Misty Morning, Albert Bridge
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|"Misty Morning, Albert Bridge"|
|Single by The Pogues|
|from the album Peace and Love|
|The Pogues singles chronology|
"Misty Morning, Albert Bridge" is a 1989 single by the British-Irish folk rock band The Pogues. It was composed by banjo player Jem Finer and featured on the band's fourth album, Peace and Love. It was the Pogues' last single to chart in the UK Top 50 before frontman Shane MacGowan left the group in 1991, stalling just outside the top 40 at number 41. It was the only single from the album to chart. The song is about the famous Albert Bridge, London.
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