Most unusual to be able to post on a Wednesday, but such is the case today, albeit only rather briefly.
We come now to Track 2 on Side 1 of the LP, “Nobody’s Wedding” (3.13). This is an excellent song, but contains little of the wonderful electric guitar that I was looking for. An interesting conceit here; this is the middle (second) verse and chorus, from the lyrics printed in the CD insert:
“What a great reception, all the people cried
Who stole the groom and who stole the bride
How did the countess slide underneath the door
Why is the wild boy chopping up the floor?
There was Alice the butcher, Tidy and Gunn
Who couldn’t see where they were heading
It was sixteen days and sixteen nights
And it were’nt even nobody’s wedding.”