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Song ID: '80s UK male vocal poppy postpunk

Song ID: '80s UK male vocal poppy postpunk

Postby Greengerg » Sat Oct 18, 2003 7:16 am

Anyone know what this is? My friend is trying to figure it out, sent it to me and I don't know either.

Here's what he emailed me:

"It's a male british singer, the music is kind of Modern English/Icicle Works Post-Punk stuff.. A little more upbeat than either of those bands though.

The opening lyric is something like:

"Into the light, into the day, you push I'll follow, I'll sing and pray. Out to the garden I catch your eye. Out on the edge there.. ohh we can fly."

Then the chorus is:

"Sometimes I'm going to tear us apart. Fever that grips us is breaking our heart."
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Postby Greengerg » Sat Oct 18, 2003 8:31 am

Okay, someone elsewhere nailed it for us.
It's Zero Le Creche with "Last Years Wife"...



[quote]
Anyone know what this is? My friend is trying to figure it out, sent it to me and I don't know either.

Here's what he emailed me:

"It's a male b
Greengerg
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Joined: Wed Aug 20, 2003 12:33 pm
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