Who Sang Death of an Interior Decorator? Death Cab for Cutie

Death Cab for Cutie Transatlanticism cover art
Credits
publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
writers: Benjamin Gibbard
release date: 2003-9-1
genres: Rock Pop
styles: Indie Rock
length: 2:57
producer: Chris Walla
mixer: Chris Walla
recording engineer: Chris Walla
You were the mother of three girls so sweet
That storm through your turnstile, and climbed to the street
But after conception, your body lay cold
Withered through Autumn then you found yourself old

Can you tell me why have been so sad
He took a lover on a far away beach,
While you arranged flowers and chose color schemes

Can you tell me why you have been so sad?
Can you tell me why you have been so sad?

The girls were all there; they traded their vows.
The youngest one glared with furrowed brow as
They tenderly kissed and cut the cake.
The bride then tripped and broke the vase,
The one you thought would span the years,
So perfectly placed below the mirror
Arriving late, you clean the debris
And walked into the angry sea;
It felt just like falling in love again.
And it felt just like falling in love again.

Can you tell me why you have been so sad?
Can you tell me why you have been so



Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 The New Year
  • 2 Lightness
  • 3 Title and Registration
  • 4 Expo '86
  • 5 The Sound of Settling
  • 6 Tiny Vessels
  • 7 Transatlanticism
  • 8 Passenger Seat
  • 9 Death of an Interior Decorator
  • 10 We Looked Like Giants
  • 11 A Lack of Color

  • Album Information
    label: Munich Records
    country(area): Netherlands
    format: CD
    script: Latin