#16 Tribes – Corner Of An English Field


«Do you really want to be a part of it?»

Cuarto single del disco Baby, debut de Tribes, y que estuvo en varias listas de los mejores discos del año como las de la Q y la NME. Corner of an English Field fue escrita en memoria de Charles Haddon, cantante del grupo Ou Este Le Swimming Pool?, que se suicidó en el festival Pukkelpop 2010, y que era amigo de la infancia de Johnny Lloyd, cantante y compositor principal de Tribes.

Síguelos: Tribes

La lista completa hasta ahora: Top Singles 2012

Tribes – Corner of an English Field

Took a walk yesterday
To the places we would play
Until Charlie passed away
And it hasn’t been the same
On this island in the sea
That was made for you and me
Could you make yourself believe
You’re not happy
Girls in the pub make the boys feel lonely
Man in the street scream the country’s unholy
Have you noticed a change in the weather lately
It’s getting me down always saying i’m sorry
In the corner of an english field
With the devil trying to cut a deal
I’ve decided I don’t want to go home
Don’t you leave me don’t you leave me alone
The day you dyed your hair
How we watched the people stare
You said you didn’t care
And it was nothingA hundred years from now
When we’re six feet underground
Do you think there’ll be a crowd
still laughing

Girls in the pub make the boys feel lonely
Man in the street scream the country’s unholy
Have you noticed a change in the weather lately
It’s getting me down always saying i’m sorry

In the corner of an english field
With the devil trying to cut a deal
I’ve decided I don’t want to go home
Don’t you leave me don’t you leave me alone

Do you really want to be a part of it?
your eyes won’t close and your dress don’t fit.
Do you really want to be a part of it?
On the back of the bus where we first kissed
And don’t you know
It’s where we call home
It’s where we call home

In the corner of an english field
With the devil trying to cut a deal
I’ve decided I don’t want to go home
Don’t you leave me don’t you leave me alone
Don’t you leave me don’t you leave me alone

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