Who Sang Shelley? Dance Hall Crashers

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Release information
Release Date: 1995
Genre: Rock
Style: Punk/Ska
length: 3:11
producer: Stoker and Dance Hall Crashers
membranophone: Gavin Hammon
vocal: Karina Deniké and Elyse Rogers
mixer: Jerry Finn
engineer: Frank Rinella
bass: Mikey Weiss
guitar: Jason Hammon and Scott Goodell
Lyrics
Why are you listening to all the things they tell you everyday?
Why are you listening, what happened to your own mind anyway?
Why are you listening to their advice on what to watch and do?
Why are you listening, has your mind been overrun - what do I do?

I don't know how they pulled you fast and buried all the trace of the past
I don't know how you left so fast - I really hope that this won't last
Oh Shelley
Oh Shelley
Oh Shelley
Oh Shelley listen to me

What are you doing? It's been too long, I never even see you
What are you doing? You're a different girl but I don't know who
What are you doing? Fall asleep and disappear for days
What are you doing? Come back flying in a total haze

I don't know how they pulled you fast and buried all the trace of the past
I don't know how you left so fast - I really hope tht this won't last

Oh Shelley
Oh Shelley
Oh Shelley
Oh Shelley listen to me

What are you thinking? I suspect you're losing it for good
What are you thinking? Promise I would save you if I could
What are you thinking? I probably don't even want to know
What are you thinking? Please just say goodbye befor you go

Oh Shelley
Oh Shelley
Oh Shelley
Oh Shelley listen to me

Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 Shelley
  • 2 Don't Wanna Behave
  • 3 Queen for a Day
  • 4 Flyin
  • 5 Good for Nothin
  • 6 Buried Alive
  • 7 Sticky
  • 8 Too Late
  • 9 Go
  • 10 Enough
  • 11 Pictures
  • 12 Day Job
  • 13 So Sue Us
  • 14 We Owe
  • 15 Next to You

  • Release information
    label: MCA Records
    country(area): Japan
    format: CD
    barcode: 4988067023681
    script: Latin