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Beth_Cassidy11 (7 months ago)
Awesome and playful song ..i love her vocals here..and her accent in this song🎶💖🎶..lol....you video is awesome..like the song was made for tge movie... Love and Hugs BethXO🎶💖🎶
FallingAwake (7 months ago)
@Beth_Cassidy11 Yes really great playful song from her, both in its theme and her vocals. The whole album was very much put down by the critics and fans when released, but now many KB fans deem it among, if not their most fave. (and some critics too).
I knew strait off that i wanted to use this movie when thought of making a video for it. Thanks Beth.
Love n Hugs XXX 🎶💖🎶
Frederyck (7 months ago)
One more very nice song by Kate Bush... damn money that has always made people dreaming... I try to remember from which movie that was ... ahahah Thanks for the sharing dear Dave and have a great week end..
FallingAwake (7 months ago)
@Frederyck Great to see Kate having some fun with this one. The movie is *The Ladykillers*. 1955 British black comedy. Thanks my friend.
January 13th, 2017
MY VIDEO. A fun song from her Wacky1982 album The Dreaming. LYRICS,,, Okay, remember. Okay, remember That...
MY VIDEO. A fun song from her Wacky1982 album The Dreaming. LYRICS,,,
Okay, remember.
Okay, remember
That we have just allowed
Half an hour
To get in, do it, and get out.

The sense of adventure
Is changing to danger.
The signal has been given.
I go in.
The crime begins.

My excitement
Turns into fright.

All my words fade.
What am I gonna say?
Mustn't give the game away.

We're waiting.
We're waiting.
We're waiting.

We got the job sussed.
This shop's shut for business.
The lookout has parked the car,
But kept the engine running.
Three beeps means trouble's coming.

I hope you remember
To treat the gelignite tenderly for me.
I'm having dreams about things
Not going right.
Let's leave in plenty of time tonight.

Both my partners
Act like actors:
You are Bogart,
He is George Raft,
That leaves Cagney and me.
("What about Edward G.?")

We're waiting.
We're waiting.
We're waiting.

You blow the safe up.
Then all I know is I wake up,
Covered in rubble. One of the rabble
Needs mummy.
("What's all this then?")
The government will never find the money.
("What's all this then?")

I've been here all day,
A star in strange ways.*
Apart from a photograph
They'll get nothing from me,
Not until they let me see my solicitor.

Ooh, I remember
That rich, windy weather
When you would carry me,
Pockets floating
In the breeze.

Ooh, there goes a tenner.
Hey, look! There's a fiver.
There's a ten-shilling note.
Remember them?
That's when we used to vote for him.
Kate  Bush  There  Goes  a  Tenner