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Revision as of 11:29, 15 April 2021

MORRISSEY Song
Name Drive-In Saturday
Album/Single All You Need Is Me
Length 5:05
Recorded
Writer David Bowie
Producer

Lyrics

Let me put my arms around your head Gee, it's hot, let's go to bed Don't forget to turn on the light Don't laugh babe, it'll be alright Pour me out another phone I'll ring and see if your friends are home Perhaps the strange ones in the dome Can lend us a book we can read up alone

And try to get it on like once before When people stared in Jagger's eyes and scored Like the video films we saw

[CHORUS] His name was always Buddy And he'd shrug and ask to stay She'd sigh like Twig the Wonder Kid And turn her face away She's uncertain if she likes him But she knows she really loves him It's a crash course for the ravers It's a Drive-in Saturday

Jung the foreman prayed at work That neither hands nor limbs would burst It's hard enough to keep formation amid this fall out saturation

Cursing at the Astronette 8 Who stands in steel by his cabinet He's crashing out with Sylvian The Bureau Supply for ageing men

With snorting head he gazes to the shore Which once had raised a sea that raged no more Like the video films we saw

[CHORUS] It's a Drive-in Saturday [repeat]


Live History

Play count (Morrissey concert): 7

Morrissey live history:


Appears On





Wikipedia Information

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"Drive-In Saturday" is a song by English singer-songwriter David Bowie from his 1973 album Aladdin Sane. It was released as a single a week before the album and, like its predecessor "The Jean Genie", became a Top 3 UK hit.

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