Who Sang Saint? Elton John

Elton John Too Low for Zero cover art

Some other versions of "Saint"
publisher: ©Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: Bernie Taupin, Elton John
release date: 1983-5-23
genres: Electronic Rock
styles: Hard Rock/Pop Rock
length: 5:20
producer: Chris Thomas
lead vocals: Elton John
electric guitar: Davey Johnstone
recording engineer: Bill Price
electric bass guitar: Dee Murray
acoustic guitar: Davey Johnstone
synthesizer: Elton John
drums (drum set): Nigel Olsson
electric piano: Elton John
You don't pass your time in limbo
Or hang out with the crowd
Sitting on the stoop like a little girl
Who took the wrong road into town
But you got that short cut way about you
And no one's gonna stare you down
You cook much better on a lower flame
You burn much better when the sun goes down

And heaven can wait
But you ought to be a saint
I got your very best intentions
Helping me along
And if I ever fail to mention
You were an overnight sensation
Well take it from me
My baby's a saint
My baby's a saint

I believe you were a new arrival
On the fast train passing through
And you traded in your luck for survival
To sweeten up the witch's brew
You had a better way of working magic
A little mystery in your eyes
Instead of rolling over you remained the same
You took the whole world by surprise

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Cold as Christmas (In the Middle of the Year)
  • 2 I'm Still Standing
  • 3 Too Low for Zero
  • 4 Religion
  • 5 I Guess That's Why They Call It the Blues
  • 6 Crystal
  • 7 Kiss the Bride
  • 8 Whipping Boy
  • 9 Saint
  • 10 One More Arrow

  • Album Information
    label: Geffen Records
    country(area): United States
    format: 12" Vinyl
    barcode: 0075992400619
    script: Latin