’80s Divas: The Sheena Easton Edition

She took the morning train goin‘ anywhere … and went to No. 1.

Sheena Easton’s “Private Heaven” (Photo: EMI)

Mysteries abound when it comes to ’80s music (like what did Prince really have against “to,” “for” and “you”?), and some of the biggest head-scratchers involve the largely forgotten Scottish beauty who took the “Morning Train” to global superstardom in 1981.

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