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A101 First day back

  
Costello Music
  ♫Baby Fratelli  
The Fratellis

◄  Album : "The Fratellis Costello Music" (2007)  -  Performed by: The Fratellis  ►
  Composed by: The Fratellis  -  First heard: "Anthropology 101"



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And we're back!
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Abed


At the start of the study group's second year at Greendale, each meber of the group has varying degrees of anxiety and anticipation for the new school year. Jeff is worried about seeing both Britta and Annie, Abed is hoping for more campus misadventures, Shirley is eager to see her friends and Troy is annoyed by his new living arrangements with Pierce. A montage of the group preparing for their first day back is shown with the song "Baby Fratelli" playing in the background. The song was first heard in the Season Two episode "Anthropology 101".


Song and lyricsEdit

Baby Fratelli (Live) - The Fratellis05:28

Baby Fratelli (Live) - The Fratellis

Lyrics

She said oh my, I don't know why
I was just busy watching everyone go by
Outside the shite bar, and you're a red car
Me and your girlfriend and your sister with the big scar
I said oh Christ, I told you twice
It's just not easy going through all these things thrice
What's this I wonder, you drive a bluebird
You got no money for the petrol, that's what I heard
And it's all right, she'll be sucking fingers all night
Wearing those shoes, oh any excuse to go to the gang fight
And oh she's alright, everybody says she's uptight
Sick in the head, first in the bed
So easy to be Friday's nightmare
I said oh no, oh please just go
You got no eyelids and sweet ella loves me so
She got my number, though I can't stand her
I can't help diggin her a hope I guess I wonder
And oh it's clear, you want me dear
It would be easier if I was never here
You got the money, and I got the reason,
I'll stick around with you for just another season
And it's alright, she'll be sucking fingers all night
Wearing those shoes, oh any excuse to go to the gang fight
And oh she's alright, everybody says she's uptight
Sick in the head, first in the bed
So easy to be Friday's nightmare
She's just getting along,
So don't tell me she's yours
Oh please tell me I'm wrong again
It's all in a daze/day,
So what can you say
Just; sleep in yer shoes
With the winterbox blues
Any time you choose, Oh yeah
She said oh my, I don't know why
I was just busy watching everyone go by
Outside the shite bar, and you're a red car
Me and your girlfriend and your sister with the big scar
She said oh Christ, I told you twice
It's just not easy going through all these things thrice
What's this I wonder, you drive a bluebird
You got no money for the petrol, that's what I heard
And it's alright, she'll be sucking fingers all night
Wearing those shoes, oh any excuse to go to the gang fight
And oh she's alright, everybody says she's uptight
Sick in the head, first in the bed
So easy to be Friday's wonder


The FratellisEdit

Baby Fratelli
The Fratellis are an indie rock band from Glasgow, Scotland. There are three band members who all changed their last name to match the band name similar to their musical idols The Ramones: Lead singer and guitarist Jon Fratelli, (born John Lawler), bass guitarist Barry Fratelli (born Barry Wallace), and drummer and backing vocalist Mince Fratelli (born Gordon McRory). The song "Baby Fratelli" was their fourth single from thier debut album "Costello Music". Time magazine named "Baby Fratelli" one of The 10 Best Songs of 2007, ranking it at #10. The song was released on March 12, 2007 reaching #24 on the U.K. Singles chart and was featured on the soundtrack to the 2007 action comedy "Hot Fuzz". It's the second song from the "Fratellis" to be featured on the show. Their hit song "Whistle for the Choir" was used in the Season One episode "The Politics of Human Sexuality".

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