Who Sang Two Sisters? The Kinks

The Kinks Something Else by The Kinks cover art
Credits
publisher: ©Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
writers: Raymond Douglas Davies
release date: 1967-9-15
genres: Rock Pop Folk, World, & Country
styles: Pop Rock/Psychedelic Rock/Mod
length: 2:03
composer: Ray Davies
lyricist: Ray Davies
Sylvilla looked into her mirror
Percilla looked into the washing machine
And the drudgery of being wed
She was so jealous of her sister
And her liberty, and her smart young friends
She was so jealous of her sister

Sylvilla looked into the wardrobe
Percilla looked into the frying pan
And the bacon and eggs
And the breakfast is served
She was so jealous of her sister
And her way of life, and her luxury flat
She was so jealous of her sister

She threw away her dirty dishes just to be free again
Her women's weekly magazines just to be free again
And put the children in the nursery just to be free again
Percilla saw her little children
And then decided she was better off
Than the wayward lass that her sister had been
No longer jealous of her sister
So she ran 'round the house with her curlers on
No longer jealous of her sister

Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 David Watts
  • 2 Death of a Clown
  • 3 Two Sisters
  • 4 No Return
  • 5 Harry Rag
  • 6 Tin Soldier Man
  • 7 Situation Vacant
  • 8 Love Me Till the Sun Shines
  • 9 Lazy Old Sun
  • 10 Afternoon Tea
  • 11 Funny Face
  • 12 End of the Season
  • 13 Waterloo Sunset