Who Sang When We Two Parted? The Afghan Whigs

The Afghan Whigs Gentlemen cover art
writers: Greg Dulli, Richard Mccollum
release date: 1993-10-1
genres: Rock Funk / Soul
styles: Alternative Rock/Indie Rock/Soul
length: 5:48
producer: Greg Dulli
mixer: Jeff Powell and Greg Dulli
engineer: John Hampton and Jeff Powell
assistant engineer: Jeffrey Reed
writer: Greg Dulli, Rick McCollum
Baby, I see you've made yourself all sick again
Didn't I do a good job of pretending?
You're saying that the victim doesn't want it to end
I get to dress up and play the assassin again

It's my favorite
It's got personality
I should have seen this **** coming down the hall
Every night I spent in that bed with you facing the wall

If I could have only once heard you scream
To feel you were alive
Instead of watching you abandoning yourself
Baby you can open your eyes now

And please allow me to present you with a clue
If I inflict the pain
Then baby only I can comfort you
Out of the night we come

And into the night we go
If it starts to hurt you
Then you have to say so

CD 1
  • 1 If I Were Going
  • 2 Gentlemen
  • 3 Be Sweet
  • 4 Debonair
  • 5 When We Two Parted
  • 6 Fountain and Fairfax
  • 7 What Jail Is Like
  • 8 My Curse
  • 9 Now You Know
  • 10 I Keep Coming Back
  • 11 Brother Woodrow / Closing Prayer