THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS ERA SINGLES

Includes scans of 7", 10", 12" singles, cassettes, CDs, promos, imports, limited editions and adverts.  Also includes track listings, catalogue numbers, release dates, chart positions, credits, liner notes and reviews.


 

THIS WHEEL'S ON FIRE

 

SINGLE

 
 
  UK 7" Single Track Listing  
 
 
  This Wheel's On Fire 7" Single - Click Here For Full Scan 
Cat:  SHE 11 
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This Wheel's On Fire (Edit) 
Shooting Sun
 
  UK 12" Single Track Listing  
 
 
  This Wheel's On Fire 12" Single Front Cover - Click Here For Full Scan 
Cat:  SHEX 11 
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This Wheel's On Fire (Incendiary Mix)
Shooting Sun
Sleepwalking (On The Highwire)
 
  Released: 09/01/87  
  UK Chart: No.14  
  US Chart: Didn't Chart  
  Sleeve Design: Banshees/Crocodile (London)  
  Producer: A Side: Banshees/Hedges  
  Producer: B Sides: Banshees  
       

 

IMPORTS/PROMOS

 
 
  UK Double 7" Single Gatefold Sleeve Track Listing  
 
 
  This Wheel's On Fire Double 7" Limited Edition Single Front Cover - Click Here For Full Scan 
Cat:  SHEG 11
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This Wheel's On Fire (Edit)
Shooting Sun
Sleepwalking (On The Highwire)
She Cracked
 
  Notes: Available as a limited edition double 7" single in a gatefold sleeve

 

 
  US 12" Promo Import Single Track Listing  
 
 
  This Wheel's On Fire US 12" Promo Import Single Front Cover - Click Here For Full Scan 
Cat:  PRO-A-2648
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This Wheel's On Fire (7" Version)
This Wheel's On Fire (LP Version)
 
       

 

PRESS

 
 
  NME 03/01/87  
 
 
  This Wheel's On Fire Advert Click Here For Bigger ScanAs one whose pre-pubescent ardour was first aroused by The Trinity's kohl-eyed and feather-cut Julie Driscoll and whose fashion sense was first alerted by Brian Auger's Regency cuffs as they flounced over his Hammond organ on Top Of The Pops, I can only applaud Siouxsie's latest excavation of the 1968 songbook.  Far more liberty-taking though less crystal-ball mysterious than their reverential 'Dear Prudence', I'll be disappointed if this terrific record doesn't blast Siouxsie and co up the chart pronto. 

Mat Snow

 
 


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  Description:  
  The band:  Siouxsie Sioux, Steven Severin, Budgie, John Carruthers.  Shot 10-13/11/86.  The original idea for the video revolved around a circus theme, wheels metamorphosing into circus tents with lots of basic turning imagery... but that got dismissed somewhere along the line in favour of filming the sensation of being out of control... charging along... horse drawn carriages... all motion... nothing stationary.  Filmed in the Berkshire countryside, the video centers around a horse drawn carriage (incidentally the same one used in all the old Hammer Horror Dracula movies).  The names of the horses, Dumpty & Cornet, are immortalised when they are scratched into the run out groove of the 7" single.  Siouxsie, in full Cruella DeVille mode scours the countryside picking up vulnerable young men along the route.  Some of the scenes in the actual wood are reminiscent of the 'Spellbound' video.  The rest of the action takes place in the Griphouse Studios, Greenford. Siouxsie drapes herself over what looks like a huge crystal ball while the silhouette of a large wagon wheel turning is superimposed over the footage.  Outstanding moment; Siouxsie twirling a trail of coloured ribbons, superimposed over the horses and carriage racing through the waterlogged track.  Received the honour of being BBC TV's Saturday Superstore Video Panel winner with 36 points.  
     
  Director:  
  Clive Richardson  
     
  Availability:  
  The Best Of (Sound & Vision) DVD
Twice Upon A Time Video
 
     

 

CREDITS

     
  This Wheel's On Fire Lyrics  
 
 
 

If your memory serves you well
We were going to meet again and wait
So I'm going to unpack all my things
And sit before it gets too late
No man alive will come to you
With another tale to tell
But you know that we shall meet again
If your memory serves you well
This wheel's on fire,
Rolling down the road,
Best notify my next of kin
This wheel shall explode

If your memory serves you well,
I was going' to confiscate your lace
And wrap it up in a sailor's knot
And hide it in your case
If I knew for sure that it was yours
But it was oh so hard to tell
But you knew that we would meet again
If your memory serves you well
This wheel's on fire
Rolling down the road
Best notify my next of kin
This wheel shall explode

If your memory serves you well
You'll remember you're the one
That called on me to call on them
To get you your favors done
And after every plan had failed
And there was nothing more to tell
You knew that we would meet again
If your memory served you well
This wheel's on fire
Rolling down the road
Best notify my next of kin
This wheel shall explode

 
     
  This Wheel's On Fire Credits  
     
  Bob Dylan - Lyrics
Sioux - Voice
Severin - Bass
Carruthers  - Guitar
Budgie - Drums
McCarrick - Keyboards & Cello
Gini Ball - Violin
Jocelyn Pook - Viola
 
     
  Inspiration/Influence/Band Comment  
     
  SIOUXSIE: "Dylan’s ’Wheels On Fire’ was me giving my bow to Julie Driscoll who did this wonderful version of it and who I still admire a lot for having been this strong and proud cool woman at a time when there were all these cute little-doll-like pop girlies." Source:  Rock World 01/10/92.
SIOUXSIE: "I had the hots for Julie Driscoll!. I can’t remember when this originally came out, but I’d have been about 11, and I was besotted by her, by the way she looked, by her voice. It was very different to watching Lulu on ‘Top Of The Pops’, this woman with a shaven head and huge black eyes. I thought she was incredibly beautiful, very spiky and strong and tough - not at all cute and cuddle and feminine. And I loved the song. It conjured up all sorts of fantastic stories for me." Source: Melody Maker 17/10/92.
SEVERIN: "It wasn’t until I dug it out of my record collection that I realised it was written by Bob Dylan." Source:  Melody Maker 17/10/92.
SIOUXSIE: "We nearly didn't do it when I found out itwas a Bob Dylan song. I sulked for ages." Source: Record Hunter 12/92.
 
     

 


     
  Shooting Sun Lyrics  
 
 
 

We’ve been waiting inside our fears
Eyes that scorn you imprison you with tears
Now awoken rise up your new age schemes
Just like the shooting sun mirrors your golden dreams

And we’ll wait for you ‘til dawn – ring it in
To stare back at the eyes that scorn – ring it in

We’ve been sinking with every step they spurn
Now we’re thinking it’s time for them to burn
Crept up slowly with a pocket full of beams
Softly spoken ‘Take these eyes and see’

And we’ll curse the years of stone – it’s ringing in
We’ll laugh in the eyes that scorn

We’ll light them one by one touched by the shooting sun
Flames run in golden streams echoing golden dreams
We’ll kiss them one by one just like the shooting sun

We’ll burst the ears of stone
We’ll laugh in the eyes that scorn – ring it in

We’ll light them one by one touched by the shooting sun
We’ll kiss them one by one like my shooting sun
My shooting son

 
     
  Shooting Sun Credits  
     
 

Sioux - Lyrics
Sioux - Voice & Piano
Severin - Bass & Emulator
Carruthers  - Guitar
Budgie - Drums

 
     

 


     
  Sleepwalking (On The Highwire) Lyrics  
 
 
 

You can see her now
High as the Horizon
Born into quicksand
And raised on the mud

Balancing on tiptoe
Sharpened to the blow
In a tangle of thunder
Falling helplessly below

Sleepwalking
Sleepwalking on the high wire
Sleepwalking
Sleepwalking into the open palm of the empty sky

You can't hurt her now
You can't reach her at all
A spiral of persuasion
Twists until freefall

Balancing on tiptoe
Angles plush and slow
An accident of circus
Falling helplessly below

Sleepwalking
Sleepwalking on the high wire
Sleepwalking
Sleepwalking into the open palm of the empty sky

 
     
  Sleepwalking (On The Highwire) Credits  
     
 

Severin - Lyrics
Sioux - Voice
Severin - Bass
Carruthers  - Perpetual Guitar
Budgie - Drums & Emu Percussion

 
     
  Inspiration/Influence/Band Comment  
     
  The title was inspired by the film Trapeze.  Source:  Downside Up liner notes.  
     

 


     
  She Cracked Lyrics  
 
 
 

When she was sensitive she understood me
Well she understood you and me and things in 1943
She does all these things that I can't stand
I get jealous when she stays with another man

She cracked
I'm sad but I wont
She cracked
I'm hurt you're right
Well she cracked I wont

She did things that I don't
She self destruct necessary to self enjoy
I self developed necessary to self help and

She cracked
I'm sad but I wont
She cracked
I'm hurt you're right
Well she cracked I wont

She did things that I don't
She eat garbage eat shit and get stoned
I stay alone
Eating health food at home

She cracked
I'm sad but I wont
She cracked
I'm hurt you're right and

She cracked
I'm sad but I wont
She cracked
I'm hurt but alright
And she cracked
I'm sad but I wont
She cracked
I'm hurt but alright

 
     
  She Cracked Credits  
     
 

Jonathon Richmond - Lyrics
Sioux - Voice
Severin - Bass
Carruthers  - Guitar
Budgie - Drums

 
     

 

THE PEEL SESSION #1

 

EP

 
 
  UK 12" & CD Single  Track Listing  
 
 
  The Peel Sessions 1 CD Single Front Cover - Click Here For Full Scan 
Cat: 
SFPSCD002
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Love In A Void 
Mirage
Suburban Relapse
Metal Postcard
 
  UK Cassingle Track Listing  
 
   
  The Peel Sessions Cassette Single Front Cover - Click Here For Full Scan 
Cat:  SFPSC 012
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Love In A Void 
Mirage
Suburban Relapse
Metal Postcard
 
 
   
  Released: 24/02/87  
  UK Chart: No.95  
  US Chart: Didn't Chart  
  Producer: Malcolm Brown  
       

 

IMPORTS/PROMOS

 
 
  French Import 7" Picture Disc Single Track Listing  
 
 
  The Peel Sessions French Import 7" Single Shaped Picture Disc Front - Click Here For Full Scan 
Cat:  671004 
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Love In A Void 
Mirage
Suburban Relapse
Metal Postcard
 
  Notes: Available as a limited edition (2500) 7" shaped picture disc single

 

 
  French Import CD Track Listing  
 
   
  The Peels Sessions French Import CD Front Cover - Click Here For Bigger Scan 
Cat:  642205
Love In A Void 
Mirage
Suburban Relapse
Metal Postcard
 
 
   
  Japanese Import Cassingle Track Listing  
 
 
  The Peel Sessions Japanese Import Cassette Front Cover  
Cat:  SPS001
Love In A Void 
Mirage
Metal Postcard
Suburban Relapse
 
 
   
  Notes: Backed with a Xmal Deutschland BBC Session  
       

 

CREDITS

     
  Love In A Void Lyrics  
 
 
 

Too many fools blocking my motion
Clouding my eyes, must be the potion
Spots in my eyes, must be the lotion
Spots in my eyes, must be the lotion

Love in a void
It's so numb
Avoiding love
Its so dumb
Love in a void

Too many bigots for my liking
Too many critics, too few writing
Rabid dogs that aren't biting
Rabid dogs that aren't biting

Love in a void
It's so numb
Avoiding love
Its so dumb
Love in a void

Jaded reputation on which you're staking
Lots of money for the making
For all the stars they're just faking
For all the stars they're just faking

Love in a void
It's so numb
Avoiding love
Its so dumb
Love in a void

 
     
  Love In A Void Credits  
     
 

Severin - Lyrics
Sioux - Voice
Severin - Bass
Morris - Drums & Percussion
McKay - Guitar

 
     

 


     
  Mirage Lyrics  
 
 
 

I'm just a vision on your TV screen
Just something conjured from a dream
Seen thro' your x-ray eyes
A see thro'  scene
The image is no images
It's not what it seems

My limbs are like palm trees
Swaying in the breeze
My body's an oasis
To drink from as you please
I'm not seeing what I'm meant to believe in
Your non-excuse for human being

It's not plain to see
That I'm playing with me
A photo fit of loose ends framed in 3-D
Seen thro' your x-ray eyes
A see thro' scene
The images no image is
It's not what it seems

 
     
  Mirage Lyrics  
     
 

Severin - Lyrics
Sioux - Voice
Severin - Bass
Morris - Drums & Percussion
McKay - Guitar

 
     
  Inspiration/Influence/Band Comment  
     
  MORRIS: "It's more the idea of blindness and screens rather than taking it down to TV. It's about walls, screens, inhibitions, inabilities, expressing oneself in public." Source:  Melody Maker  21/10/78.
SIOUXSIE: " 'Mirage' is about 'the image is no images, it's not what it seems' It's about people seeing us and taking what we do superficially." Source:  Sounds 03/12/77.
 
     

 


     
  Suburban Relapse Lyrics  
 
 
 

I'm sorry that I hit you
But my spring snapped
I'm sorry I disturbed your cat nap
But whilst finishing a chore
I asked myself 'what for?'
Then something snapped.
I had a relapse
A suburban relapse

I was washing up the dishes
And minding my own business
When my string snapped
I had a relapse
A suburban relapse

Should I?
Throw things at the neighbours
Expose myself to strangers
Kill myself or you?
Now memory gets hazy
I think I must be crazy
but my string snapped
I had a relapse
A suburban relapse

 
     
  Suburban Relapse Credits  
     
 

Sioux - Lyrics
Sioux - Voice
Severin - Bass
Morris - Drums & Percussion
McKay - Guitar

 
     
  Inspiration/Influence/Band Comment  
     
  SIOUXSIE: "It's committing a crime under the stresses of everyday life. Being so confused and... I don't know how anyone can be a judge, an actual one in court". Source:  Melody Maker 21/10/78.  
     

 


     
  Metal Postcard Lyrics  
 
 
 

Reunion begins with a glass of mercury
Whilst television flickers
With another News Bulletin
Flints light up the eyes
Of the seated family

Metal is tough, Metal will sheen
Metal won't rust when oiled and cleaned
Metal is tough, Metal will sheen
Metal will rule in my master scheme

With a clockwork jerk
Pluck cogs from fob watches
For dinner on Friday
Then recoiling say 'excuse me
Must go recycle
My precious machinery

Metal is tough, Metal will sheen
Metal won't rust when oiled and cleaned
Metal is tough, Metal will sheen
Metal will rule in my master scheme

It's ruling our lives
There is no hope
Thought I'd drop a line
The weather here is fine
But day and night
It blares
Commanding through loud speakers

Metal is tough, Metal will sheen
Metal won't rust when oiled and cleaned
Metal is tough, Metal will sheen
Metal will rule in my master scheme

 
     
  Metal Postcard Credits  
     
 

Sioux - Lyrics
Sioux - Voice
Severin - Bass
Morris - Drums & Percussion
McKay - Guitar

 
     
  Inspiration/Influence/Band Comment  
     
  Dedicated to the celebrated photomontage artist of the Twenties/Thirties, John Heartfield, the original title for this song was 'Letter To Heartfield'. The chorus is taken from one of Goerring's speeches during the Second World War.
SIOUXSIE: "It's a warning song. The whole propaganda of the Nazis at that time was very dangerous and it could easily creep its way in without there being all the hysteria of killing the Jews. Their whole propaganda could easily fit in today." How does she see this Metal Metropolis? "Not being able to get away from the commands of the day, not being able to escape, the idea of having cameras in your room and having people watching you..." Source:  Melody Maker 21/10/78.
SIOUXSIE: "What lies around the swastika I hate, but I also don't identify with blind patriotism either. I couldn't write a song based around Heartfield if I had that attitude." Source:  Melody Maker 17/02/79.
 
     

 

THE PASSENGER

 

SINGLE

 
 
  UK 7" Single Track Listing  
 
 
  The Passenger 7" Single Front Cover - Click Here For Bigger Scan 
Cat:  SHE 12
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The Passenger (Edit) 
She's Cuckoo
 
  UK 12" Single Track Listing  
 
 
  The Passenger 12" Single Front Cover Click Here For Full Scan 
Cat:  SHEX 12 
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The Passenger (LLLLLocio-motion Mix)
She's Cuckoo
Something Blue
 
  Released: 20/03/87  
  UK Chart: No. 41  
  US Chart: Didn't Chart  
  Sleeve Design: Crocodile (London)  
  Producer: A Side: Banshees/Hedges  
  Producer: B Sides: Banshees  
       

 

IMPORTS/PROMOS

 
 
  UK 7" Single Posterbag Sleeve Track Listing  
 
 
  The Passenger 7" Single Posterbag Sleeve Front Cover - Click Here For Full Scan 
Cat:  SHEG 12 
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The Passenger (Edit) 
She's Cuckoo
 
  Notes: Available in a limited edition posterbag sleeve

 

 
  US 12" Promo Import Single Track Listing  
 
 
  The Passenger US 12" Import Promo Single Front Cover - Click Here For Full Scan 
Cat:  PRO-A-2731
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The Passenger (Edit)
The Passenger (LP Version)
The Passenger (LLLLLocio-motion Mix)
 
   

 

 
  Brazilian 12" Import Single Track Listing  
 
 
  The Passenger Brazilian 12" Import Single Front Cover

 

The Passenger
 
  Notes: Backed with Level 42's 'Running In The Family'  
       

 

PRESS

 
 
  NME 1987  
 
 
  The Passenger Advert Click Here For Bigger ScanIt's hard to believe it, but Siouxsie Sioux will be 40 years old this summer... what a trooper! From their humble origin as the punk band nobody wanted to touch with a barge-pole, Sioux and Steve Severin have consistently steered the Banshees up the wrong side of the motorway, ignored road signs, crashed through red lights, and run over countless hapless pedestrians. They, of course, love a good car crash...

Nearly written off in a terrible acid casualty, when a truckload of Indian carpets, paisley shirts and Jefferson Airplane albums collided with the Banshee Batmobile, Sioux and Steve hobbled out of the incense fumes - giddy with LIFE and humour. During their convalescence, feet up and fright wig off, they whiled away the hours twittering and rediscovering their record collections. The result: a truly daft album. One of the beneficiaries of "Through The Looking Glass" is Iggy Pop, who has never held a driver's license in his life but has instead surfboarded blindfold through the rush-hour traffic, frequently ending up in a bruised and bloodied heap outside various corporations' doors. However, the Banshees' affectionate (just get a load of the horn section!) highly commercial rendition of Iggy's "The Passenger" is a wonderful tribute to his considerable songwriting talents; and for the Banshees, it's a sharp, surprising slap in the face to critics who saw their fate as only spontaneous combustion in a fire of their own morbidity and re-hashed hippy mysticism

 
 
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  Description:  
  The Band:  Siouxsie Sioux, Steven Severin, Budgie.  Although John Carruthers plays on this track, he had by this time left the band.  Shot 18-20/02/87 at Bell Studios, Middlesex.  The set consists of a large spinning/swinging Perspex contraption from which Siouxsie sings the song whilst silhouetted, outstretched hands touch and 'spin' her around..  The video opens with Budgie drumming some paint splattered drumsticks behind a Perspex screen.  The band play their respective instruments dressed in striking black and white.  At one point Severin simulates playing a double bass across Siouxsie naked back.  When not wearing a shimmering headdress and juggling metallic balls in the background, Siouxsie reveals her radical new Vidal Sassoon haircut.  The band are later seen linking arms, ala the 'Happy House' video, and high kicking whilst lit by neon streets signs and passing car headlights.  
     
  Director:  
  Clive Richardson  
     
  Availability:  
  Twice Upon A Time Video  
     

 

CREDITS

     
  The Passenger Lyrics  
 
 
 

I am the passenger
And I ride and I ride
I ride through the city's backside
I see the stars come out of the sky
Yeah the bright and hollow sky
You know it looks so good tonight
I am the passenger
I stay under glass
I look through my window so bright
I see the stars come out tonight
I see the bright and hollow sky
Over the city's ripped backside
And everything looks good tonight
Singing la-la-la-la
la-la-la-la
la-la-la-la
la-la-la-la
la-la-la-la
la-la-la-la
la-la
Get into the car
We'll be the passenger
We'll ride through the city tonight
We'll see the city's ripped backsides
We'll see the bright and hollow sky
We'll see the stars that shine so bright
Stars made for us tonight
O the passenger
How he rides
O the passenger
He rides and he rides
He looks through his window
What does he see
He sees the sign and hollow sky
He sees the stars come out tonight
He sees the city's ripped backsides
He sees the winding ocean drive
And everything was made for you and me
All of it was made for you and me
Because it just belongs to you and me
So lets take a ride and see what's mine
Singing la-la-la-la
la-la-la-la
la-la-la-la
la-la-la-la
la-la-la-la
la-la-la-la
la-la
O the passenger
He rides and he rides
He sees things from under glass
He looks through his window side
He sees things he knows are his
He sees the bright and hollow sky
He sees the city sleep at night
He sees the stars are out tonight
And all of it is yours and mine
And all of it is yours and mine
So lets ride and ride and ride and ride
Singing la-la-la-la
la-la-la-la
la-la-la-la
la-la-la-la
la-la-la-la
la-la-la-la
la-la

 
     
  The Passenger Credits  
     
  Pop/Gardiner - Lyrics
Sioux - Voice
Severin - Bass
Carruthers  - Guitar
Budgie - Drums
McCarrick - Keyboards
Luke Tumney - Trumpet
Martin Dobson - Saxophone
 
     
  Inspiration/Influence/Band Comment  
     
  SIOUXSIE: "Iggy Pop’s someone we’ve admired for a long time, and the first time we played France, our gig was cancelled without anyone telling us. But we found out that he was playing the same night, so we all bundled into a cab and, as we got there, in the distance, you could hear ’The Passenger’. The song is very much a journey in itself." Source: Melody Maker 17/10/92.
SEVERIN: "Something like 'The Passenger' is an obvious favourite. NME 21/03/87SEVERIN: "We thought for about a week that we couldn't possibly get away with covering 'Passenger'. Eventually we said, 'let's just do it and see what it sounds like'..." Source: NME 21/03/87.
 
     

 


     
  She's Cuckoo Lyrics  
 
 
 

Wryneck laughter from gatherings of stony chit-chat
As the Sea Swallows a golden eye beneath this black hat
A Scarlet Stealer, oo it's a cardinal sin
Blue Jay taker grabs your heart from within
Dab chick dipper do a thick kneed turn
Rough legged Buzzard watch the Butcher bird burn

Cuckoo, she's cuckoo for you

Night Jar purring, like a sewing machine
Ah shear water keeps this Kingfisher clean
I'm a Black Throated Diver, a Cherry Tree Creeper
Wax your wings now I'm a Turnstone Leaper

Oh scratch your white throat with a razor bill
Red Back shrikes 'neath the Yellow Hammer drill

Cuckoo, she's cuckoo for you

Oyster Catcher in the still of the night
Hooded Crow spirals like a Merlin Kite
Chiff-chaff chokes silent as a low Pintail
Stormcock screams into the teeth of a gale


Tie bunting knots around a Goatsucker
hear a toy-to" oh hear it chucker-chucker

 
     
  She's Cuckoo Credits  
     
 

Budgie - Lyrics
Sioux - Voice & Piano
Severin - Bass & Keyboards
Budgie - Organ, Drums & Percussion

 
     
  Inspiration/Influence/Band Comment  
     
  Originally titled 'He's Cuckoo', Budgie is inspired by the 'cuckoo' noise that emanates from his boiling kettle one morning,  leafs through his Observer Book Of Birds and writes the lyrics.  
     

 


     
  Something Blue Lyrics  
 
 
 

In midnight guise these cobalt eyes
Pierce the indigo skies
Filtering through a Prussian army
Paints a royal hue
Forget-me-nots and violet flames weave titanium chains
Of sapphire days and turquoise dreams
In floating ultra-marine

Something blue--something sparkling through
Out of the blue, I'm reminded of you

Forget-me-nots and violet flames weave titanium chains
Of sapphire days and turquoise dreams
In floating ultra-marine

Something blue--something sparkling through
Out of the blue, I'm reminded of you

 
     
  Something Blue Credits  
     
 

Siouxsie - Lyrics
Sioux - Voice
Severin - Keyboards & Sequencing
Budgie - Emu Choir & Emu Guitar