Tubeway Army days, 1976-1979.
Down In The Park - Gary Numan + Tubeway Army
where the chant is “death, death, death” until the sun cries morning
Are ‘Friends’ Electric
Gary Numan & Tubeway Army
You know I hate to ask But are ‘friends’ electric? Mine’s broke down And now I’ve no one to love
Are “Friends” Electric? - Tubeway Army.
It’s cold outsideAnd the paint’s peeling off of my wallsThere’s a man outsideIn a long coat, grey hat, smoking a cigaretteNow the light fades outAnd I wonder what I’m doingIn a room like thisThere’s a knock on the doorAnd just for a second I thoughtI remembered youSo now I’m aloneNow I can think for myselfAbout little dealsAnd issuesAnd things that I just don’t understandA white lie that nightOr a sly touch at timesI don’t think it meant anything to youSo I open the doorIt’s the ‘friend’ that I’d left in the hallway'Please sit down’A candlelit shadow on a wall near the bedYou know I hate to askBut are 'friends’ electric?Only mine’s broke downAnd now I’ve no-one to loveSo I found out your reasonsFor the phone calls and smilesAnd it hurtsAnd I’m lonelyAnd I should never have triedAnd I missed you tonightIt must be time to leaveYou see it meant everything to me
GARY NUMAN TUBEWAY ARMY
Gary Numan - 1979 - Down In The Park
Gary Numan, Telekon tour Poster, August 1980.
Tubeway Army - Jo The Waiter
Gary Numan, centerfold.Smash Hits MagazineLondon: E.M.A.P. National Publications, Ltd., 1979.
Tubeway Army, That’s Too Bad / Oh! Didin’t I Say single (Beggars Banquet, 1978).
The Machman - Tubeway Army
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