Orange Women - the song!

Orange Women started as a distraction on a dull Monday to entertain the chaps I was working with. A chance meeting with Learn to Swim, a talented 3 piece band, brought about a real song. Here is Matthew Evans excellent 'country and western' take on the lyrics.

I understand that another member of the band - Molly Lavender - is working on her own version! I can see this being a multi-track CD, which would be rather fun, especially if we can get the Pet Shop Boys to do a remix of them! I have to admit being a huge fan of the PSB!

Click HERE to download the song written and performed by Matthew Evans as a FREE MP3

Click HERE to download the spoken version Hill Billy Mix as a FREE MP3

Click HERE to download the spoken version Champagne Charlie Mix as a FREE MP3

Orange Women - the lyrics

Donít ya love those orange women
Who turn white when theyíre swimming
The fake tan just rolls off of their face
You can always see me grinning
When Iím out with orange women
Fake tan never looks out of place

Chorus:
I love those orange women
So much fun when youíre chillin
They really are the only ones for me
If its blue that youíre feeling
Check out those orange women
Covered in Pantone 1463 (fourteen sixty three)

The orange mark is sacred
But when you see them naked
Their face and hands only get the mark
The rest is white and pallid
They look a little squalid
But you can always, see them in the dark

Chorus:
I love those orange women ... etc

Bright as a belisha beacon
From fake tan, they are reaking
You see it staining their little blouse or dress
But they think they are groovy
Like a star in their own movie
That orange glow, the cause of their success

Chorus:
I love those orange women ... etc

They donít do touch or kissing
They donít know what they're missing
But the repairs, will always take a while
So when you see a tan thatís faked
All that make up, thatís been caked
Please join me, as I run a mile

Chorus:
I love those orange women ... etc

Lyric copyright - Laurie
Music and performance copyright - Matthew Evans