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Cemetry Gates - The Smiths - Ask (Cassette)

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  1. Jul 27,  · Cemetry Gates (Karaoke Version Originally Performed by Smiths) · Pop Music Workshop Pro Backing Tracks S, Vol ℗ Backing Tracks for Pros by Pros Released on: Composer: Steven Morrissey.
  2. Oct 05,  · Provided to YouTube by WM UK Cemetry Gates ( Remaster) · The Smiths The Queen Is Dead ℗ Warner Music UK Ltd. Bass Guitar: Andy Rourke Remastering Engineer: Johnny Marr Guitar, Producer.
  3. Ask Bigmouth Strikes Again London/Miserable Lie Some Girls Are Bigger The Boy With The Thorn Shoplifters Of The World There Is A Light Is It Really So Strange Cemetry Gates This Night Has Opened My Eyes Still Ill Panic The Queen Is Dead William It Was Really Nothing Hand in Glove Sweet & Tender Hooligan Half A Person.
  4. The Smiths had a knack for writing morbid or depressive songs that were, in some ways, hidden behind uptempo tunes. This seems to really be a more upbeat song, despite the promise to meet at the cemetery gates, rather than, say, at the movies. And maybe it's sad to get busted for plagiarism, but I don't think that's what the song is about.5/5(1).
  5. Ask, a Single by The Smiths. Released in October on Rough Trade (catalog no. RTT ; Vinyl 12"). Genres: Jangle Pop. Cassette WEA / WEA YZC / Expand all 12 issues Ask / Cemetry Gates.
  6. Jun 13,  · Smiths Interwiew Baktabak - MBAK Pretty in pink - CS A&M Usa () "Please please please " Sire´s back to school cassampler - PRO c Sire Usa Promo - "Ask, live" + "Cemetry gates, live" The Peel sessions - New season -SFRMC Uk "What difference does it make" The wedding singer - 9 Usa "How soon is now" Still sealed.
  7. So I meet you at the cemetry gates Keats and Yeats are on your side A dreaded sunny day So I meet you at the cemetry gates Keats and Yeats are on your side While Wilde is on mine So we go inside and we gravely read the stones All those people, all those lives Where are they now? With loves, and hates And passions just like mine They were born.
  8. A dreaded sunny day So I meet you at the cemetry gates Keats and Yeats are on your side A dreaded sunny day So I meet you at the cemetry gates Keats and Yeats are on your side While Wilde is on mine So we go inside and We gravely read the stones All those people, all those lives Where are they now? With loves, and hates And passions just like mine They were born And then they lived And then.

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