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Show song. Songs lyrics and translations to be found here are protected by copyright of their owners and are meant for educative purposes only. Report illegal content. Playlist Share. If I'd like to have my breakfast hot Madame Carpe will make me pay, And I have to fetch the eggs myself And the barn's a mile away.
It's cold and wet But still I get an omelet on my plate, But in my head I'm back in bed Snuggled up and sleeping late. If I want some eggs I ring the bell And the maid comes running in, And she serves them on a silver tray And she brings the cookie tin.
And while I eat she rubs my feet And strolling minstrels play, But I'd rather be in my library Reading science books all day. I'm just like you you are? You're just like me There's somewhere else we'd rather be Somewhere that's ours Somewhere that dreams come true Yes I am a girl like you. You'd never think that it was so But now I've met you and I know, It's plain as day Sure as the sky is blue I am a girl like you.
First I choose a fabric from the rack And I pin the pattern down, And I stitch it in the front and back And it turns into a gown! I wear my gown Without my crown And dance around my room And imagine life without the strife Of an unfamiliar groom. I'm just like you I think that's true You're just like me Yes I can see. We take responsibility We carry through We carry through Do what we need to do. Yes I am a girl like you. I'm just like you I'm just like you You're just like me You're just like me It's something anyone can see A heart that beats A voice that speaks the truth Yes I am a girl like you.
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As much a document of it's time as a satire on the sexual mores and confusions of the period, Miller's still remarkably fresh debut feature is buoyed by it's terrific cast and a typically excellent Stanley Myers score. Tem para vender? Venda na Amazon. Take a Girl Like You. Compra verificada.
Psychedelic Celluloid is the definitive guide to the decade when swinging London was the film capital of the world. Illustrated throughout with colour images of the period and covering over British and European films and TV shows, Psychedelic Celluloid moves from the Beatles via Bond spin offs to crazy personal folies des grandeurs, Blow Up and its imitators, concert movies, documentaries, stylish horror films and many more. Carefully researched and drawing on interviews with some of the survivors of the era, Psychedelic Celluloid provides a witty and detailed account of each major production, listing its stars, directors, producers and music and showing how they were linked to the fashion and trends of the period. Although published in paperback, this title is an engaging coffee table-type book.
Take A Girl Like You (1970)
Was Reed the reason Hayley chose as her next picture a story about a lady studying penguins? Chester Directed by Jonathan Miller. When the Hollywood studios all but collapsed at the end of the s, the British Film Industry took a major hit as well. No more Yankee dollars pouring in curtailed production, especially of big-ticket productions with international appeal. Hammer Films suddenly had difficulty securing American distribution. With the loosening of censorship, industry veterans took whatever jobs could be found. He adapted the novel by Kingsley Amis, a respected literary figure. The virginal Northern schoolteacher Jenny Bunn Mills comes to a small provincial town and is immediately swept up in the petty issues of the Thompson boarding house. Her new landlord Dick Thompson John Bird is an obnoxious lecher; after a night of drinking he all but tries to rape Jenny. Going to parties with the awkward Scot Graham Ronald Lacey and the wealthy landholder Julian Ormerod Noel Harrison , Jenny is confused by the general setup, sexually speaking.
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Cautious in interviews, authors tend to reveal in their diaries or letters their true view of their work. And in this year's The Letters Of Kingsley Amis, we can follow the gestation and reception of the novel now adapted for television: Take A Girl Like You, a story of male erotic offence and female sexual defence in the 50s. In , in the early stages of writing, Amis tells Philip Larkin that he has "devised a character who can say more of what I think than any previous". This is intriguingly candid as the narrative-driving chap - Patrick Standish - is a remorseless philanderer who treats a provincial virgin, Jenny Bunn, like ground to be seized in a war.
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The estimable Jonathan Miller who prefers his knighthood's 'Sir' socially omitted is perhaps best known as a theatre director, famous for being trained as a neurologist in the 50s and then suddenly diverting his career into comedy. As you do. He went on to produce television arts programmes and helm huge stage productions, both plays and operas. So a significant percentage of his vast creative output remains in the memories of those lucky enough to have seen these productions. He remains an atheistic, rational left wing polymath with no love of Thatcher or Blair and profoundly involved with art of all kinds. So it came as something of a surprise to learn that he had directed just the one movie, based on a book published a decade before the film appeared. I mention this because the book feels like a pre-sixties take on British society but interpreted through a late sixties lens. Its subject and treatment seem a little distant from Miller's other screen work perhaps this is the point and the novel is adapted by one of the most flamboyant and approachable artists of the twentieth century, jazz musician George Melly.