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Lloyd Cole Lyrics


Everything you touch turns into gold
Got everything you want at 24
So what do you do
When all your dreams come true
What do you believe in
There's nothing left to want
So who do you blame when nothing is wrong
And what do you do
(all your dreams)
When all your dreams come true

Are you feeling lucky are you feeling lost
Was it all too easy now how do you get it off
Cause your train won't stop
Now all your dreams came true

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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

Kenneth Taylor

Wow - that was wonderful, great episode! Great to see Mark take more of a lead too, for obvious reasons I guess.

I remember going to the Glasgow Apollo in the early 80s to see PiL. There was a guy hanging around the door with an axe in his hand. When I saw him, I said to my chum "let's go for a walk around the block and come back" - who goes to see a gig with an axe?! Leaving the house, wallet, yep, house keys, yep. Axe, yep.
Great to hear Lloyd's pal (and old friend of the podcast, Robert Forster, get a mention - it would be fantastic to have him on here. Not that Mark or Heppo would probably know about these things but "The Clarke Sisters" - such a great song - is on "Tallulah")
The comment "it's okay to like the Doors until your 21" is probably the best comment I've heard on here recently, and is so right!
Loved seeing Lloyd show PiL "Metal Box" too. For me, one of the top three best rock albums ever made, along with the self titled third VU album and Television "Marquee Moon".
Great to hear Lloyd mention the Tim Burgess listening parties on here again, Lloyd's back again later tonight and he is a bit of a Listening Party king. He gives wonderful comments on his albums. Also, get Tim on here!
Also, The Only Ones is Peter Perrett, not John - I mean, come on!
Finally, Lloyd's favourite album - Kraftwerk "Computer World", fantastic. Such a shame Heppo gave it 4/10 in his Smash Hits review at the time!



All comments from YouTube:

Brian Harris

Some of us have never given up on Marc Bolan- everyday playlist includes T-Rex.

Lester Bonnett

I have had the distinct pleasure of meeting Lloyd a couple of times, and he is truly a gentleman. What a genuine, warm fellow who always had time for fans. I've always been a massive fan and I'm so pleased to hear that Patreon represents a platform that allows him to stay productive and profitable. And hearing him mention Paddy and Prefab Sprout was so wonderful, as Paddy and Lloyd represent - to me - the pinnacle of smart, catchy intellectual pop. Love it!

Michael Dunne

A bit rockist but it certainly caused me to go back and listen to a few things I haven’t heard in yonks.

cosmicdrifter287

Lloyd got a great,great vibe going on.Amazing taste in music of course and excellent musician himself.Inspiring too.I heard you Guys mentioned that this show was coming up.Can't believe i missed this one,so glad i catched up.

Tony Alcock

What a really nice fella. One of your best chats, I reckon. Thanks guys!

Paul Goffin

Standards By Lloyd Cole was my number 1 album of the year back in 2013. Great interview

Jules Brown Off The Cuff Reviews

Lovely stuff. So pleased Lloyd is a fan of The Go-Betweens & Sheet Music by 10cc. The Clarke Sisters is on Tallulah by the way Lloyd :-)

Mark Firth

I had a ticket for a Lloyd Cole gig in Yarm in April 2020. Cancelled. Look forward to a rescheduled date at some point.

MrSteve

I've got a great memory of you two on BBC2 watching Rock Around the Clock in 1983 and waiting for American Graffiti, what a film.

Dave Sanderson

My similar memory was an earlier all-nighter in 79 or 80 I think....and staying up till four in the morning to watch The Police In The East.

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