Who Sang France? The Libertines

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Release information
Release Date: 2004-8-30
Genre: Rock
Style: Alternative Rock/Garage Rock/Indie Rock
length: 2:25
writer: Carl Barât
"Pete and Carl mumbling"

The ideal girl,
In London from France,
Came over then left me,
she left me in trance,
Now I have to get by once again on my own,
Nothing but Memories.

So I remember your eyes
that unique shade of brown,
While these blue eyes of mine
they stay closed
I kissed you goodbye on the M109,
I choked as I watched the bus go-o-o.

(weeeelll another scat-cat come in),
Choking and smoking to your angelic soul,
I'm Choking and smoking myself into a hole,
Where the only way out is to sleep and to dream,
and to cry out your na-a-ame,

"Solo and mumbling"

CD 1
  • 1 Can’t Stand Me Now
  • 2 Last Post on the Bugle
  • 3 Don’t Be Shy
  • 4 The Man Who Would Be King
  • 5 Music When the Lights Go Out
  • 6 Narcissist
  • 7 The Ha Ha Wall
  • 8 Arbeit macht frei
  • 9 Campaign of Hate
  • 10 What Katie Did
  • 11 Tomblands
  • 12 The Saga
  • 13 Road to Ruin
  • 14 What Became of the Likely Lads
  • 15 France
  • 16 Never Never
  • 17 I Got Sweets