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Spacemen 3 — Just to See You Smile
Album: Recurring
Avg rating:
5.9

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Total ratings: 118









Released: 1991
Length: 3:13
Plays (last 30 days): 0
Just to see you smile
Just to see you smile
Again

Honey, oh, I'd like to walk you home, babe
Walk you home, babe
I'd like to walk you home
Don't ever change, babe
Don't ever change
Just to see you smile
Just to see you smile
Again

I'll love you 'till the end of time
'Till the end of time
I'll always love you
Just to see you smile
Just to see you smile
Again

Honey, oh you know I love you, babe
You know I love you babe
You know I love you
You know I do, babe
You know I do
Oh, just to see you smile
Just to see you smile
Again

Honey, don't ever change babe
Just to see you smile
Just to see you smile
Again
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RiverCityRansom wrote:
Tim McGraw eats cheesy ass
Charming. I wouldn't mind a turn at being Mr. McGraw. You know his wife Faith, of course. Is this because his Dad pitched for the Mets? This song? Pretty smart.


reminds me of the background noise at a las vegas casino.
Definitely not the best Spacemen 3 song but checkout some of their earlier albums - especially their live album called Performance.
boring
Is Doctor Spaceman in the house? Dr. Leo Spaceman (last name pronounced "Spi-CHEM-in," except by Tracy, who pronounces it phonetically) is Tracy Jordan's incompetent and unethical doctor who treats him with wildly experimental methods. In "The Rural Juror," it is revealed that Spaceman got his medical degree from the Ho Chi Minh City School of Medicine. During a phone call with Liz, Dr. Spaceman begins hitting on her and offers her drugs. Jack thinks that Dr. Spaceman is a fine doctor and also mentions that Spaceman is a "pretty good" dentist. Jack apparently uses Spaceman when he needs a doctor to endorse a product, he can be seen in a commercial for "Tracy Jordan's Meat Machine" claiming that his research on the effects of bread "eating away out your brain" cannot be completed because "the powerful bread lobby" keeps stopping his research. He has always believed that humans need more animal blood; it keeps the spine straight. He has stabbed at least one dog, although not necessarily to death. Wiki
parrothead wrote:
I think it's more like an optometrist color blind exam test...
Sure will give your rods and cones a workout!
Agent510 wrote:
Just listening to this while looking at that album cover...it's like LSD in music form.
I think it's more like an optometrist color blind exam test...
Just listening to this while looking at that album cover...it's like LSD in music form.
Dylan76 wrote:
Somehow reminded me of the beginning of the Stones Moonlight Mile with the strings.
Good call! I hear it too
dharmanavy wrote:
:meditate:
Somehow reminded me of the beginning of the Stones Moonlight Mile with the strings.
sounds like someone wrote this in hopes of it being picked up for a juice commercial someday
:meditate:
Lovely.
:cool:
nataliak wrote:
fairly boring, I thought... kind of hypnotic?
Are you asking a question?
fairly boring, I thought... kind of hypnotic?
RiverCityRansom wrote:
Tim McGraw eats cheesy ass
Perhaps the same may be said of individuals who give this song a "1."
MMM...Sushi Bar Background music.
stinkycheese wrote:
I was really hoping this would be a Tim McGraw cover. As I'm sure everyone was.
Tim McGraw eats cheesy ass
Cover art, since Amazon has no image: Love the "ethereal drone" of this track. Spacemen 3 finally, officially split into several other outfits after this album. edit (4/9/07) : Cover art up!
I was really hoping this would be a Tim McGraw cover. As I'm sure everyone was.