Jig of Life
Kate Bush

Hello old Lady
I know your face well
I know it well
She says - ohh-na-na-na-na
I'll be sitting in your mirror
Now is the place where the
crossroads meet
Will you look into the future

Never, never say goodbye
To my part of your life
No, no, no
Oh, oh, oh
Let me live
She said c'mon let me live
She said c'mon let me live girl

This moment in time
It doesn't belong to you
It belongs to me
And to your little boy and to your
little girl
And the one hand clapping
Where on your palm is my little line
When you're written in mine
As an old memory
Ohh-na-na-na-na-na
Never never never say goodbye
To my part of your life
No, no, no, no
Never, never, never, never
Let me go.
She said c'mon let me live
She said c'mon let me live girl


Capitol (1985)

Written by Kate Bush

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Tripley's Pick! 
Up Close and Personal:

Kate Bush    (30 Jul 1958)

Megastar!  Why? Eclectic, out of the usual, amazing vocals, artsy and extremely literate songs!

Kate Bush is an English singer, songwriter, musician, actress, dancer, director and record producer. "Her eclectic musical style and idiosyncratic lyrics have made her one of England's most successful solo female performers of the past 30 years."

"Bush was signed by EMI at the age of 16 after being recommended by Pink Floyd's David Gilmour. In 1978, at age 19, her début song "Wuthering Heights" topped the UK charts for four weeks and made her the first woman to have a UK number one with a self-written song."

"After her 1979 tour, which was the sole tour of her career, she released the 1980 album Never for Ever, which made her the first solo female British singer to top the UK album charts. "

In 1987, she won a BRIT Award for Best British Female Solo Artist. She released eight albums, three of which topped the UK album charts, and had UK top ten hit singles with "Running Up That Hill," "King of the Mountain," "Babooshka," "The Man with the Child in His Eyes," and "Don't Give Up." "

"In 2002, her songwriting ability was recognised with an Ivor Novello Award for Outstanding Contribution to British Music."

"In 2005, she released Aerial, her first album in 12 years. The album was a UK success and earned her

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a BRIT Award nomination for Best Album and another for Best Solo Female Artist.."

"She has also been nominated for three Grammy Awards."

Genre: Alternative rock, Art rock, Pop rock

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