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Gods Comic - Elvis Costello - Unplugged & Unshaved


1991
Label: The Smoking Crocodile - SMOKE II • Format: CD Album, Unofficial Release • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock
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Lyrics submitted by edwartica. Log in now to tell us what you think this song means. Create an account with SongMeanings to post comments, submit lyrics, and more. Log in. Mixtapes Forums Lyrics Artists add Journals. Artists - E. God's Comic is found on the album Acoustic Tales Live. Elvis Costello — God's Comic. Read More Edit Wiki. Are you scared? God's Comic song meanings. Add your thoughts 4 Comments. General Comment That second verse is probably the best verse of any Elvis Costello song Its kind of interesting - the agnostic flare of it.

No Replies Log in to reply. There was an error. General Comment This song needs Oh! Whatcha Do - The Cadillacs - For Collectors Only love -- one of my all-time favorites.

The images of grotesque entertainer, the disappointed and apathetic deity, and Santa Claus, who might actually all be the same person, are wonderful and unsettling. General Comment "wondering if I should have given the world to the monkeys" what a legendary line, one of the most interesting songs ever written, love the premise.

DeclanMacManus I can tell by your user name that you're a big fan of Elvis. Me, too. When Gods Comic - Elvis Costello - Unplugged & Unshaved saw him perform this song a long time ago, the band came to a stop after this line and played a few bars of I'm A Believer Flag jkryanspark on June 12, My Interpretation A great song from a 'different' kind of Costello album. He abandons the Attractions and his power pop sensibilities and turns out some great tunes with the usual killer lyrics.

He's among the best and most thought provoking lyricists, and also likes to engage in wonderful word play. I appreciate any song that casts dispersion upon religion and this is one of my favorites. Imo, the central theme is that humans are so mediocre that God is either non-existent or has a wicked sense of humor. I mean, how else can one explain Trump? Rate These Lyrics. Log in now to add this track to your mixtape! We do not have any tags for God's Comic lyrics.

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  1. Sep 30,  · Elvis Costello and Mumford & Sons - The Ghost of Tom Joad & Do Re Mi Medley (Acoustic Cover) - Duration: ONE 4,, views.
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  3. Elvis Costello - Unplugged & Unshaved (A Beard Years Anthology) [ Reviews] [ Want lists] Elvis sings some of the words to "I Want You" over the outro chord changes to "So Like Candy" God's Comic (MacManus) TV: BBC Late Show (date unknown) Elvis Costello: 7. .
  4. Front of booklet and spine: "Unplugged & Unshaved" Disc: "Unplugged And Unshaven" Tracks Elvis Costelleo & The Rude 5, MTV Unplugged, Warner Hollywood Studios W, Hollywood, recorded afternoon 3 June (50 minutes show edited to 24 minutes), aired 3 July Tracks Elvis Costello solo, Late Show, BBC TV, aired 20 February (not.
  5. The title is given as "Unplugged & Unshaved" on the cover and "Unplugged And Unshaven" on the disc. Quality. Sound quality is surprisingly consistent despite coming from 3 different sources. It's not flawless, but it's very good throughout. - Andrew Neumeyer; The MTV tracks suffer from transmission interference, but otherwise quite acceptable.
  6. God's Comic Lyrics: I wish you'd known me when I was alive, I was / A funny feller / The crowd would hoot and holler for more / I wore a drunk's red nose for applause / Oh yes I was a comical priest.
  7. My InterpretationA great song from a 'different' kind of Costello ishndoraakirtaum.infoinfo abandons the Attractions and his power pop sensibilities and turns out some great tunes with the usual killer lyrics. He's among the best and most thought provoking lyricists, and also likes to engage in wonderful word play.

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