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"Blame the Weather" is a song by Colin Moulding. An English Settlement outtake, it appeared in 1982 as a B-side to the "Senses Working Overtime" 7" single. It was also released as its own promo single with the April 1982 issue of Trouser Press magazine. It later appeared in 1990 on the odds-and-ends compilation Rag and Bone Buffet.

QuotesEdit

Andy: “From English Settlement.”

LyricsEdit

When your love's flown out the window,

And the pain comes through the door

Once again you've missed the boat,

And you're stranded on the shore

And you find out that what you had,

Was never yours at all,

Friends and lovers that you knew so well,

Will never take your calls


So,

You blame the weather,

Oh-oh,

Blame the weather,

Oh-oh,

Blame the weather,

Oh-oh

Can't you see you're in your prime?

You're turning creases into lines


If you play the game

You've got to be prepared to take a knock,

You get put down so many times,

But you keep on getting up

So put your tears away,

And don't forget to worry is a crime,

Nothing bears thinking about too much,

You'll be old before your time


So,

You blame the weather,

Oh-oh,

Blame the weather,

Oh-oh,

Blame the weather,

Oh-oh

Can't you see you're in your prime?

You're turning creases into lines


The pool of tears you left to drown in,

The helping hands that never came,

The years you lost out to another,

All up in flames


So,

You blame the weather,

Oh-oh,

Blame the weather,

Oh-oh,

Blame the weather,

Oh-oh

Can't you see you're in your prime?

You're turning creases into lines

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