where first issued | Reviewer: charles lowden
i know you all like this song , i myself love it but did you know it first emerged on the bside of nick lowes breaking glass . he was having troubles with his record company at the time , remember the imposter , the picture on the back was of lowe clutching a guitar with the name costello in mother of pearl along the fretboard lol , the firs clue
Passion is his name | Reviewer: Rodrigo
Like many other Costello's songs this one is also capable of thrilling us for all different reasons, for instance I too almost cried watching Bill Murray singing it on Lost in Translation, really awesome scene. However, what draws my attention the most is not the lyric itself but rather his passionate way of singing. Beautiful.
lost in translation | Reviewer: David Millar from chile
i love this song, the most amazing version
appear on lost in translation performed by
the amazing bill murray on karaoke scene
i love it (i south america is lost in tokio)
I love this!!! | Reviewer: lauren
I heard this song when I was Watching Bones and got addicted to it! This is the best song I've ever heard! I also cry when I hear it. It really makes you think about things that are going on in the world all around us that we never even take the smallest amount of time to notice. Pure genius!!!
Amazing! | Reviewer: Anonymous
Got turned onto the song through aol sessions cris cornell video of him singing this song ( Google it). What a great song. It feels very fitting for these times. I suspect all times have troubled times.
Isn't this simply the best? | Reviewer: Anonymous
How does a song like this bring tears to my eyes each time I hear it? It isn't sad (unless you think about the situation in Iraq, Darfur, and tens of other places). Nonetheless, this song grabs you by the throat and shakes you.
What's so Funny? | Reviewer: Anonymous
Awesome Fucking Song....are you kidding me? Full of RAW rock and roll power and so insightful and tender at the same time. Pure fucking genius?