Come back to me, return. I was told to go easy and this one did But still this golden creature raised its fury Head sparkles Return Baby baby baby come back to me Return Is that a hair extension?
It's soaked in hair lotion How can you smell your own head? Return Baby baby baby come back to me I'll change the latch on the door I'll get locks all over I ran on up ahead Sparkle and pander her.
Come to me Come unto me All ye that labor You that are heavy laden Cos everything hurts And everything hurts I've been pursuing the fuel too long Got a big fat pain in my chest bone Got an on-empty pocketbook Got a big fat no no in my chequebook And everything hurts And everything hurts I got the disease tinnitus I'm speakin' like I've got Tourrette's And everything hurts X3 I'm born X 2 I'm dressed like a road beacon On my way to Valhalla breakfast And everything hurts Can't you see the bitches by my side Followin' me through all my life And everything hurts I was born X 3 Come to me all ye that labor and are heavy laden My head dip dip dip dipping, man All my limbs are disconnected And everything hurts X3 I've been pursuing the fuel too long Got a big fat pain in my chest bone And everything hurts X2 Everything hurts [ Pensioner's waiting for leap year to come and the young singer's waiting to sing and there's a gardener outside a big estate waiting for the grass to turn green The drunk is waiting for an easy mark the hitchhiker is waiting for a ride and the prisoner's waiting for a prison break and the surfer is waiting for the tide Ah just waiting You know everything comes to a standstill nothing seems to make a turn cause the worm's still waitin' for the early bird and the early bird's waitin' for the worm And nobody wants to do nothing just waiting for a finger in the pie and waitin' for a call from a TV show or waitin' for an uncle to die Everybody's waitin' for something and nothing ever turns out right because the night shift is waiting for the morning and the burglar is waiting for the night.
The selfish smiling fool and the sullen frowning fool shall both be thought wise Think. Nearly every phase of the band, however, has produced at least some interesting material, and they're all worth talking about.
The Fall's three-album engagement with the Fontana label is one of the least-examined periods in the band's history, partly because the albums themselves have been sporadically available, and partly because the period marked a change in the band's music that many fans initially recoiled from.
All three albums, 's Extricate , 's Shift-Work , and 's Code: Selfish , have finally received the reissue treatment, complete with obligatory bonus discs-- more on those later-- and remastering.
Extricate was actually the first Fall album I heard, on the radio of my old truck during high school, when a friend bought it on cassette from a department store cut-out bin as we drove home after seeing local bands at an Elks Club lodge. I can't even remember what I thought at the time, but it wasn't until college that I approached the band on my own, taking the more common route through This Nation's Saving Grace and the A-Sides compilation.
Coming back to this period through the lens of what went before and what came after, the music sounds different from archetypical Fall, but not so different that a genuine fan wouldn't find a lot to like.
These albums still feature bassist Steve Hanley and guitarist Craig Scanlon, both holdovers from the classic era, and Simon Wolstencroft was well-ensconced behind the drums. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip.
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By Album. Notify me of new comments via email. Powered by CITE. Missing lyrics by The Fall? Know any other songs by The Fall? Don't keep it to yourself! Add it Here." 'The Birmingham School of Business School' with its less-than-cryptic tirade about a band manager from the Midlands. To clear up any remaining doubt as to which manager the song may be calling into disrepute, Mark even insisted on tacking an authentic recording of an answerphone message onto the end of the piece.".