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  • Zulrajas says:
    The additional tracks are "Joe Public," from the Archaeology album; followed by "Baby S'il Vous Plait," a french language version of "Baby Let Me Be," (a knowing nod to the Beatles german language recordings, although the french lyrics are hilariously nowhere close to the english originals); and ending with "It's Looking Good," a rehearsal.
  • Fenritaur says:
    "Joe Public" by The Rutles sampled The Beatles's "Tomorrow Never Knows". Listen to both songs on WhoSampled, the ultimate database of sampled music, cover songs and remixes.
  • Tagrel says:
    Jul 15,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Rutles - Archaeology at Discogs. Complete your The Rutles collection.4/5(58).
  • Meztigore says:
    My name is Joe Public - I'm sure you all know me Sometimes they call me 'the man in the street' But I don't mind I've got my place in society I've got my feet on the ground I've got my pride and my prejudices No one can push me around My name is Joe Public - I'm sure you all know me Sometimes they call me 'the proletariat' But I don't mind They know me for my common sense They know they can't.
  • Gujar says:
    Lyrics of JOE PUBLIC by The Rutles: My name is Joe Public, I'm sure you all know me, Sometimes they call me 'The Man In The Street', But I don't mind.
  • Zulkikazahn says:
    These demo 'Archaeology' songs were first recorded in a barn in Suffolk by Steve 'All You Need Is' James with Neil 'Nasty' Innes, John 'Barry' Halsey and Mickey 'Magic' Simmonds - a little over 20 years ago today Tracks 1, 10 and 12 are additional material. Remixed by Neil Innes in of CD only available on the tour.5/5(1).

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