Finisterre Song Lyrics

Saint Etienne


publisher: ©Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: Bob Stanley, Peter Stewart Wiggs, Jane Cracknell Sarah
album: Track 12 in album Finisterre
release date: 2002-8
popularity : 56 users have visited this page.
genres: Electronic Rock
styles: Leftfield/Lounge/Downtempo/Synth-pop
length: 4:34
producer: Saint Etienne and Ian Catt
guest: Sarah Churchill
writer: Sarah Cracknell, Bob Stanley, Pete Wiggs

Album Information

label: Mantra Recordings
country(area): United Kingdom
format: CD
barcode: 609008103326
script: Latin

Cover Art

Saint Etienne Finisterre cover art


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Natwest, Barclays, Midlands, Lloyds.
Use a bank? I'd rather die.

I loved to draw when I was a little girl
It helped me see the world as I wanted it to be
Sometimes I walk home through a network of car parks
Just because I can

I love the feeling of being slightly lost
To find new spaces, new routes, new areas
I love the lack of logic
I love the feeling of being slightly lost

I believe that music in the long run can straighten out most things
There are too many bands that act lame


Track Listing

CD 1
  • 1 Action
  • 2 Amateur
  • 3 Language Lab
  • 4 Soft Like Me
  • 5 Summerisle
  • 6 Stop and Think It Over
  • 7 Shower Scene
  • 8 The Way We Live Now
  • 9 New Thing
  • 10 B92
  • 11 The More You Know
  • 12 Finisterre