FEAR OF FLYING – Three’s A Crowd / Forget-Me-Nots (7″ Single)

Young & Lost Club YALC0011: 11th December 2006
1. Three’s A Crowd
“Two is company, but three’s a crowd, I thought there were no pets allowed”
2. Forget-Me-Nots
“They threw their watches into the lake, they had no need for time, and as the moon shone down on them, it showed the weathered marks of life”

‘Three’s A Crowd’ is a furious injection of Indie-Rock but to say it rips off ‘French Disko’ by Stereolab is an understatement of epic proportions.  Luckily, as with Fear Of Flying’s last single (It concerned a love affair between two bus drivers), the lyrics are spectacular and entirely their own.  The words are about a man’s paranoid thoughts of murder.  The twist is that his thoughts are directed at his girlfriend’s cat, because she loves him more.  ‘Forget-Me-Nots’ is the liberating story about the inhabitants of a retirement home throwing off the shackles of oppression and escaping in a ‘One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest’ style.

Click here to watch the rather wonderful video for ‘Three’s A Crowd’ on YouTube.

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3 Comments to “FEAR OF FLYING – Three’s A Crowd / Forget-Me-Nots (7″ Single)”

  1. Good job! Thanks! Thank you! for a informative post.

  2. Please you have the entire lyrics of Forget Me Nots?

  3. Please have you the entire lyrics of Forget Me Nots?

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