FCS Daily Music Video – ‘Jeans On’ David Dundas (1976)



David Dundas (born 2 June 1945) is an English musician and actor, best known for his chart success in the pop genre during the 1970s as well as his later career in film and television scores.

Keith Urban follows with a great version

Lyrics at end


When I wake up in the mornin’ light
I pull on my jeans and I feel all right
I pull my blue jeans on, I pull my old blue jeans on
I pull my blue jeans on, I pull my old blue jeans on

It’s the weekend, and I know that you’re free
So pull on your jeans and come on out with me
Oh ’cause I need to have you near me,
I need to feel you close to me
I need to have you near me, I need to feel you close to me

You and me, we’ll go motorbike ridin’ in the sun
And the wind and the rain
I got money in my pocket, I got a tiger in my tank
And I’m king of the road again

I’ll meet ya in the usual place
You don’t need a thing except your pretty face, alright
I pull my blue jeans on, I pull my old blue jeans on
I pull my blue jeans on, I pull my old blue jeans on
Aw, here we go mama

You and me, we’ll go motorbike ridin’ in the sun
And the wind and the rain
I got money in my pocket, I got a tiger in my tank
And I’m king of the road again

When I wake up in the mornin’ light
I pull on my jeans and I feel all right
Hey I pull my blue jeans on, I pull my old blue jeans on

I pull my blue jeans on, I pull my old blue jeans on
I pull my blue jeans on, I pull my old blue jeans on
I pull my blue jeans on, I pull my old blue jeans on


Don Matthews
January 2021



Published by donmatthewspoetry

I just like playing round with words. And having fun

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