Supertramp - The Logical Song / Goodbye Stranger mp3 flac
When I was young, it seemed that life was so wonderful, A miracle, oh it was beautiful, magical. And all the birds in the trees, well they'd be singing so happily, Joyfully, playfully watching me. But then they send me away to teach me how to be sensible, Logical, responsible, practical. And they showed me a world where I could be so dependable, Clinical, intellectual, cynical . It was an early morning yesterday I was up before the dawn And I really have enjoyed my stay But I must be moving on. Like a king without a castle Like a queen without a throne I'm an early morning lover And I must be moving on.
Matrix, Runout (Runout side A): AM 357 A//1▽420R 1 1 tone 1.
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Goodbye Stranger" is a song by the English rock band Supertramp, which first appeared on their sixth studio album, Breakfast in America (1979). Despite being met with only limited success in the UK, it was a major hit elsewhere, even a Top 20 hit in the United States and Canada, reaching number 15 and 6 respectively. The song features two voices, representing two protagonists, sung by Rick Davies in the verses and also by Rick Davies in the choruses.
Lyrics to "Goodbye Stranger" song by Supertramp: It was an early morning yesterday I was up before the dawn And I really have enjoyed my stay But I . . Now I believe in what you say Is the undisputed truth But I have to have things my own way To keep me in my youth. album: "Breakfast In America" (1979). Gone Hollywood Logical Song Goodbye Stranger Breakfast In America Oh Darling Take The Long Way Home Lord Is It Mine Just Another Nervous Wreck Casual Conversations Child Of Vision.
The Logical Song" is a hit single on Supertramp's 1979 album Breakfast in America and written and sung by band member Roger Hodgson. It is one of the band's most recognized songs. This simple song makes use of keyboards, castanets, and a guitar break with a strong Beatles influence. The song includes a section of Hodgson "reeling off three- and four-syllable assonances" with a "schoolboy's tongue in cheek". Breakfast in America.
Goodbye Stranger is about alien abduction. The lyricist is lamenting the loss of his sweet alien love bundles and all the inhibition-free copulizing they laid on him during his stay with them. Sttos from Shirley, MaWhy do people feel that all songs have to have such a deep meaning? The album Breakfast In America is about Supertramp's view of culture in the US and the song Goodbye Stranger is simply a song in line with this idea. The song is about a guy parting ways with a couple of hookers with whom he presumably spent the night and the girls are saying goodbye and wishing him well. Most men who visit hookers must have something missing in their life so the girls say they hope he finds his paradise, which shouldn’t be taken literally.
Supertramp – The Logical Song. When I was young, it seemed that life was so wonderful A miracle, oh it was beautiful, magical And all the birds in the trees, well they'd be singing so happily Oh joyfully, playfully watching me But then they send me away to teach me how to be sensible Logical, oh responsible, practical And they showed me a world where I could. Song MeaningThis song, quite simply put, is about the society causing us to lose our personalities by making us conform to their standards, turning us into "vegetables". The lyrics are very simple, truthful, and beautiful.
|A||The Logical Song||3:46|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – A&M Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – A&M Records, Inc.
- Published By – Rondor Music (London) Ltd.
- Producer – Peter Henderson, Supertramp
- Written-By – Rick Davies, Roger Hodgson
NotesThe Logical Song & Goodbye Stranger
Double "A" Side
From the forthcoming A&M compilation album "The Autobiography of SUPERTRAMP" TRAMP I
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout [stamped/handetched] side A): AM 357 A//1▽420R 1 1 tone 1
- Matrix / Runout (Runout [stamped/handetched] side B): AM357 B//1▽420 R 1 1 4
|390 140-7||Supertramp||The Logical Song & Goodbye Stranger (7", Single)||A&M Records||390 140-7||Spain||1986|
|1143 2870||Supertramp||The Logical Song (Logická Píseň) / Goodbye Stranger (Sbohem, Cizinče) (7", RP)||Supraphon, A&M Records||1143 2870||Czechoslovakia||1985|
|75021 8623 7||Supertramp||The Logical Song / Goodbye Stranger (7", Single)||Collectables||75021 8623 7||US||Unknown|
|AM 357||Supertramp||The Logical Song & Goodbye Stranger (7", Single)||A&M Records||AM 357||Ireland||1986|
|1143 2870||Supertramp||The Logical Song (Logická Píseň) / Goodbye Stranger (Sbohem, Cizinče) (7")||Supraphon, A&M Records||1143 2870||Czechoslovakia||1984|