Fine Young Cannibals

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Fine Young Cannibals were a trio formed in Birmingham, England in 1984 by bassist David Steele, off UK band The Beat, guitarist Andy Cox and vocalist, actor/model Roland Gift. Their name came from the 1960 film All The Fine Young Cannibals starring Robert Wagner and Natalie Wood. The band's eponymous debut album was released in 1985, spawning two hit singles, "Johnny Come Home" and a cover of Elvis Presley's "Suspicious Minds" featuring additional vocals by Jimmy Somerville.


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    I can't stop
    The way I feel
    Things you do
    Don't seem real
    Tell you what I got in mind
    She Drives Me Crazy  -  1,324,087 plays
    The one good thing in my life
    Has gone away
    I don't know why
    She's gone away
    I don't know where
    Good Thing  -  355,370 plays
    Nobody knows the trouble you feel
    Nobody cares, the feeling is real
    Johnny, we're sorry, won't you come on home
    We worry, won't you come on
    What is wrong in my life
    Johnny Come Home  -  209,409 plays
    We're caught in a trap
    I can't walk out
    Because I love you too much baby
    Why can't you see
    What you're doing to me
    Suspicious Minds  -  145,201 plays
    When I'm in trouble or out of step
    If my balance has been upset
    Oh, there's a feeling I can't accept
    There's one thing that helps me to forget
    Wonder what I'm thinking
    I'm Not the Man I Used to Be  -  96,534 plays
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