My Legendary Girlfriend
by Pulp

Album: Seperations (1991)
  • This song originally went under the working title "Barry White Beat," and was more of a band collaboration than most Pulp songs, which would usually be an original idea by Jarvis Cocker presented to the band and worked on by everyone else.
  • The single originally came out in 1991 on 12" vinyl, and was only released on CD in 1996 - a limited edition 7" version also exists, released in 1992 on Caff Records and limited to only 500 copies.
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