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Leisure (Special Edition)

Blur

1991

Album


Leisure (Special Edition)

Blur

Released: 26/08/1991

Genre: Rock

℗ 2012 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company



  • 4:46

    She's So High

  • 3:37

    Bang

  • 3:11

    Slow Down

  • 5:25

    Repetition

  • 4:24

    Bad Day

  • 6:00

    Sing

  • 3:24

    There's No Other Way

  • 3:14

    Fool

  • 3:52

    Come Together

  • 3:37

    High Cool

  • 3:49

    Birthday

  • 4:51

    Wear Me Down

12 songs, 50:10 total time, 103.57 MB

Song lyrics

[Verse 1]
I see her face everyday
I see her face, doesn't help me
I see her face everyday
I see her face, doesn't help me
...

She's So High

Blur


[Verse 1]
I see her face everyday
I see her face, doesn't help me
I see her face everyday
I see her face, doesn't help me

[Chorus]
She's so high
She's so high
She's so high
I want to crawl all over her
She's so high
She's so high
She's so high
I want to crawl all over her

[Verse 2]
Think of her everyday
Think of her, doesn't help me
Think of her everyday
Think of her, doesn't help me

[Chorus]
She's so high
She's so high
She's so high
I want to crawl all over her
She's so high
She's so high
She's so high
I want to crawl all over her

[Bridge]
She doesn't help me
She doesn't help me
She doesn't help me

[Chorus]
She's so high
She's so high
She's so high
I want to crawl all over her
She's so high
She's so high
She's so high
I want to crawl all over her
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"She's So High" Track Info



“She's So High” had been conceived in March 1988 as a loose rehearsal jam based around a four-chord sequence supplied by Alex James, the last member to join. The sequence – the same for the verses and chorus – was simplified by Graham who also wrote some lyrics to the verse while Damon was on holiday in Spain. ‘She's So High' remains the band's most democratically-written song. Overseen by the former Julian Cope producer Steve Lovell and his colleague Steve Power, it was recorded at Battery Studios in Willesdon in June 1990 during the World Cup.

Progress was slow. The looped bass took two days. The drums took a week. Lovell and Power doubted their musical ability – particularly Alex's – and insisted on “looping” as much as possible, mechanically repeating the same one-or-two-bar bass part troughout the song. But Blur were delighted to be in the same studio as the Stone Roses had used for ‘Fool's Gold'. And Alex was convinced ‘She's So High' was destined for number one.

Although lyrically negligible – a complaint common to much of Blur's early material – “She's So High” is both a masterful debut and proof positive that emotions in pop songs need not rely on the vocabulary of the writer. Simple and ingenuous, it has a ghostly melody and a daringly unhurried tempo – the only busy sound is the bass guitar – and in its long middle section, announced by Graham's backwards guitar (2.24), the song bursts into a six-second passage of disconsolate beauty (3.32-3.38). Before the backwards guitar finally exits – a full 90 seconds later – it has taken the song on a near-psychedelic excursion without a single note being wasted or the attention of the listener wavering.

– information courtesy of Select Magazine's 1995 “Blur – How Did They Do That?” feature