Kirsty MacColl - There's a guy works down the chip shop, swears he's Elvis 1981 Oh darling why d'you talk so fast Another evening just flew past tonight An. .
Desperate Character - Студийный альбом от Kirsty MacColl. В альбом вошло 12 треков.
There's a Guy Works Down the Chip Shop Swears He's Elvis" was Kirsty MacColl's first hit single, charting in the UK at in 1981, and remaining in the charts for nine weeks. It reached in the Irish charts.
Artist: Kirsty MacColl. Album: Desperate Character (1981). Translations: German. A A. There's A Guy Works Down The Chip Shop Swears He's Elvis. Oh darling why’d you talk so fast. Another evening just flew past tonight. And now the daybreak’s coming in. And I can’t win and it ain’t right. You tell me all you’ve done and seen. And all the places you have been without me. Well I don’t really want to know. But I’ll stay quiet and then I’ll go. And you won’t have no cause to think about me. There’s a guy works down the chip shop swears he’s Elvis . Translations of "There's A Guy Works. English → German - maluca. Kirsty MacColl: Top 3. 1. In These Shoes?
Galore is a compilation album released by Kirsty MacColl in 1995. It features material previously released on the albums Desperate Character, Kite, Electric Landlady and Titanic Days, among other tracks by MacColl, totalling eighteen songs. It was her first release after returning to Stiff Records, and was the last in a run of poorly selling singles released between "There's a Guy Works Down the Chip Shop Swears He's Elvis" and "A New England". The music video featured an appearance from actor and comedian Ade Edmondson who played MacColl's rejected boyfriend who got her back after fighting off a rival man.
Kirsty Anna MacColl (10 October 1959 – 18 December 2000) was a British singer and songwriter. She recorded several pop hits in the 1980s and 1990s, including "There's a Guy Works Down the Chip Shop Swears He's Elvis" and cover versions of Billy Bragg's "A New England" and The Kinks' "Days". Her song "They Don't Know" was covered with great success by Tracey Ullman. MacColl also sang on recordings produced by her husband Steve Lillywhite, most notably "Fairytale of New York" by The Pogues.
Written by Kirsty MacColl and Philip Rambow. There are so many clips of Kirsty performing this song that they have their own Chip Shop performances page. Chords for Chip Shop, transcribed by akoustic.
Galore Kirsty MacColl, Pogues. Record Label Virgin, 7243 8 39982 27. Year of production 1995. 3. 4. He's On The Beach. 5. Fairytale of New York. 6. Miss Otis regrets. 11. Don't come the cowboy with me Sonny Jim! 12. Walking down Madison.
There’s a Guy Works Down the Chip Shop Swears He’s Elvis (Country Version). Kirsty MacColl‘s 1981 debut album finally takes its CD bow. Full of charm, humour and her quirky ear for what makes a great pop song, there s a diversity and eclecticism at work here that brings together the cheeky pop of the Top 20 hi. hip Sho. the swing jazz of The Real Ripper, the kinky reggae of the Hollies Just One Look, the feisty new wave energy of Clock Goes Round and the faux-country cover of George Jones’ He Thinks I Still Care