De Tijdloze website bevat statistieken en informatie over de Tijdloze 100. Dit is de allertijden-lijst van Studio Brussel. Op het einde van elk jaar zend StuBru het beste uit de rockgeschiedenis uit. Op deze site vind je alle lijsten sinds 1987 en allerhande statistieken.
|Origineel op album||Bloody Tourists (1978)|
|In de Tijdloze|
I was walking down the street Concentrating on trucking right I heard a dark voice beside of me And I looked round in a state of fright I saw four faces one mad A brother from the gutter They looked me up and down a bit And turned to each other I say I don't like cricket, oh no I love it I don't like cricket, oh no I love it Don't you walk through my words You got to show some respect Don't you walk through my words 'Cause you ain't heard me out yet Well he looked down at my silver chain He said I'll give you one dollar I said you've got to be joking man It was a present from me Mother He said I like it I want it I'll take it off your hands And you'll be sorry you crossed me You'd better understand that you're alone A long way from home And I say I don't like reggae, no no I love it I don't like reggae, oh no I love it Don't you cramp me style Don't you queer on me pitch Don't you walk through my words 'Cause you ain't heard me out yet I hurried back to the swimming pool Sinking pina coladas I heard a dark voice beside me say Would you like something harder She said I've got it you want it My harvest is the best And if you try it you'll like it And wallow in a Dreadlock Holiday And I say Don't like Jamaica, oh no I love her Don't like Jamaica, oh no I love her, oh yeah Don't you walk through her words You got to show some respect Don't you walk through her words 'Cause you ain't heard her out yet I don't like cricket I love it (Dreadlock Holiday) I don't like reggae I love it (Dreadlock Holiday) Don't like Jamaica I love her (Dreadlock Holiday) ...
In de Tijdloze
2 noteringen (1987, 1992)