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Pulp — Sorted for E's & Wizz
Album: Different Class
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Released: 1995
Length: 3:33
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Oh is this the way they say the future's meant to feel?
Or just 20, 000 people standing in a field.
And I don't quite understand just what this feeling is.
But that's okay 'cause we're all sorted out for E's and wizz.
And tell me when the spaceship lands 'cause all this has just got to mean something.

In the middle of the night,
It feels alright,
But then tomorrow morning.
Oh then you come down.

Oh yeah the pirate radio told us what was going down.
Got the tickets from some fucked up bloke in Camden Town.
Oh and no-one seems to know exactly where it is.
But that's okay 'cause we're all sorted out for E's and wizz.
At 4 o'clock the normal world seems very, very, very far away.
Alright.

In the middle of the night,
It feels alright,
But then tomorrow morning.
Oh then you come down.

Just keep on moving...
Everybody asks your name,
They say we're all the same and it's "nice one, "
"geezer"
But that's as far as the conversation went.
I lost my friends, I dance alone,
It's six o'clock, I want to go home.
But it's "no way, " "not today, "
Makes you wonder what it meant.
And this hollow feeling grows and grows and grows and grows,
And you want to phone your mother and say,
"Mother, I can never come home again,
'cause I seem to have left an important part of my brain somewhere,
Somewhere in a field in Hampshire."
Alright.

In the middle of the night,
It feels alright,
But then tomorrow morning.
Oh then you come down.

What if you never come down
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 eerovond wrote:
JC has such a wonderfully nasty sense of humor.
 
I recall he had a real problem with Jacko.  Watching Jarvis running across the top of the scenery hotly pursued by security was hilarious.  Well done, Jarv.  Somebody had to do something, but everyone seemed too scared to stand up to Jackson...
 Indeed Bowie loved Pulp. 

rainfairy wrote:
I hear a touch of Bowie in there. This is the first time I've heard Pulp, and I'm enjoying it! The title along with palexis' explanation of the rave connection helped put it all in perspective. Especially when I heard this line:
"I seem to have left an important part of my brain somewhere, somewhere in a field in Hampshire"

Although I was never a raver or into the whole drug-culture scene, I am pretty stoned by nature, so this works for me.

Nice one.

 


I can't help dance and sing along. More Pulp!
Shades of The Kinks and Tubes.
As if!
Music is in the ear of the ear-holder- thats what I think about this song!
Shades of Bowie... I like!
JC has such a wonderfully nasty sense of humor.
MrDill wrote:
How can you remember :good-vibes:
with difficulty :roflol:
EssexTex wrote:
The words are so spot on...
How can you remember :good-vibes:
The words are so spot on...
Angloray wrote:
Ah Pulp. No band is more fun to listen to in the car and sing along to and appreciate clever lyrics than Pulp. :music:
I can't believe that's all I said. This is actually one of my favorite songs of ALL TIME. Nice one, geezer. "I seem to have left an important part of my brain somewhere in a field in Hampshire" just about sums it up for me.
First time I've evah heard Pulp on RP! Love it! :clap:
cocker is one of the best lyricists ever in my opinion. Pulp is so great!
oh, i love me some jarvis cocker. pulp is fantastic.
A great English group, all of this CD is class music, and some erotic :hug: lyrics!
rainfairy wrote:
I hear a touch of Bowie in there. This is the first time I've heard Pulp, and I'm enjoying it! The title along with palexis' explanation of the rave connection helped put it all in perspective. Especially when I heard this line: "I seem to have left an important part of my brain somewhere, somewhere in a field in Hampshire" :bounce: :daisy: :propeller: Although I was never a raver or into the whole drug-culture scene, I am pretty stoned by nature, so this works for me. Nice one.
My thoughts about Bowie as well! Oh, but I was a party man. Hey, if doesn't kill you, it can only make you stronger! The trick is knowing when enough is enough. :drunk:
I hear a touch of Bowie in there. This is the first time I've heard Pulp, and I'm enjoying it! The title along with palexis' explanation of the rave connection helped put it all in perspective. Especially when I heard this line: "I seem to have left an important part of my brain somewhere, somewhere in a field in Hampshire" :bounce: :daisy.gif: :propeller.gif: Although I was never a raver or into the whole drug-culture scene, I am pretty stoned by nature, so this works for me. Nice one.
More Pulp, please!
Ah Pulp. No band is more fun to listen to in the car and sing along to and appreciate clever lyrics than Pulp. :music:
do you mean the late 90s? jarvis cocker was a great performer, but the bad missed their keyboardist his&hers, do you think. palexis wrote:
Very evocative song for me, who spent some of my formative years in the UK in the late eighties. Maybe some of imagery is lost on those who did not live through the rave-parties-in-the-fields era.
8)
Very evocative song for me, who spent some of my formative years in the UK in the late eighties. Maybe some of imagery is lost on those who did not live through the rave-parties-in-the-fields era.
for some reason, i always thought i liked this band... must've been thinking of somone else. :-k