Are 'Friends' Electric?

Album: Replicas (1979)
Charted: 1
  • it's cold outside
    And the paint's peeling off of my walls
    There's a man outside
    In a long coat, grey hat, smoking a cigarette

    Now the light fades out
    And i'm wondering what i'm doing in a room like this
    There's a knock on the door
    And just for a second i thought i remembered you

    So now i'm alone
    Now i can think for myself
    About little deals
    And *issues*
    And things that i just don't understand
    Like a white lie that night
    Or a slight touch at times
    I don't think it meant anything to you
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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Comments: 5

  • Waseem Afzal from IslamabadI was 16 when this hit the charts ! It was mesmerising then & later on also; today I still love it and the slower version with AllSaints.
  • Quadra from Detroit, MiThe Memorymoog wasn't produced until 1982 so it does NOT make an appearance on this song. Moog Minimoog, Moog Polymoog, Roland SH-2000 and Fender Rhodes Electric Piano are the ONLY keyboards on this album.
  • Rob from Vancouver, CanadaI like this much better than 'cars'.
  • Bendover from Sydney, AustraliaRed Headed lady reaching for an apple gonna take a bite wait nope, shes gonna breath on it first and wipe it on her BLOUSE!!!!!!!!!
  • T.r. from South Bend, InAn incredible amount of people also made covers of this song. Of them, there are: Moloko, Kill Switch Klick, Killing Miranda, An Pierle, Information Society, Nancy Boy, Jessica's Crime, Pig, Failure, and Replicants.
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