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R. Stevie Moore - Irony (1977)

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Uploaded on Dec 1, 2006

Edited by Nuno Monteiro 2006. Filmed on Hillhurst Drive, Nashville 1958 - feat. RSM age 6 and Bob Moore

"Maverick son of Bob Moore, the Nashville bassist who graced discs by greats from Elvis and Jerry Lee Lewis to Willie Nelson, R. Stevie swallows a dynamite tab of the British Sixties invasion, turns his back on a potentially profitable career as a country session player, and decides to become a DIY Sergeant Pepper instead." - Jack Barron

Unsung Father of Lo-Fi and DIY Pioneer, R. Stevie Moore - "Irony" from Sheetrock (1977). Get it Straight from its Source at: http://www.rsteviemoore.com/tp/sheetr...

Lyrics:

stop, you're overdoing everything
just like your father did
and you, you never listen to me at all

irony
what are you doing to me?
why you always give me
irony what are you giving to me
how can i be free?

and when i'm a victim of circumstance
i try to reason why i lose
i never quite understand at all

irony
what are you doing to me?
why you always give me
irony what are you giving to me
how can i be free?

so if there's an explanation to this
it's so ironic 'cause i need
to figure out what i mean in all

irony
what are you doing to me?
why you always give me
irony what are you giving to me
how can i be free?


http://www.rsteviemoore.com

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