Eels

Eels

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Steam engine


Well
Chuga chuga chuga chuga chuga chuga chuga

Steam engine
Rolling down the tracks
Station bell ringing
Gotta hurry back
Steam engine
Running outta steam
Go out with a bang now
Do you know what I mean?

My daddy drank it black and so do I
Another day, another coffee and the years go by
Too much lemon, not enough honey
Makes baby grumpy baby with a grudge to feed

Steam engine (steam engine)
Rolling down the tracks (rolling down the tracks)
Station bell ringing (gotta hurry back)
Gotta hurry back
Steam engine (steam engine)
Running outta steam (running outta steam)
Go out with a bang now
Oh man, what a scream
Sister said she's coming, she won't let me down
She knows my days are numbered and she wrote the number down
Always had it for me so get her here soon
Man, we're gonna dance, just look at her move

Watch her move
Says, "I like it like that"
Oh, she does

Steam engine (steam engine)
Rolling down the tracks (rolling down the tracks)
Station bell ringing (gotta hurry back)
Gotta hurry back
Steam engine (steam engine)
Running outta steam (running outta steam)
Go out with a bang now
Yeah, that would be a scream, see my engine gleam

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Biografia

Alt rock band Eels is primarily the work of one man, musician, singer-songwriter Mark Oliver Everett (also known as, Man Called E, Mr. E, or simply E; son of famed physicist Hugh Everett III). Everett formed the Eels with drummer Butch Norton and bassist Tommy Walter (also known as stage name Abandoned Pools) in 1995 when his solo career stalled. They quickly found fame with the release of their first album Beautiful Freak when a track from the album, "Beloved Monster" was used in the film Shrek. However it is their second album Electro-Shock Blues, which is considered Eels magnum opus. Written during a time of great personal tragedy for Everett (his sister committed suicide and his mother had terminal lung cancer). Eels have released six studio albums the most recent was 2005's Blinking Lights and Other Revelations, which is a deeply personal trip the Everett's spirituality and sanity, it is critically acclaimed but not commercially successful.

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