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  Dirty Mags | 7"/CDEP | Sarah 99 | 1995

Dirty Mags (4:41)

Loony Tunes (3:19)
Toulouse (2:28)

SARAH 99: Dirty Mags

  Sleeve notes

Recorded at The Dungeon by Richard Haines, April 1995. Photography by Trisha Purchas. Thanks to Katy, Beth, Michelle, F.M. and Christy. Keith Girdler-Singing, Paul Stewart-Guitar, Gemma Townlet-Bass & Cello, Harvey Williams-Guitar, Martin Rose-Drums, with Rebecca Woodyatt-Flute. Blueboy; P.O. Box 359; Reading; Berkshire; RG30 2YX.

  Dirty Mags with help by Hailey Tytel & Damien Cashman.

white shirt wrap-around black shades chauffeur from outta town i don't need to put you down fake gold rings and tattoos where hot red and words still sore i'm working class not poor he's too scared to say the things he's feeling deep inside he calls it cockney1 pride i wanna come inside your life oh you're so mean i wanna come inside your life oh your so mean i wanna come inside your life oh you're so mean borstal2 sex never bothered you evel knievel sniffing glue it's what you wanted to do as for me i'm doing fine in the gutter with halliwell3 it's time to kiss and tell sell my story sell my soul to a dickhead from the star4 who remembers eddie shah5 i wanna come inside your life oh you're so mean i wanna come inside your life oh you're so mean i wanna come inside your life oh you're so mean.

1 cockˇney ('käk-nE) adj. often capitalized. a: a native of London and especially of the East End of London. b: the dialect of London or of the East End of London.

2 Borstal n: a British reform school for youths between 16 and 22. Very tough regimes, like a boot-camp. they were remown for violence and homosexuality was rife. [syn: {Borstal}

3 Kenneth Halliwell was the longtime lover of the flamboyant British playwright Joe Orton. He went crazy and killed Orton and himself after Orton started to ignore him. He was aparrently envious of Orton's fame and success. [see 'Prick Up Your Ears' (Wri. by Alan Bennett, Dir. by Stephen Frears, 1987)]

4 The Star is a British tabloid newspaper.

5 Eddie Shah was the founding owner of the Today tabloid newspaper (no longer running, it was launched sometime in the early 80s). Today was the first tabloid in the UK to be printed using full colour print processes.

  Loony Tunes

fourteen miles from london in a private taxi and i'm gonna get bored 'gonna get boring everybody said so he was such a nice guy but they never knew they never knew me live unlimited smiling on tv i made constant praise of my inadequacies of my inadequacy admit to this sadness sipping it like slow gin leaving home for good 'cause you said i should in your mayfair office swearing like a trooper where did my youth go where did it go to live, unlimited, smiling on tv i made constant praise of my inadequacies of my inadequacy these looney tunes will always make things better these looney tunes will always make things better always make things better for you.

  Toulouse

i don't want to change the world or anyone i just wanna be myself and have a little fun and when i flirted with you what did you think i could have kissed your greys and blamed the drink she moves me but her lovers are so beautiful and the sun is beating down on down on down on her and when you smile you paint my my whole world in we talk about boys alot but that's just filling in she moves me but her lovers are so beautiful and the sun is beating down on down on down on her i don't want to change the world anymore.

Tou-louse (too looz') city in SW France on the Garonne river. population 365,933. Tou|louse-Lau|trec (too looz'lo trek'), Hen|ri (Marie Raymond) den re de) 1864-1901; Fr. painter & lithographer.

  © 1995 Blueboy, Sarah, Shinkansen.


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