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(lyrics: "Who Were We?") / (music: "Who Were We?")
(TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
(writer: "Perfect Lovesong")
(writer: "Les Jours Tristes (instrumental)")
Album as The Divine Comedy:
Fanfare for the Comic Muse (1990)
6 Interviews |
2 Articles |
The Divine Comedy | Duckworth Lewis Method
5' 7" (1.7 m)
Did You Know?
The one thing that seems to be missing from pop lyrics is the desire to communicate. In the past, songs always seemed to be about something - love, sex, class, war, religion, drugs, death. We still had silly pop songs but they sounded meaningful, even when they obviously weren't. Like Bowie (David Bowie
) - he was the king of that. I'm sure most of his songs didn't mean anything but the lyrics ...
Attended the same secondary school (Portora Royal School, Enniskillen) as Zara Turner, Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett and Henry Francis Lyte (composer of the hymn Abide With Me). Although of these obviously only at the same time as Zara.
Big, warm baritone voice