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Country House por Blur es parte del álbum "The Great Escape (album)" y viene en el género Rock,General. Fue puesto en libertad 11 Sep 2006 bajo la etiqueta de VIRGIN. Derechos de autor retenidas por (C) 2000 EMI Records Ltd This label copy information is the subject of copyright protection. All rights reserved. (C) 2000 EMI Records Ltd.

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Las letras de Country House

(So the story begins)
City dweller
Successful fella
Thought to himself:
"Oops, I've got a lot of money
Caught in a rat race
Terminally
I'm a professional cynic
But my heart's not in it
I'm paying the price of living life at the limit
Caught up in the century's anxiety"

(Así comienza la historia)
Habitante de la ciudad
chico con éxito
Pensó para sí:
"Uy, tengo un montón de dinero
Atrapados en una carrera de ratas
Terminal
Soy un cínico profesional
Pero mi corazón no está en él
Estoy pagando el precio de la vida que viven en el límite
Atrapados en la ansiedad del siglo "


Yes, it preys on him
He's getting thin
(Try the simple life)

Sí, se alimenta de él
Se está poniendo fina
(Trata de la vida sencilla)


He lives in a house
A very big house
In the country
Watching afternoon repeats
And the food he eats
In the country
He takes all manner of pills
And piles up analyst bills
In the country
Oh, it's like an animal farm
That's the rural charm
In the country

Vive en una casa
Una casa muy grande
En el país
Viendo repite por la tarde
Y la comida que come
En el país
Toma toda clase de píldoras
Y amontona facturas del analista
En el país
¡Oh, es como una granja de animales
Ese es el encanto rural
En el país


He's got morning glory and life's a different story
Everything's going Jackanory
Touched with his own mortality
He's reading Balzac, knocking back Prozac
It's a helping hand that makes you feel wonderfully bland
Oh, it's a century's remedy
For the faint at heart
A new start
(Try the simple life)

Él tiene la gloria por la mañana y la vida es una historia diferente
Compañerismo Todo va
Tocado con su propia mortalidad
Está leyendo a Balzac, dándole al Prozac
Es una mano que te hace sentir maravillosamente suave
Oh, es poner remedio a un siglo
Para los débiles de corazón
Un nuevo comienzo
(Trata de la vida sencilla)


He lives in a house
A very big house
In the country
He's got a fog in his chest
So he needs a lot of rest
In the country
He doesn't drink, smoke, laugh
Takes herbal baths
In the country
You should come to no harm
On the animal farm
In the country

Vive en una casa
Una casa muy grande
En el país
Él tiene una niebla en el pecho
Así que se necesita una gran cantidad de descanso
En el país
No beber, fumar, reír
Toma baños de hierbas
En el país
Usted debe venir a ningún daño
En la granja de los animales
En el país


(Blow, blow me out, I am so sad, I don't know why)

(Blow, me sople, estoy tan triste, no sé por qué)


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'Country House' is a song by the English alternative rock band Blur. It was released as the lead single from the band's fourth album 'The Great Escape' on 14 August 1995. 'Country House' was the first of two Blur singles to reach number one on the UK Singles Chart (the second being 1997's 'Beetlebum'). The song is about a man who retires to an expensive country house to escape the pressures of the city. In an interview for the 'South Bank Show', Damon Albarn explained that it was inspired by former Blur manager Dave Balfe, who left Blur's label Food Records and bought a house in the country. The cover art features an image of Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria (the image is horizontally flipped).

The song received a great deal of attention when Blur's label Food Records moved the original release date to be on the same day as Oasis's 'Roll with It'. The British media had already reported an intense rivalry between the two bands and this clash of releases was seen as a battle for the number one spot. 'Country House' won Blur the Battle of Britpop ('Roll with It' coming in at No. 2 and having marginally fewer sales) but 'The Great Escape' was beaten by Oasis's album '(What's the Story) Morning Glory' on sales. Incidentally, 'Country House' features the lines 'He's got morning glory/And life's a different story' which is largely assumed to have been a jab at Oasis. However, Blur actually recorded the song before Oasis had completed, let alone released, the Morning Glory album. With dance act Jamiroquai also having recorded a song named 'Morning Glory' in the mid-1990s, it is possible that may have been the influence behind that line, while some have suggested that the line was a jibe at Julian Cope, who was known for using LSD. It may, however, simply have been a reference to waking up with an erection (an event for which 'morning glory' is a British slang expression).



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