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come on eileen

come on eileen

song – come on eileen
Artist – Dexys Midnight Runners
Album – Too-Rye-Ay
Awards – Brit Award for British Single
Genres – Alternative/Indie, Pop
Released – 1982

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Come on, Eileen
Poor old Johnny Ray
Sounded sad upon the radio

But he moved a million hearts in mono
Our mothers cried, sang along,
who’d blame them
You’re grown so grown up
So grown so grown up

Now I must say more than ever
Come on, Eileen
Too ra loo ra too ra loo rye aye
And we can sing just like our fathers

Come on, Eileen, oh I swear what he means
At this moment, you mean everything
You in that dress, my thoughts I confess
Verge on dirty

Ah, come on, Eileen
Come on… These people ’round here
Wear beat down eyes sunk in smoke dried faces

They’re resigned to what their fate is
But not us (no, never), no, not us no, never
We are far to young and clever
Remembe

Too ra loo ra too ra loo rye aye
And you’ll hum this tune forever
Come on, Eileen, oh, I swear (what he means)
Ah, come on let’s take off everything

come on eileen – mp3 audio song download, Dexys Midnight Runners

That pretty red dress, Eileen tell him yes
Ah, come on let’s, ah, come on…
That pretty red dress, Eileen tell him yes
Ah come on let’s, ah, come on, Eileen, please

Come on … too rye aye
Come on, Eileen, too rye aye
Now you’re full grown
Now you have shown
Oh, Eileen

Said, come on, Eileen
These things they are real and I know
How you feel
Now I must say more than ever
Things ’round here have changed

I say, too ra loo ra, too raloo rye aye
Come on, Eileen
Oh, I swear what he means
At this moment, you mean everything
You in that dress, my thoughts I confess
Verge on dirty

Ah, come on, Eileen
Oh, come on…
Oh, I swear what he means
At this moment, you mean everything

In that dress, oh, my thoughts I confess
Well, they’re dirty
Come on…
Come on, Eileen

Like most Americans, acclaimed outside the box rocker Ted Leo found Dexys Midnight Runners through their 1982 crush “Please Eileen.”

And after that like most Americans, he speedily disregarded them.

It wasn’t until the mid ’90s, while fronting the mod-punk gathering Chisel, that Leo investigated Dexys.

Etch was drawing on what Leo calls “essential sources” like The Jam and The Clash, and he was amazed to adapt exactly how perfectly Dexys opened into that heredity of impacts.

“The more seasoned you get the more individuals you converse with,” says Leo, who’ll observe St. Patrick’s Day by fronting a 10-piece Dexys tribute band this Sunday (March 17) at the Bell House in Brooklyn. ”

You’d hear these gossipy tidbits, in any event in those days, of the mythical ‘great Dexys records.’

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So that wound up one of those back-of-my-mind things, to dependably be searching for those records. Furthermore, they were, truth be told, great.”

What Leo found the more profound he ran with Dexys was a gathering that left the British punk scene of the late ’70s and built up a new solid established in ’60s R&B.

As a music fan, Leo valued that combo, and as the child of an Irish mother, he related to the Celtic twists and gestures to Irish pride that have dependably been available in Dexys’ music.

It was bounty barely noticeable all that while Leo was experiencing childhood in New Jersey during the ’80s. All anybody knew was “Please Eileen,” a cheerful chime in so radiantly bizarre and snappy you figure it must be some sort of joke.

The melody conveyed strings and banjos to top 40 radio and beat the Billboard Hot 100 for one sublime week in 1983.

A great part of the achievement was because of the music video, which highlights Dexys having a tramp road corner celebration in loose overalls.

It was only the sort of silly clasp that could make a band’s profession in the beginning of MTV.

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