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  1. Graham Parker - Saturday Nite Is Dead (Live) Lyrics. Pre>intro d dsus4d dm d(4 times) Everybody just looks ugly now information don't compute I draw a blank every time I think The football cro.
  2. Saturday night is dead Saturday night is dead Yeah it's dead It must have been murder it ain't no accident Oh no it means nothing to me The clock goes tick tick tick in my head Saturday is dead.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Squeezing Out Sparks on Discogs/5(4).
  4. Later reissued as part of Squeezing Out Sparks+ Live Sparks Discovering Japan, Local Girls, Nobody Hurts You, You Can't Be Too Strong, Passion Is No Ordinary Word, Saturday Nite Is Dead, Love Gets You Twisted, Protection, Waiting for the UFO's, Don't Get Excited.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Squeezing Out Sparks + Live Sparks on Discogs.4/4(1).
  6. Lyrics to "Saturday Night Is Dead" by GRAHAM PARKER & THE RUMOUR: Everybody just looks ugly now information don't compute / I draw a blank every time I think / The football crowd is going to give me a boot / [Chorus:] / And Saturday night is dead Saturday night is dead / .
  7. Howlin' Wind () White Honey Nothin's Gonna Pull Us Apart Silly Thing Gypsy Blood Between You and Me Back to Schooldays Soul Shoes Lady Doctor You've Got to Be Kidding Howlin' Wind Not If It Pleases Me Don't Ask Me Questions Bonus tracks on reissueI'm Gonna Use It Now Live at Marble Arch () White Honey That's What They All Say Back Door Love Back to Schooldays Silly Thing .
  8. Squeezing Out Sparks is the fourth studio album by English singer-songwriter Graham Parker and his band the Rumour. The album was released in March The album was released in March Although the Rumour were not credited on the cover, their name was included on the album industrial.grahuginnmizragoremnerim.infoinfo: New wave.
  9. There are good reasons why Squeezing Out Sparks is widely considered Graham Parker's finest hour. For one thing, it was the leanest, meanest moment on record by Parker and The Rumour. Here they left behind the soul-slathered pub rock of their acclaimed early albums in favor of a stripped-down sound that had more in common with the new wave scene for which they'd helped lay the groundwork.

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