"Another Record" as written by and Michael/collins Rutherford....
It's funny you know,
Cause there's an old rock 'n' roller
He's got nowhere to go.
Did you ever think of taking him in?
Somebody help him, somebody please.

Put another record on
Cause he likes that song.

It's funny you know,
Ooh he never done nothing, done nobody wrong,
Did he think about changing his name,
But I'm gonna tell him it's the same old game.

Put another record on
Round and round and round and around - oh
Ah - see him smile.

Well lately I've seen him
Walking down the street, kinda moving his feet,
Everyone I know looks the other way
Somebody help him, somebody say -

Put another record on
Round and round and round and around - oh
Ah - see him smile.

It's funny you know,
Cause there's an old rock 'n' roller
He's got nowhere to go.
Did you ever think of taking him in?
Somebody help him, somebody please.

Just put another record on


Lyrics submitted by Demau Senae

"Another Record" as written by Phil Collins Tony Banks

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    General CommentAwww bless. You do see the occasional person that this song refers to. I think at the time of writing this song would refer to the Elvis type of rock and roller and this particular ones refusal to leave the past behind. These days you get to look out for leather and denim wearing balding-ponytailed blokes that would be the modern equivalent with one foot firmly left in the 80s. I think its nice but as the song seems to point out, if everyone else has moved on with the times, you suddenly end up in your own little world.
    parberooon May 07, 2005   Link
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    General CommentLeather/Balding/Pony-tailed---sounds like 2 of my mates at work(who looked out-of date in the 80s that you mention)!
    harmoneeon September 09, 2009   Link

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