Johnny And Mary

Publié le par olivier

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Titre : Johnny And Mary

Ecrit par : R. Palmer

Première publication : Sur l'album Clues (1980)

Classement : UK#44

Johnny And Mary

« It's martial music played with a lot of accuracy and finds me experimenting with prototype sequencers again. Lyrically I was dealing with my exposure to expatriots in the Bahamas. I'd never seen such contrived formality before but Johnny and Mary obviously had. These are people who have fallen into life like a habit, there's no struggle or romance in what they do  »   

Paroles :

Johnny’s always running around
Trying to find certainty
He needs all the world to confirm
That he ain’t lonely
Mary counts the walls
Knows he tires easily

Johnny thinks the world would be right
If it could buy truth from him
Mary says he changes his mind
More than a woman
But she made her bed
Even when the chance was slim

Johnny says he’s willing to learn
When he decides he’s a fool
Johnny says he’ll live anywhere
When he earns time to
Mary combs her hair
Says she should be used to it
Mary always hedges her bets
She never knows what to think
She says that he still acts
Like he's being discovered
Scared that he’ll get caught
Without a second thought

Johnny feels he’s wasting his breath
Trying to talk sense to her
Mary says he’s lacking a real
Sense of proportion
So she combs her hair
Knows he tires easily

Johnny’s always running around
Trying to find certainty
He needs all the world to confirm
That he ain’t lonely
Mary counts the walls
Says she should be used to it

Johnny’s always running around...

Johnny And Mary

Voir aussi le texte de l'adaptation française Johnny Et Marie par Marie Leonor 

Publié dans robert-palmer

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