Marianne Faithfull - Broken English album
Broken English is the seventh studio album by English singer Marianne Faithfull. It was released on 2 November 1979 by Island Records. The album marked a major comeback for Faithfull after years of drug abuse, homelessness, and suffering from anorexia. It is often regarded as her "definitive recording" and Faithfull herself described it as her "masterpiece".
Artist: Marianne Faithfull. Album: Broken English. Vinyl: VG. Jacket: VG-. E-Checks take up to a week to clear, and will not accept them. Marianne Faithfull Broken English LP Island Why D'Ya Do It Inner Sleeve. This is the LP Broken English by Marianne Faithfull. It is on the Island label. The original inner sleeve is here. The record is in VG condition with a couple of light paper scuffs Marianne Faithfull-Broken English-Island Records-ILPS 9570.
Lyrics to "Broken English" song by Marianne Faithfull: Could have come through anytime Cold lonely, puritan What are you fighting for? It's not my security. It's just an old war Not even a cold war Don't say it in Russian Don't say it in German Say it in broken English Say it in broken English. Lose your father, your husband Your mother, your children What are you dying for? It's not my reality. What are you fighting for? What are you fighting for?
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Marianne Faithfull's defiant 1979 comeback album shows her as the most punk of 60s icons. But on Broken English she usually was. If the era called for shock tactics, then Faithfull was happy to be shocking. The concluding Why'd Ya Do It's depiction of feminine hell-hath-no-fury rage contains a fuck, a cunt, two cocks, a dick, a balls, a pussy and a fanny (the latter "full of cobwebs") as well as posing the immortal question "Why did you spit on my snatch?": an impressive tally in a pre-hip-hop world