Complete your The Style Council collection. The cassette adds the remaining 2 tracks ("Me Ship Came In!" & "Council Meetin'") from the original album as bonus tracks. My Ever Changing Moods. The Whole Point Of No Return.
My Ever Changing Moods" is a song by the English band The Style Council which was their fifth single to be released. It was composed by lead singer Paul Weller, recorded at Weller's own studio Solid Bond Studios, and was released in 1984.
Bitter turns to sugar, some call a passive tune But the day things turn sweet, for me won't be too soon The hush before the silence, the winds after the blast Oh the hush before the silence, the winds after the blast I wish we'd move together, this time the bosses sued Oh but we're caught up in the wilderness. and an ever changing mood. Teardrops turn to children, who've never had the time To commit the sins they pay for through, another's evil mind .
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Lyrics to 'My Ever Changing Moods' by The Style Council. I wish to stay forever, letting this be my food Oh, but I'm caught up in a whirlwind And my ever changing moods, yeah. Bitter turns to sugar, some call a passive tune But the day things turn sweet for me won't be too soon, no The hush before the silence, the winds after the blast The hush before the silence, the winds after the blast.
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My Ever Changing Moods by The Style Council hit on the Billboard charts making Paul Weller a one-hit wonder. The American version of the record shuffled the songs, deleted a few titles while adding others and included the 12″ single version of My Every Changing Moods. This is the version that became Weller’s biggest-ever stateside hit, reaching on the Billboard Hot 100 during the long hot summer of 1984. It’s also the song that qualifies Paul Weller as a one-hit wonder, even though calling him that is ridiculous if you look at his career outside of America. But remember, Top One-Hit Wonders focuses solely on artists who hit the Billboard Top 40 once in their career.