Do You Want To

Album: You Could Have It So Much Better (2005)
Charted: 4 76
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Songfacts®:

  • This song was written as somewhat of a joke after Alex Kapranos came home from a party one night where people were yelling the most ridiculous and profane things to each other. The lyrics are basically some things that he heard different women shouting at him over the noise of the party. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    John - Rupert, ID
  • This song was used as the ending theme to Paradise Kiss, an anime series. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Mariko - Ottawa, Canada

Comments: 4

  • Kelsey from Brandon, FlThis is one of my favorite Franz Ferdinand songs.
  • Melissa from Newtown, Pasoo catchy
  • Alisa from Franklin, WiAlex was kinda drunk when he wrote this song. But i think this is song is way better then Take Me Out.
  • Iara from Santiago, Chilethe catchiest Franz Ferdinand song ever!!! Hope that they make the gig here in Chile...
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