Songs of the SAINT ETIENNE

Mr. Donut – Saint Etienne

Posted on by sensei

Checked-in at the airport half an hour late Jackie caused a scene when we reached the gate Sorry Mr. Pilot but you’ll have to wait Cause Paul’s still in

Spring – Saint Etienne

Posted on by sensei

there’s no need to despair. Forget about yesterday and the bad times that you’ve had. You’ve loved and lost, and now you’re feeling so blue, but can’t you see

Marble Lions – Saint Etienne

Posted on by sensei

setting sail ‘cross darkened dawn. / Everybody wants / something, / and I want it all. / Stars are calling, / goodnight, darling. / Don’t say good-bye. / Stars

You’re In A Bad Way – Saint Etienne

Posted on by sensei

Of course London’s a big place. It’s a very big place, Mr Shadrack. A man could lose himself in London. Lose himself. Lose himself. Lose himself in London! Toast

Hobart Paving – Saint Etienne

Posted on by sensei

Do you think a girl should go to bed with a feller, if she doesn’t love him? No. Unless it’s me. I heard she drove the silvery sports-car

London Belongs To Me – Saint Etienne

Posted on by sensei

Walked down Park Way, and settled down in the shade of a willow tree, someone hovering over me Close my eyes, breathe out slowly. Today the sunshine (sunshine) loves

He’s On The Phone – Saint Etienne

Posted on by sensei

shoes in hand, / don’t make a sound, / it’s time to go. (Ooh-ooh) / Someday (someday), someday. / He’s on the phone, / doesn’t want to go home.

No Rainbows For Me – Saint Etienne

Posted on by sensei

afraid of what / your answer would be. / But there’s no other way, / so here I stay, / you know, I believe in your lies / so

Nothing Can Stop Us – Saint Etienne

Posted on by sensei

“;Thankyou, every – come on, give her a proper Liverpool hand, you can do better than that! And now ladies and gentlemen, what you’ve been waiting for:”; I’ve

Who Do You Think You Are? – Saint Etienne

Posted on by sensei

Who am I? / I’m just a girl / who only wants / to try / to do what’s right; / I’ll never make / you cry, / but

Afraid To Go Home – Saint Etienne

Posted on by sensei

Hearing tunes in other rooms They stay, they stay like morning rays Summer in sound tumbling down The sun around my face Leaves are green like tambourines A walk,

Join Our Club – Saint Etienne

Posted on by sensei

(bup bup ba-da bup bup ba-da-da) / Join our club! / (bup bup ba-da bup bup ba-da-da) / Don’t / you / worry `bout a thing. / Teen spirit

Hug My Soul – Saint Etienne

Posted on by sensei

Ooh, / what are you thinking of? / Boy, / what are you dreaming of? / (Anyway,) / I run around the streets to find you, / shout your

Girl VII – Saint Etienne

Posted on by sensei

Sorry about the question marks everywhere! I’ll run to you now from somewhere you won’t find me. A different place, a different time. Together that summer we raised some

Calico – Saint Etienne

Posted on by sensei

Dreamin’ / that you are in my world, / wishin’ / like a little girl. / Watchin’, / closely, / you suddenly appear. / Like a dream, / you’re

I Buy American Records – Saint Etienne

Posted on by sensei

She’s an auburn-haired girl / from a town of Spanish sand, / and she wades through Junior High / with a radio in her hand, / and she never

Conchita Martinez – Saint Etienne

Posted on by sensei

Conchita, I know, / I know it should have been. / Conchita, I know, / I know it should have been. / Conchita, I know, / I know it