Ooh, Yeh, Yeh. This song is by Graham Coxon and appears on the album A + E (2012). Walking in my Sunday suit, eyes on fireCame across you walking on the other side"Hey there where you going, are you out of your mind?""Say there where you going, so out of your mind?". Off the curb he stumbles, he's high on amphetamineThoughts are disappearing through the cracks in his mind"I see you're still straightened out, I'm high as a kite""I can't get myself together, try as I might".
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And you say "Ooh, yeh, yeh". Off the curb he stumbles, he's high on amphetamine Thoughts are disappearing through the cracks in his mind "I see you're still straightened out, I'm high as a kite" "I can't get myself together, try as I might". And I say "Ooh, yeh, yeh", and I say "Ooh, yeh, yeh" Ooh, yeh, ye. .Walking in my Sunday suit, eyes on fire Came across you walking on the other side Mind is disappearing like water in sand Thoughts are disappearing through the cracks in the land
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A+E is the eighth studio album by British singer-songwriter Graham Coxon, released on 2 April 2012 through Parlophone. The album was made as a "reaction" against Coxon's prior album, The Spinning Top, which consisted of psychedelic folk songs. A+E, on the other hand, consists of pop rock songs. Coxon, who is also the guitarist of Blur, recorded 21 songs during the album's two-month-long recording process with producer Ben Hillier.
Ooh Yeah! is the thirteenth studio album by American pop music duo Daryl Hall & John Oates, issued in 1988. The album was their first to be released by Arista Records. Though it went platinum and produced a hit with "Everything Your Heart Desires", it charted lower and sold fewer copies than the band's previous albums. Arranged and Produced by Daryl Hall, John Oates and Tom "T-Bone" Wolk. Recorded by Mike Scott; assisted by Gary Wright.