Who Sang Sunshine? The O’Jays

The O’Jays Back Stabbers cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1972
Genre: Funk / Soul
Style: Soul/Funk/Disco
length: 3:44
producer: Bunny Sigler, Leon Huff and Kenneth Gamble
Some other versions of "Sunshine"

You're the sweetest thing I know
You dim the rainbow's glow
There's no power on this Earth
To seperate us, baby

'Cause you are my sunshine
You are mine, all mine

When it rains on my parade
You were there to light the way
You're rare as a rose in winter
You're more, more than I deserve

You are my sunshine
You brighten up my darkest day
You are mine, all mine
Baby, it's you

Words like darling
Sweetheart, forever
Girl, it's you I'll always adore
They only say I love you
But you mean so much more

'Cause you are my sunshine
You're my sunshine, sunshine
Baby, baby, you are mine
You're mine, all mine

Hey, you
You're my sunshine
Sunshine, sunshine

You're everything
I gotta love you sweety
Honey, baby
You are my sunshine

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 When the World's at Peace
  • 2 Back Stabbers
  • 3 Who Am I
  • 4 (They Call Me) Mr. Lucky
  • 5 Time to Get Down
  • 6 992 Arguments
  • 7 Listen to the Clock on the Wall
  • 8 Shiftless, Shady, Jealous Kind of People
  • 9 Sunshine
  • 10 Love Train

  • Release information
    label: Philadelphia International Records
    country(area): United States
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin