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Yello — Desire
Album: Essential
Avg rating:
6.6

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Total ratings: 76









Released: 1993
Length: 3:34
Plays (last 30 days): 0
The sun
Blowing the moon away
Lights me up for
One more day
The streets are naked
In the morning sun
The night lifts behind me
I run and run

Morning heat
Puts a thin film of sweat on my face
A little man, his eyes half closed
Puts chairs on tables
Admires his work
And collects a quarter from the floor

I head over to Broadway
Where I watch myself
Having a slow breakfast
Trying to impress the barman with a fresh voice
When I ask for the bill

The sun
Blowing the moon away
Lights me up for
One more day
The streets are naked
In the morning sun
The night lifts behind me
I run and run

Desire
Desire for the unknown eyes
Desire for the unknown name
I'm burning in the morning sun, I want to run
Desire for the unknown name
Desire for the unknown love
I'm burning in the morning sun
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This sounds better on RP than in my CD player. Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm.............what does it mean?
With a pencil-thin moustache, you can get away with anything.
Zep wrote:
The Evening's Young.
perfect comment. police - bring on the night - should be next. uh-oh!!! here comes a serious drum solo! :) I'd give this a 6 -- it needs a little more oomph.
This version is a little different (less beat) than the original one from the album "Stella". Or maybe it`s just the typical difference that almost appear between european and american versions ...... something, I never really understand. :stupid:
You can't miss with a pencil-thin moustache.
AAhh, the band CAN could have been...Like The Beatles could have been Wings! :wink:
not good enough to be on the playlist...crikey, I can even understand Bill's affection for Ozzy's "Crazy Train" but there is no excuse for this
This thoroughly sucks
I never heard any music from Yello before I started listening to RP. Their music is kind of hard to classify and seems kind of "eclectic", but I like what I've heard so far.
Just like some peeps don't get 60's music, I totally don't get this 80's crap. All the cheesy synthesizers!
dancing in my chair :dancingbanana: :dancingbanana: :dancingbanana:
SoundsGoodToMe wrote:
For me, Yello is forever known as the band that did Oh Yeah at the end of Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
excellent movie
Considering that they come from a yodelling country, they have made a positive contribution to the 80's and 90's electronic scene. Need to hear more Yello from Bill.
SoundsGoodToMe wrote:
For me, Yello is forever known as the band that did Oh Yeah at the end of Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
Thank you! It's been driving me crazy trying to remember where I know the name Yello from. Now I have the strong desire to watch that movie :cheesygrin:
For me, Yello is forever known as the band that did Oh Yeah at the end of Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
Not my thing.
The Evening's Young.
Cool. Used to hear a track called "La Habanera" on WHFS in the old days. Expand your horizons!
Now I know what my friends were talking about when they where hearing yellow. And I thought it was the acid.
Yellow Rocks!
sounds like leonard cohen. love it!
:bounce:
Yello = Good