歌词 Tusk

翻唱歌曲的图像 Tusk 由 Fleetwood Mac

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Tusk 由 Fleetwood Mac 专辑的一部分 "Tusk (album)" 并附带流派下 Rock,General. 发布了它 16 Jun 1987 根据标签 Warner Bros.. 版权所有holded者 1979 Warner Bros. Records Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc., for the world outside of the United States.

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歌词 Tusk

Why don't you ask him if he's going to stay?
Why don't you ask him if he's going away?
Why don't you tell me what's going on?
Why don't you tell me who's on the phone?
Why don't you ask him what's going on?
Why don't you ask him who's the latest on his throne?

你为什么不问他,如果他要留下来?
你为什么不问他,如果他要走了吗?
你为什么不告诉我这是怎么回事?
你为什么不告诉我是谁的手机?
你为什么不问他是怎么回事?
你为什么不问他谁是他的王位最新消息?


Don't say that you love me!
Just tell me that you want me!

不要说你爱我!
只要告诉我你想要我!


Tusk! Tusk! Tusk! Tusk!
Tusk! Tusk! Tusk! Tusk!
Tusk! Tusk! Tusk! Tusk!
Tusk! Tusk! Tusk! Tusk!
Tusk!

图斯克!图斯克!图斯克!图斯克!
图斯克!图斯克!图斯克!图斯克!
图斯克!图斯克!图斯克!图斯克!
图斯克!图斯克!图斯克!图斯克!
图斯克!


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'Tusk' is a song by Fleetwood Mac from the 1979 double LP of the same name. The song reached #8 on the U.S. charts, #6 in the U.K. and #3 in Australia and Canada.

Looking for a title track for the as yet unnamed album, Mick Fleetwood suggested that they took the rehearsal riff that Lindsey Buckingham used for sound-checks. Producers Richard Dashut and Ken Caillat hence created a drum-driven production.

The single was recorded live together with the supporting video at Dodger Stadium (without an audience) in Los Angeles, California in collaboration with the University of Southern California Trojan Marching Band. The performance was also filmed for the song's music video. John McVie was in Tahiti during the Dodger Stadium recording, but he is represented in the video by a cardboard cutout carried around by Mick Fleetwood and later positioned in the stands with the other band members. The band's part would both set a record for the highest number of musicians performing on a single and earn the marching musicians a platinum disc. Lindsey Buckingham, Stevie Nicks and Mick Fleetwood presented it to the Trojan band on October 4, 1980 during a game at Dodger Stadium, this time in front of a huge crowd. The song was also performed live during Fleetwood Mac's concert in 1997 in conjunction with the Trojan band.

The single was released with two different picture sleeves in many territories: The first featured the black and white picture of a dog snapping at a trouser leg, the same as that used for the album cover, whilst the second featured a plain cover with the same font as the album cover but without the dog picture. A very limited promotional 12-inch version, featuring mono and stereo versions, was also released to US radio stations.

A radically different mix of the track exclusively appeared on the retrospective 4-disc compilation 25 Years - The Chain in 1992.

The song is currently played by the marching bands of several universities with prominent college football programs. The Spirit of Troy, which performed on the original recording, continues to use 'Tusk' as a regular part of its set during USC football games. The The University of Alabama's 'Million Dollar Band' plays 'Tusk' during its pregame show at all home games, accompanied by the school's dancing elephant mascot, Big Al. 'Tusk' is also played at Arkansas Razorbacks football games as a homage to the school's live mascot, Tusk.

The song was often used as bumper music by late night radio talk show host Art Bell when he hosted Coast to Coast AM in the 1990s.

A section of the track is played at the start of each show on The Mighty Boosh Live 2008 tour.

The song is often played during Los Angeles Lakers home games when returning from halftime.



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