"Your Sister's Clothes" as written by Nick Banks, Jarvis Branson Cocker, Candida Doyle, Stephen Patrick Mackey and Russell Senior....
I never thought that you would come / your sister said your nerve had gone
You're trying to make it straight right now
but I don't think that you know how
Your sister knows / she wears your clothes / she laughs
at all those things you chose
Your sister knows / takes off your clothes
we use your bed for goodness knows / Ow
I left something where I knew you'd find it
Lift your pillow and you'll see / and he's coming round today
Hey hey / Check out if you're still alive / talking dirt won't change your life
Listen hard and you can hear her saying not to be so afraid
Loosen up and lay right down / watch her as she's going down
It's easy when you stop pretending that you just got lost on the way
na na na now now
Your sister knows / she wears your clothes
she laughs at all those things you chose / Your sister knows
takes off your clothes / We use your bed for goodness knows
I can't remember where we met / I can't remember what we said
I can't forget the things we did / when everything just seemed to fit
Your sister knows / takes off your clothes
we use your bed for goodness knows / She's says it's better with two
if you'd just stop being so stuck up / and he's coming round today
Hey hey / Check out if you're still alive / talking dirt won't change your life
Listen hard and you can hear her saying not to be so afraid
Loosen up and lay right down / watch her as she's going down
It's easy when you stop pretending that you just got lost on the way
Try it; you might like it / But you might / smudge your lipstick
and he's coming round today / Check out if you're still alive
talking dirt won't change your life
Listen hard and you can hear her saying not to be so afraid
Loosen up and lay right down / watch her as she's going down
It's easy when you stop pretending that you just got lost on the way
Loosen up and lay right down / watch her as she's going down
It's easy when you stop pretending that you just got lost on the way
It's easy when you stop pretending that you'll never ever see her,
yeah you've seen her going down (and down and down and down and down)


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"Your Sister's Clothes" as written by Jarvis Branson Cocker Candida Doyle

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentJarvis said this song is about the sisters from "Babies" some years down the line...

    "Watch her as she's going down / it's easy when you stop pretending / that you just got lost on the way" & "Try it; you might like it / but you might smudge your lipstick"
    So perfectly dirty. Brilliant.
    modernrocksongon November 19, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentJarvis said this song is about the sisters from "Babies" some years down the line...

    "Watch her as she's going down / it's easy when you stop pretending / that you just got lost on the way" & "Try it; you might like it / but you might smudge your lipstick"
    So perfectly dirty. Brilliant.
    modernrocksongon November 19, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General Commentgod, this era of pulp is just so freaking perfect and classic.
    manic_ashon July 02, 2008   Link

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