Wasting Time (Thirsty Merc Song)
"Wasting Time" is a song by Thirsty Merc, released as their debut single in 2003. It was featured on their debut EP, First Work. Its radio success led to release of the band's debut self-titled album, Thirsty Merc, on which the track was featured. The track's accompanying one-shot video was also a huge hit.
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... The music video uses the original version of the song ... It begins with singer Rai Thistlethwayte walking towards the camera in a house singing the song ...
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