"Ex-Girlfriend Club" as written by Alexander Paul Kapranos Huntley, Nicholas John Mccarthy, Robert Hardy and Paul Robert Thompson....
Hi
Welcome to my ex-girlfriend club
Have you met Allison, Emily, Christine, Daniella
You said you give me a-attack
I got no style
I'm strictly words
Me got no style

Welcome to my ex-girlfriend club
Help yourself to the salad bar
I'm in a corner how am I gonna do it
Don't know what else I can do

Rub a dub Rub a dub dub
Welcome to my ex-girlfriend club

Have you met Deirdre, Dorothy, Esmorada
I said you give me a-attack

You wonder why I act like a fool
Because you treat me like one

You're not home
Oh I see how it is

Oh each one to one
Why don't you say it to my face

My face turns pale when I get your emails
You know where I live!
You know where I live!

Oh it's me with my tail between my legs?
Sorry!
So you give me a- attack
Me got no style
I'm strictly words
Oh then stop wanking
Hi, Welcome to my ex-girlfriend club

How many ways could I express my love for you?
I should've given her a good slap!
Welcome to my ex-girlfriend club

Running around town with my head held down
No feelings in my hands
You're a bit too young to understand
Don't be fooled by looks!
I'm still daddy from the block

What time is it?
Now I can't love
We can still remember can't we
I got an email today from puff daddy

He likes how I sing

Maybe I should get a tattoo some bling bling!

So you give me a- attack
Rub a dub Rub a dub dub
Welcome to my ex-girlfriend club
Welcome to my ex-girlfriend club

All aboard
Have a nice day, I'm gradually turning gay

Welcome to my ex-girlfriend clubâ?¦


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"Ex-Girlfriend Club" as written by Nicholas John Mccarthy Alexander Paul Kapranos Huntley

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    General CommentWhat a great song... these guys have been around forever, but this is the first tune to strike a chord with me. The "heroin" beat is quite interesting.

    incredible. the rest of the album is too much work to transcribe, but I kind of like "she can stop traffic" as well.

    thanks to indiekids.org for turning me on to this one.
    It's too bad I can't understand half of what he's saying, but I did my best on the lyrics... I'll update if anyone has a better suggestion.
    sladeon April 14, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe lyrics actually say "you give me a heart attack" but in the singer's thick English dialect it comes out sound "you give me art attack." Also, the lyrics are "I'm still Danny from the blocks." (not Daddy). The band's writer and leader is Dan Treacy, whose most famous song was "I Know Where Syd Barrett Lives" in the 1980s. Treacy himself just got out of jail and fans of the Television Personalities staged a benefit concert to raise funds to pay for studio time so he could put out this new album "My Dark Places." People either love it or really really hate it, since it's quite minimalistic and many of the tracks sound like most band's reject outtakes. But the album definitely grows on you, especially tracks like "Special Chair" and "All the Young Children on Crack," which is a strange, strange song with a backbeat which sounds just like Queen's "We Will Rock You." The Television Personalities, for what it's worth, were Kurt Cobain's favourite band.
    Mojoson July 03, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe lyrics actually say "you give me a heart attack" but in the singer's thick English dialect it comes out sound "you give me art attack." Also, the lyrics are "I'm still Danny from the blocks." (not Daddy). The band's writer and leader is Dan Treacy, whose most famous song was "I Know Where Syd Barrett Lives" in the 1980s. Treacy himself just got out of jail and fans of the Television Personalities staged a benefit concert to raise funds to pay for studio time so he could put out this new album "My Dark Places." People either love it or really really hate it, since it's quite minimalistic and many of the tracks sound like most band's reject outtakes. But the album definitely grows on you, especially tracks like "Special Chair" and "All the Young Children on Crack," which is a strange, strange song with a backbeat which sounds just like Queen's "We Will Rock You." The Television Personalities, for what it's worth, were Kurt Cobain's favourite band.
    Mojoson July 03, 2006   Link

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