)
Charted: 16
  • This is probably the only song to reference both a classic 19th century novel (Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights) and a pop song by a 1980s one hit wonder ("Safety Dance" by Men Without Hats).
  • This was Alphabeat's first song to go to #1 in their native Denmark.
  • In the UK the song's title was shortened to "10,000 Nights."

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