Who Sang Never Tell Your Mother She’s Out of Tune? Jack Bruce

Jack Bruce Songs for a Tailor cover art
Release information
Writer(s): Jack Bruce, Peter Constantine Brown
Release Date: 1969
Genre: Rock Pop
Style: Art Rock/Prog Rock/Classic Rock
length: 3:41
producer: Felix Pappalardi
membranophone: Jon Hiseman
vocal: Jack Bruce
trumpet: Harry Beckett and Henry Lowther
engineer: Andrew Johns
guitar: George Harrison
soprano saxophone & tenor saxophone: Art Themen
tenor saxophone & soprano saxophone: Dick Heckstall-Smith
bass guitar & piano: Jack Bruce
Some other versions of "Never Tell Your Mother She’s Out of Tune"

When I hear that big black whistle they blow
I feel inside it's time for me to be going
Fortunately baby, I'd already gone before

When they say, I'm worth ten pieces of coal
And you shouting hey what about when you are an old man
Fortunately baby, I'd already locked the door

They say, there are men who are blue like me in the stars
Beards for the weird and bars for bizarre guitar men
Fortunately baby, I'd already joined the force

Good time train, well, it does not need any track
It wins the race to the place where I'm gonna pack up
Fortunately baby, I'd already grabbed the sky

All the days that the road has spent on me
Judges shout you must slave to be a freeman
Fortunately baby, I am never coming back

Good time train, good time train

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Never Tell Your Mother She’s Out of Tune
  • 2 Theme for an Imaginary Western
  • 3 Tickets to Water Falls
  • 4 Weird of Hermiston
  • 5 Rope Ladder to the Moon
  • 6 The Ministry of Bag
  • 7 He the Richmond
  • 8 Boston Ball Game, 1967
  • 9 To Isengard
  • 10 The Clearout

  • Release information
    label: ATCO Records
    country(area): United States
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin