Who Sang Outsider? The Gadjits

Some other versions of "Outsider"
release date: 1999-7-13
genres: Rock
styles: Garage Rock/Rock & Roll/Punk/Ska/Mod
length: 2:20
and being in possession and being envied makes you
feel like you're feeling something.
How am I just a merchant you can
steal from without regret?
Know that you are not forgotten.
Know that this merchant prosecutes.
Know that empty tables and full hearts are fine for
beggars and prostitutes.

Who is the outsider?
Sunglasses cause the world got brighter.
The day we stepped out of school.

I wanna be you, I want to grow up faster.
Nineteen my unfeeling mistress, the pimp
circumstance, a cruel bastard.
I wanna be a man and you can be a woman.
Can you dig from where I'm comin'?
I really hope you can.

Oblivious to the drift apart.
Never feel so slowly broken hearts.
Better off without the gang anyway.
Some of us die and some just move away.

CD 1
  • 1 Intro
  • 2 Somebody's Wife
  • 3 Outsider
  • 4 Bad Gadjit
  • 5 Cowboys Always Win
  • 6 B.C.
  • 7 Angel and a Devil
  • 8 Carnival Sense
  • 9 Manuhkin
  • 10 Wise Up
  • 11 Thinkin' 'Bout You
  • 12 Cleveland, Ohio
  • 13 Handkerchief
  • 14 Jenny Jones (Leave the Death Rock Kids Alone)

  • Album Information
    label: Hellcat Records
    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    script: Latin