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Take the things that you're dreaming of
Fit them to the scheme of the stars above
Do it right and it might and it might show you ways
To read between the lines of what your baby says

The lights that light the end of the evening
Mark the edge between waking and dreaming
And electric-fingered light dislocates the night
When will the sky grow clear?

Katy told a story but Katy lied
She trusted in a future on the other side
And Katy had a mother used to sit her on her knee
And sing la-de-la-de-la-de-la-de-la, la-de-la-de-la

Oh - looking for adventure with the living dead
And "Pull the curtains tight" were the words she said
And let me run my fingers through your short dark hair
Send shudders down your backbone, shivers through the air

The lights that light the end of the evening
Mark the edge between waking and dreaming
And electric fingered light dislocates the night
When will the sky grow clear?

The Plough, the Pole star and the Plaeides
Dance around their handbags, singularities
Let me run my fingers through your short dark hair
Read between the lines of what your baby said

The lights that light the end of the evening
Mark the edge between waking and dreaming
And electric fingered light dislocates the night
When will the sky grow clear?

The lights that light the end of the evening
Mark the edge between waking and dreaming
And electric-fingered light dislocates the night
When will the sky grow clear?

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from Good Technology (1982​-​1984), track released November 1, 1984
Kidd/Lewis

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Red Guitars Hull, UK

Red Guitars were a product of the vibrant Hull music scene of the late 1970s. Encouraged by a review of their demo tape in the Melody Maker the band recorded a single, Good Technology, and released it on their own Self Drive label. John Peel played it on the radio, Tyne Tees Television filmed them for the Tube and Johnny Marr invited them to tour with the Smiths. They were up and running. ... more

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