Lab Track: I Can’t Believe That You Would Fall For All The Crap In This Song

Lab Track: I Can’t Believe That You Would Fall For All The Crap In This Song

For today’s lab track, the title says it all. Sparks is a band that dates back to the early 70s known for their off-kilter lyrics and whimsical stage presence. I discovered them for this skeptical tune, but have since delved further because they’re just generally awesome (You can pick up the album that contains this track here). Enjoy!

I Can’t Believe That You Would Fall For All The Crap In This Song
Sparks

I want you
and only you and only you, my love
I need you
and only you and only you, my love

I can’t believe that you would fall for all the crap in this song
I can’t believe that you would fall for all the crap in this song

I’ll be true
Forever true, forever true, my love
Stay with you
forever you, forever you, my love

I can’t believe that you would fall for all the crap in this song
I can’t believe that you would fall for all the crap in this song

I want you
and only you and only you, my love
I need you
and only you and only you, my love

I can’t believe that you would fall for all the crap in this song
I can’t believe that you would fall for all the crap in this song

Forever you, forever you, my love
and only you and only you, my love
Forever you, forever you, my love
and only you and only you, my love

I want you
and only you and only you, my love
I need you
and only you and only you, my love

I can’t believe that you would fall for all the crap in this song
I can’t believe that you would fall for all the crap in this song

This has been another installment of Monday Lab Tracks. Send us your musical recommendations through our contact link at the top of the page, and tell us what you think of the song in the comments below!

Ashley Hamer (aka Smashley) lives in Chicago where she plays jazz saxophone, writes stuff, and does a lot of skeptickin'. She is currently recovering from being raised in the wooiest city in California and then living in Megachurch Texas, USA. Her tenor saxophone's name is Ladybird.

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  1. So what was I doing right before reading/listening to this? Listening to Tim Minchin’s If I didn’t have you (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gaid72fqzNE) because of what if?’s blog on “Soul Mates” http://what-if.xkcd.com/9/ . And yesterday I had to look up this old partially clips http://partiallyclips.com/2005/01/02/dinner-date/ as it was referenced from the newest one. http://partiallyclips.com/2012/08/26/romantic-couple/
    Coincidence? Yeah, I suppose it just has to be. :D

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