The Dark Of The Matinee Lyrics

Franz Ferdinand

credits


publisher: ©Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: Alexander Paul Kapranos Huntley, Nicholas John Mccarthy, Paul Robert Thompson, Robert Hardy
album: Track 4 in album Franz Ferdinand
release date: 2004-2-9
popularity : 86 users have visited this page.
length: 4:04
producer: Tore Johansson
composer: Robert Hardy, Nicholas McCarthy, Alex Kapranos

Album Information

label: Domino
country(area): France
format: CD
barcode: 5034202113621
script: Latin

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Lyrics

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You take your white finger
Slide the nail under the top and bottom buttons of my blazer
Relax the fraying wool, slacken ties
And I'm not to look at you in the shoe, but the eyes, find the eyes

Find me and follow me through corridors, refectories and files
You must follow me, leave this academic factory
You will find me in the matinee
The dark of the matinee
It's better in the matinee
The dark of the matinee is mine
Yes it's mine

I time every journey to bump into you, accidentally
I charm you and tell you of the boys I hate
You take your white finger
Slide the nail under the top and bottom buttons of my blazer
Relax the fraying wool, slacken ties
And I'm not to look at you in the shoe, but the eyes, find the eyes

Find me and follow me through corridors, refectories and files
You must follow me, leave this academic factory
You will find me in the matinee
The dark of the matinee
It's better in the matinee
The dark of the matinee is mine
Yes it's mine

I time every journey to bump into you, accidentally
I charm you and tell you of the boys I hate

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Track Listing


CD 1
  • 1 Jacqueline
  • 2 Tell Her Tonight
  • 3 Take Me Out
  • 4 The Dark of the Matinée
  • 5 Auf Achse
  • 6 Cheating on You
  • 7 This Fire
  • 8 Darts of Pleasure
  • 9 Michael
  • 10 Come On Home
  • 11 40′