A guitarless trio from Wakefield, West Yorkshire, Sarah, Georgia and Russell The Disaster create songs of musical simplicity but thematically complex beauty.
She's Leaving Home" is a Lennon–McCartney song, released in 1967 on the Beatles album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. Paul McCartney wrote and sang the verse and John Lennon wrote the chorus, which they sang together. Neither George Harrison nor Ringo Starr was involved in the recording.
She's Not Leaving Lyrics. Move away from the door son, she's not leavingShe's not going anywhere She's not screwing him, she's too tired You heard the gunshots before it was fired You heard the taxi in the driveway at 4 in the morning As you lie awake, you see the bags under her eyes Now, what does she get from telling lies? Here's some money, here's some tobacco Can we forget this ever happened?
what she needs and she'll do what she must She's not gone yet but she's leaving. There's a raw bone whisper underneath the cover Louder than a dead man's drum There's a joke that they told her when she got much older When she knew just what she'd become
She’s Leaving Home is a Lennon–McCartney song, released in 1967 on the Beatles album Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. Paul McCartney wrote and sang the verse and John Lennon the chorus while neither George Harrison nor Ringo Starr were involved in the recording. The song’s instrumental background was performed entirely by a small string orchestra arranged by Mike Leander, and was one of only a handful of Beatles songs in which the members did not play any instruments on the recording. Paul McCartney said of the song: John and I wrote ‘She’s Leaving Home’ together
|1||She's Not Leaving||1:46|
|2||Stand By My Man||2:09|
|3||Love Me Tender||2:57|
|FUG 005||The Research||She's Not Leaving (7", Single, Yel)||At Large Recordings||FUG 005||UK||2004|
|FUGCD005||The Research||She's Not Leaving (CD, Single)||At Large Recordings||FUGCD005||UK||2004|