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|"Ride the Night Away"|
|Single by Jimmy Barnes|
|from the album For the Working Class Man|
|Songwriter(s)||Steven Van Zandt, Steve Jordan|
|Jimmy Barnes singles chronology|
"Ride the Night Away" is a song by Australian rock musician, Jimmy Barnes and released in February 1986 as the third and final single from Barnes' second studio album, For the Working Class Man . The song peaked at number 39 on the Australian Kent Music Report.
A music video was produced to promote the single.
7" Single (K 9931)
|Australia (Kent Music Report)||39|
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