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'Music is the shorthand of emotion.' - Leo Tolstoy

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'Music is the shorthand of emotion.' - Leo Tolstoy

Post by Flyvapnet on Wed Jun 02, 2010 11:51 am


Here's my contribution for today: "Do Ya" by The Move, released as the "B" side of a single (London: Harvest Records, 1972). It's the original, preceding the Electric Light Orchestra version by four years. (Electric Light Orchestra was a side project for The Move, but it eventually became the band members' one-and-only project.)



Click here to audition "Do Ya" by The Move!


U.S.-release label (Los Angeles: United Artists Records, 1972)

Do Ya

Lyrics and music by Jeffrey Lynne

In this life I've seen ev'rything I can see, woman
I've seen lovers flying through the air hand in hand
I've see babies dancin' in the midnight sun
I've seen dreams that came from the heavenly skies above
I've seen old men cryin' at their own grave sides
And I've seen pigs all sittin' watchin' picture slides
But I never seen nothin' like you
Do ya, do ya want my love?
Do ya, do ya want my love?
Do ya, do ya want my face?
Do ya, do ya want my mind?

Well, I heard the crowd singin' out of tune
As they sat and sang Auld Lang Syne
By the light of the moon
I heard the preachers bangin' on the drums
But I never heard nothin' like you

In the country where the sky
Touches down on the field
She lay her down to rest in the mornin' sun
They came a-runnin' just to get a look
Just to feel, to touch her long black veil
They don't give a damn

Do ya, do ya want my love?
Do ya, do ya want my love?
Do ya, do ya want my face?
Do ya, do ya want my mind?

Well I think you understand
What I'm tryin' to say, woman
That is, I'd like to save you for a rainy day
I've seen enough of the world to know
That I've got to get it all
To get it all to grow

Do ya, do ya want my love?
Do ya, do ya want my love?
Do ya, do ya want my face?
Do ya, do ya want my mind?

Do ya, do ya want my love?
Do ya, do ya want my love?
Do ya, do ya want my face?
Do ya, do ya want my mind?

Look out baby, there's a plane a-comin'

Here is the Electric Light Orchestra version:



Click here to audition "Do Ya" by Electric Light Orchestra!

This was released as Cut 4 on Side 2 of the album A New World Record (London: Jet Records, 1976).


U.K.-release album (London: Jet Records, 1976)

sunny

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