Walking In The Sunshine

Album: Another Country (2015)

Songfacts®:

  • Rod Stewart (from Uncut magazine): "It's really an escapist song. I always wanted to travel. I remember when I was doing these horrible jobs in London before I got into music, and I'd see people go off on holiday and leaving in aeroplanes. I thought, 'Why can't I go?'"

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