Laughing Gnome - Unknown Artist - Tribute To David Bowie (Vinyl, LP)

18.08.2019
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  • I was walking down the high street When I heard footsteps behind me And there was a little old man (hello) In scarlet and grey, shuffling away (laughter) Well he trotted back to my house And he sat beside the telly (oaah..) With his tiny hands on his tummy Chuckling away, laughing all day (laughter) Oh, I ought to report you to the gnome office (gnome office) Yes (hahahahaha) Ha ha ha, hee hee.
  • Sep 16,  · Made in England push-out centre edition with label matrix DR / printed upside down (inverted) above the cat number. Unlike the rerelease David Bowie - The Laughing Gnome where the numbers are the right way up. Only copies with inverted matrices on the A and B labels are the original release.4/5(58).
  • Aug 19,  · - Somewhere (David Bowie was reportedly planning a new album - Uncut) - Wistful (David Bowie was reportedly planning a new album - Uncut) (a ballad with a singer and just a piano player playing this arpeggiated thing) Bowie and the band “probably recorded 15 or 16 songs. (David Bowie was reportedly planning a new album - Uncut).
  • Feb 13,  · THE LAUGHING GNOME C Ab C I was walking- down the high street- when I heard footsteps behind me, Ab C F C F C and there was a little old man in scarlet and grey, chuckling away. Ab C Well he trotted- back to my house- and he sat beside the telly, Ab C F C F C with his tiny hands on his tummy, chuckling away, chugging all day. [spoken] "I ought to report you to the gnome office.".
  • NME tried to rig the voting on his Sound+Vision Tour by getting people to vote for The Laughing Gnome. Both songs were later included on the deluxe edition of David Bowie’s debut album.
  • Sped-up vocals representing said gnome work against Bowie's generally okay enough vocal, but some of the worst puns committed to vinyl are used throughout the too-whimsical-for-its-own-good storyline. Thankfully Bowie himself appreciates the full ridiculousness of it all, breaking down in laughter towards the end of the song.
  • David Bowie's 'The Laughing Gnome' by David Bowie Video (Directed by John Razimus) music video in high definition. Learn the full song lyrics at MetroLyrics.

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