Песня «Half Drunk Under a Full Moon»
исполнителя The Fratellis.
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I’ve been chasing diamonds, I’ve been chasing pearls I’ve been keeping company with cinnamon girls I swoon, do you see my head shake Stay tuned and I’ll entertain Hey hot stuff make mine a lemonade How long does a lifetime take And they all got down to the Cinderella quick step In living color, cheekbones like Johnny Depp When the whip came down it was no joke Came too soon, half drunk under a full moon Well I lost my sense of humor when my lips turned blue Now I know the right move is just whatever gets you through I swooned from the minute that I woke Stay tuned cause it just might rain Hey hot stuff make mine a cherry Coke Your logic’s driving me insane And they all got down to the Cinderella quick step In living color, cheekbones like Johnny Depp When the whip came down it was no joke Came too soon, half drunk under a full moon And then the music stopped playing And the lights came on There was no sign of Cinderella Cinderella was gone She left every heart broken Every good man cried Each and every one had that look upon their face like the ’60s just died And someone said I can hear the music I can hear the music I can hear the music Tell me if you hear the music say yes If you hear the music say yes If you hear the music say yes If you hear the music say yes If you hear the music say yes Say yes, say yes, say yes, say yes Say yes yes yes yes Yes yes yes yes Yes yes yes yes Yes yes yes yes yes And they all got down to the Cinderella quick step In living color, cheekbones like Johnny Depp When the whip came down it was no joke Came too soon, half drunk under a full moon They all got down to the Cinderella quick step In living color, cheekbones like Johnny Depp When the whip came down it was no joke Came too soon, half drunk under a full moon Yeah

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  • Hello stranger, it’s been oh so long Since we rode our luck where we once belonged I think of you sometimes when the air is clear I wonder are you near? Sometimes the end is sweet Though when it comes to you, my poor heartbeat Gets out of sync and time plays tricks Old visions of you are where this boy sticks I see you in these books I read Are you still being born at breakneck speed? Sometimes there’s no confession On this earth that will not leave you bound Listen to the streetcars breathing The night is young and life is calling I’ll see you when the dream gets moving Lift your eyes, the world is watching And after all, we both know how this ends We both know we must give back what we spend Hello stranger did you ever find All those priceless jewels that you kept entwined? I sometimes hear your name when the day gets slow I wonder did you know I left your house praying While those words I spoke hung upside down? Listen to the streetcars breathing The night is young and life is calling I’ll see you when the dream gets moving Lift your eyes the world is watching And after all we both know how this ends We both know we just give back what we spend Listen to the streetcars breathing The night is young and live is calling I’ll see you when the dream gets moving Lift your eyes the world is watching So lose those sad eyes and be on your way Keep your friends close and your love on display And after all, we both know how this ends We both know we must give back what we spend Let it out turn around slip away Maybe we’ll meet again some day Let it out turn around slip away Maybe we’ll meet again some day Let it out turn around slip away Maybe we’ll meet again some day Let it out turn around slip away Maybe we’ll meet again some day
  • Mistress Mabel seriously wrong Clears my table badly then she’s gone Takes a liberty if you let her Yes she’s bold but she should know better Oh dear Mabel please don’t put me on Mistress Mabel all the kids agree You’re unstable curious and free Wind them down and then keep them kickin Sunken eyed and all panic stricken Oh dear mabel it still worries me Hem line rat bag so they told her Last nights name tag across her shoulder And tell me where all the days have gone When you robbed my cradle tell me Mabel Where’d you go when you can’t go on With this filthy fable tell me Mabel Mistress Mabel won’t you marry me? I’m unable to take it seriously I’ll be good and you’ll be a minute I wish you would or I’ll drop you in it Oh dear Mabel won’t you marry me? Hem line rat bag so they told her Last nights name tag across her shoulder, And tell me where all the days have gone When you robbed my cradle tell me Mabel Where’d you go when you can’t go on With this filthy fable tell me Mabel Tell me Mabel tell me Mabel
  • [Verse 1] Well, once I was persuaded to open up my head I told them how it was and went and got it wrong instead I said, would you believe me if you only knew I'd been stealing everything, this conversation's through [Pre-Chorus] And the boy cried, hang him at three I saw him on the front page, laughing at me He worked in a fairground in a tall hat He's a liar, he's a liar, a good one at that [Chorus] Say what you wanna, say what you will Write your number on my telephone bill Walk like a monkey, kick like a mule I could be a beggar, but I'd rather be just as cruel [Verse 2] So I told them all I could about what could they expect But I lost my sense of smell and I gained my self-respect They told me I was curious, I told them they were slow And they asked me where I get this stuff, I told them I don't know [Pre-Chorus] And the boy cried whopie-deedee There's a women with a mustache who won't let me be Though she was born on a Monday, she's a hundred and four She's a liar, she's a liar, a little bit more [Chorus] Say what you wanna, say what you will Writes her number on my telephone bill Walk like a monkey, kick like a mule I could be a beggar, but I'd rather be just as cruel [Guitar solo]
  • Oh I miss the womb Put me back and make it soon Where’s my bliss, what’s this sound Have you seen my solid ground All is nothing being everything Tell me why, tell me when Naked soup, tasteless bread Can I have your life instead I’m the singer, I’m the song Give it up, give it up Do me right and do me wrong Give it up, give it up Won’t you take me home please Make me feel something real Sing me from your window Let me be your side show Let me be the one to say I told you so I told you so Oh I spoke too soon All these answers make me swoon Where’s my fire, what’s this noise Is this even my own voice All is nothing though I don’t know why Please don’t let this pass me by Where’s my bliss, what’s this sound Have you seen my solid ground I’m the singer, I’m the song Give it up, give it up Do me right and do me wrong Give it up, give it up Won’t you take me home please Make me feel something real Sing me from your window Let me be your side show Let me be the one to say I told you so I told you so Baby you’re a bad man Everybody knows Better take what you can steal Before that hurricane blows You were there when Adam fell from bliss And no one knew your name Better leave now from the way you came Kneel down Make no sound Here comes your last time around Take that smile from off your lips Where you going time just slips
  • Well I never thought of myself as a subtle kind of man I dreamed I was alive one time before the world began And every time I walk the street my troubles drag my heels I could not pretend that I wasn’t lost in how it feels I’m gonna be your Elvis I’m gonna be your Steve McQueen I was dead long before I was born, my mother did proclaim Send him back to Jesus, tell him I was not to blame Well well well tell me how can I refuse When every angel left in heaven bet that I would lose The sound of frozen bells and horns was all that I could hear And every word that I ignored was ringing in my ear I could not pretend that I was even half amused When all they ever told me left me shaken and confused I’m gonna be your Elvis I’m gonna be your Steve McQueen I’m gonna be the man you could not dream Well I shaked out right on down the road til no one knew my name The future came and went so fast I almost bet the same I slept a guilty sleep for seven years I was a ghost Of everyone I ever loved I loved myself the most When everyone was breaking up I was breaking down I kept myself amused in high heeled shoes and sequin gowns Those voices on the radio, they all just made me numb So I covered up my ears with bandages and bubble gum And I boarded up the windows and I denied that I was me I sold my brains for science and my soul for security Now I’m a walking shadow of the fool I used to be I heard they held my funeral and there was no one there but me I’m gonna be your Elvis I’m gonna be your Steve McQueen I’m gonna be your terrorist I’m gonna be your Steve McQueen I’m gonna be the man you could not dream The man you could not dream The man you could not dream The man you could not dream The man you could not dream