Who Sang Goodnight Ladies? Lou Reed

Lou Reed Transformer cover art
Credits
publisher: ©SONY ATV MUSIC PUB LLC
release date: 1972
genres: Rock Non-Music
styles: Lounge/Alternative Rock/Art Rock/Glam
length: 4:22
arranger: Herbie Flowers
instrument: Herbie Flowers
Goodnight ladies, ladies goodnight
It’s time to say goodbye
Let me tell you now
Goodnight ladies, ladies goodnight
It’s time to say goodbye
Now all night long you’ve been drinking your tequilla
But now you’ve sucked your lemon peel dry
So why not get high
Goodnight ladies, ladies goodnight

Goodnight ladies, ladies goodnight
It’s time to say goodbye
Goodnight sweet ladies, ladies goodnight
It’s time to say goodbye bye bye
Oh we’ve been together for the longest time
But now it’s time to get high
Come on let’s get high
And goodnight ladies, ladies goodnight

Oh, I’m still missing my other half
Ah, it must be something I did in the past
Don’t it just make you want to laugh
It’s a lonely saturday night
Oh, nobody calls me on the telephone
I put another record on my stereo
But I’m still singin’ a song of you
It’s a lonely saturday night

Now if I was an actor or a dancer who is glamorous
Then you know an amorus life would soon be mine
But now the tinsil lighted starbreak is all that’s left
To play my heartbreak
At eleven o’clock I watch the network news

Oh, wow, wow, something tells me that you’re nearly gone
You said we could be friends but that’s not what I want
Ah, anyway my tv dinner’s almost done
It’s a lonely saturday night
I mean to tell you it’s a lonely saturday night
One more round



Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Vicious
  • 2 Andy’s Chest
  • 3 Perfect Day
  • 4 Hangin’ ’Round
  • 5 Walk on the Wild Side
  • 6 Make Up
  • 7 Satellite of Love
  • 8 Wagon Wheel
  • 9 New York Telephone Conversation
  • 10 I’m So Free
  • 11 Goodnight Ladies

  • Album Information
    label: RCA
    country(area): United States
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin