#49 The Fratellis – Mistress Mabel


“You’re unstable, curious and free”

Muy pronto regresaron The Fratellis.  Después de darle con todo a los charts durante 2006 y parte del 2007 y recolectar premios a diestra y siniestra, The Fratellis se metieron pronto al estudio a grabar su segundo disco, y este fue el primer single resultado de esas grabaciones.  Bastante prometedor y bueno, lástima que el disco no siguió la tónica.

Descarga: The Fratellis – Mistress Mabel

Extras: Ella’s In The Band (B-Side)

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La lista completa hasta ahora: Top Singles 2008

The Fratellis – Mistress Mabel

Mistress Mabel, you’re seriously wrong,
Clears my table, bang and then she is gone,
Takes a liberty if you let her,
Yes she’s old 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,
Wine em down, and then keep em kickin’
sunken eyed and all panic stricken’
Oh Dear Mabel it still worries me.

Well and like rat bag, so they told her,
Last nights name tag, across her shoulder.

Tell me where all the days have gone, When you rocked my cradle
Tell me Mabel.
Where’d you go when you cant go on with this willful 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 wont you marry me?

And like rat bag, so they told her,
Last nights name tag, across her shoulder.

Tell me where all the days have gone, When you rocked my cradle,
Tell me Mabel.
Where’d you go when you cant go on with this wealthy fable,
Tell me Mabel.
Tell me Mabel.

Tell me where all the days have gone, When you rocked my cradle,
Tell me Mabel
Where’d you go when you cant go on with this wealthy fable,
Tell me Mabel

Tell me where all the days have gone, When you rocked my cradle,
Tell me Mabel
Where’d you go when you cant go on with this filthy fable,
Tell me Mabel
Tell me Mabel

3 comentarios en “#49 The Fratellis – Mistress Mabel”

  1. Comparada con “Whistle for the choir” y “Chelsea Dagger” esta canción es demasiado “equis”… Esperaba más.. están donde merecen.. jaja!

    *Cheers*

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