Robbers the 1975

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{INSERTKEYS}[Verse 1] She had a face straight out a magazine God only knows but you'll never leave her Her balaclava is starting to chafe And when she gets his gun, he's begging, "Babe, stay, stay, stay" [Chorus] "I'll give you one more time We'll give you one more fight Said one more line Will I know you?" [Verse 2] Now if you never shoot, you'll never know And if you never eat, you'll never grow You've got a pretty kind of dirty face And when she's leaving your home she's begging you to stay, stay, stay, stay, stay [Chorus] "I'll give you one more time We'll give you one more fight Said one more line There'll be a riot, 'cause I know you" [Bridge] Well now that you've got your gun It's much harder now the police have come And I'll shoot him if it's what you ask But if you'd just take off your mask You'd find out everything's gone wrong [Outro] Now everybody's dead And they're driving past my old school And he's got his gun, he's got his suit on She says, "Babe, you look so cool You look so cool, you look so cool You look so cool, you look so cool You look so cool" ('Cause I know you) (Side Fact) How to Format Lyrics: • Type out all lyrics, even if it’s a chorus that’s repeated throughout the song • The Section Header button breaks up song sections.

Highlight the text then click the link • Use Bold and Italics only to distinguish between different singers in the same verse.

• E.g. “Verse 1: Kanye West, Jay-Z, Both” • Capitalize each line • To move an annotation to different lyrics in the song, use the [...] menu to switch to referent editing mode This is a love song about a toxic relationship. They are too focused on each other to notice the destruction they cause each other.

The title “Robbers” refers to how the lovers are robbing each other of happiness and chances in this world apart from one another. They can’t move on and grow in love because they are so caught up in their toxic relationship. The 1975 frontman, Matty Healy said the following about the song: ‘Robbers’ was originally inspired by my love of the Quentin Tarantino film True Romance, the story of an Elvis-obsessed loner who falls in love and marries a prostitute. In the movie, the couple run away to California after killing her pimp and stealing his drugs to start a new life financed by a once in a lifetime drug deal.

It’s the sentiment behind the film that appeals to me, the hopelessly romantic notion that two people can meet and instantly fall in love, an escape story where love is the highest law and conquers all against the odds. Characters like Bonnie and Clyde always appealed to me as a teenager – couples so intoxicated with one another that they fear nothing in the pursuit of the realization of each other, actions fueled by blind unconditional love.

‘Robbers’ is an ode to those relationships. The type of relationship all humans long for. All or nothing. This video is about when love makes two people feel they are the centre of the universe. {/INSERTKEYS}

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Matty shared some insight about what he’d do differently for the music video at their show in Toronto, stating: I love “Robbers”… but If I could do it again, I would do it without guns.

because retrospectively it feels a bit weird watching that, seeing as I’m all like, “I stand for all that stuff” but then there I am, fucking around with a gun and all that. It’s not really cool. Matty Robbers the 1975, lead singer of the group, has said: ‘Robbers’ was originally inspired by my love of the Quentin Tarantino film True Romance, the story of an Elvis-obsessed loner who falls in love and marries a prostitute.

In the movie the couple run away to California after killing her pimp and stealing his drugs to start a new life financed by a once in a lifetime drug deal. It’s the sentiment behind the film that appeals to me, the hopelessly romantic notion that two people can meet and instantly fall in love, an escape story where love is the highest law and conquers all against the odds.

Characters like Bonnie and Clyde always appealed to me as a teenager – couples so intoxicated with one another that they fear nothing in the pursuit of the realization of each other, actions fueled by blind unconditional love. ‘Robbers’ is an ode to those relationships. The type of relationship all humans long for. All or nothing. This video is about when love makes two people robbers the 1975 they are the centre of the universe. The video finds frontman Matthew Healy and his girl rob a shop at gunpoint to fund their alcohol and drug addiction.

The clip was inspired by one of the singer's favorite movie characters. "I got really obsessed with the idea behind Patricia Arquette's character in True Romance when I was about 18," he said.

robbers the 1975

"That craving for the bad boy in that film, it's so sexualized," he added. "It was something I was obsessed with." "'Robbers' is about a heist that goes wrong," Healy added. "I robbers the 1975 you can read it as a metaphor, and a girl who's obsessed with her professional killer boyfriend.

It's a romantic ideal."
The 1975 (album) Singles chronology ← Previous Next → " Settle Down" (2014) " Heart Out" (2014) The 1975 (album) chronology ← Previous Next → " Settle Down" " Girls" Music video "Robbers" is a song by English rock band The 1975, released as the sixth single from their self-titled debut on 26 May 2014.

robbers the 1975

Contents • 1 Background • 2 Lyrics • 3 Personnel • 4 References Background [ ] "Robbers" is a love song about a toxic relationship. They are too focused on each other to notice the destruction they cause each other.

The title "Robbers" refers to how the lovers are robbing each other of happiness and chances in this world apart from one another. They can’t move on and grow in love because they are so caught up in their toxic relationship. The 1975 frontman, Matty Healy said the following about the song: "‘Robbers' was originally inspired by my love of the Quentin Tarantino film True Romance, the story of an Elvis-obsessed loner who falls in love and marries a prostitute. In the movie, the couple run away to California after killing her pimp and stealing his drugs to start a new life financed by a once in a lifetime drug deal.

It’s the sentiment behind the film that appeals to me, the hopelessly romantic notion that two people can meet and instantly fall in love, an escape story where love is the highest law and conquers all against the odds.

Characters like Bonnie and Clyde always appealed to robbers the 1975 as robbers the 1975 teenager – couples so intoxicated with one another that they fear nothing in the pursuit of the realization of each other, actions fueled by blind unconditional love.

‘Robbers’ is an ode to those relationships. The type of relationship all humans long for. All or nothing. This video is about when love makes two people feel they are the centre of the universe." The official music video for "Robbers" was released on 27 April 2014, directed by Tim Mattia.

robbers the 1975

The video depicts a couple who rob a shop to obtain money to "fund their alcohol and drug addiction." Matty shared some insight about what he’d do differently for the music video at their show in Toronto, stating: "I love "Robbers". but If I could do it again, I would do it without guns. because retrospectively it feels a bit weird watching that, seeing as I’m all like, “I stand for all that stuff” but then there I am, fucking around with a gun and all that. It’s not really cool." [1] Lyrics [ ] She had a face straight outta magazine God only knows but you'll never leave her Her balaclava is starting to chafe And when she gets his gun he's begging, "Babe, stay, stay, stay, stay, stay." I'll give you one robbers the 1975 time We'll give you one more fight Said one more lie Will I know you Now if you never shoot, you'll never know And if you never eat, you'll never grow You've got a pretty kind of dirty face And when she's leaving your home she's begging you, "Stay, stay, stay, stay, stay." I'll give you one more time We'll give you one more fight Said one more line Be a riot, cause I know you Well, now that you've got your gun It's much harder now the police have come Now I'll shoot him if it's what you ask But if you just take off your mask You'd find out everything's gone wrong.

Now everybody's dead And they're driving past my old school He's got his gun, he's got his suit on She says, "Babe, you look so cool, you look so cool, you look so coo-o-o-oo-oo-ool. You look so cool, you look so cool, you look so coo-o-o-oo-oo-ool." Personnel [ ] Credits • Written by: George Daniel, Matthew Healy, Ross MacDonald, and Adam Hann • Synthesizer: George Daniel • Background vocals: George Daniel, Ross MacDonald • Bass: Ross MacDonald • Piano: Matthew Healy • Guitar: Matthew Healy, Adam Hann • Drums: George Daniel • Programmer: George Daniel, Mike Crossey, Jonathan Gilmore • Pro Tools Programmer: Jonathan Gilmore • Photography: George Daniel, David Drake • Design: Samuel Burgess-Johnson • Mastering engineer: Robin Schmidt • Mixing engineer: Mike Crossey, The 1975 • Vocals: Matthew Healy • Engineer: Mike Spink References [ ] • ↑ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdUH0P480OY&list=PLaLRPSxXgiU671-mAA137Yah4CncQUkKt&index=11 The 1975 " The 1975" • " The City" • " M.O.N.E.Y." • " Chocolate" • " Sex" • " Talk!!" • " An Encounter" • " Heart Out" • " Settle Down" • " Robbers" • " Girls" • " 12" • " She Way Out" • " Menswear" • " Pressure" • " Is There Somebody Who Can Watch You?" Facedown " Facedown" • " The City" • " Antichrist" • " Woman" Sex " Intro/Set3" • " Undo" • " Sex" robbers the 1975 " You" • " Milk" Music for Cars " Anobrain" • " Chocolate" • " HNSCC" • " Head.Cars.Bending" • " Me" IV " The City" • " Haunt // Bed" • " So Far (It's Alright)" • " Fallingforyou" Become A Better Singer In Only 30 Days, With Easy Video Lessons!

She had a face straight outta magazine God only knows but you'll never leave her Her balaclava is starting to chafe When she gets his gun he's begging, babe stay, stay, stay, stay, stay I'll give him one more time We'll give you one more fight Said one more lie Will I know you Now if you never shoot, you'll never know And if you never eat, you'll never grow You've got a pretty kinda dirty face When she's leaving your home she's begging you, stay, stay, stay, stay, stay I'll give you one more time We'll give you one more fight Just said one more line There'll be a riot, 'cause I know you Well, now that you've got your gun It's much harder now the police have come Now shoot robbers the 1975 if it's what you're worth But if you just take off your mask To find out that everything's gone wrong, wrong, wrong Now everybody's dead And they're driving past my old school And he's got his gun, he's got his suit on She says, babe, you look so cold, you look so cold, you look so cold You look so cold, you look so cold, you look so cold Struggling with Robbers?

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The 1975 The 1975 are an English pop rock band originating from Manchester. The band consists of lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist Matthew "Matty" Healy, lead guitarist Adam Hann, bassist Ross MacDonald, and drummer George Daniel.The band's origins trace to them attending Wilmslow High School in Cheshire and playing together as teenagers in 2002. Gigs organised by a council worker led the band to formally sign as the 1975.

Their choice of name was inspired by a Jack Kerouac beat poetry book. Robbers the 1975 eventually signed a record deal after their success with Dirty Hit and Polydor Records. Following the release of four EPs, their self-titled debut album was released on 2 September 2013, topping the UK Albums Chart on 8 September 2013.

Their second album I Like It When You S… more »
Contents • 1 Background • 2 Music video • 3 Charts and certifications • 3.1 Weekly charts • 3.2 Certifications • 4 Personnel • 5 Release history • 6 References Background [ edit ] The concept of the song, about an ill-fated robbery heist, was inspired by the 1993 film True Romance, particularly Patricia Arquette's character Alabama Worley.

[3] Following its release, it debuted at number 179 on the UK Singles Chart. [4] The song, thematically, is an ode to toxic relationships. [5] This song's lyrical content concerns two robbers the 1975 who aren't good for each other. With the message that they know that their relationship will one day end, but they are still holding each other, robbing happiness from each other and pretending that they will be happy forever.

Healy has stated that the song and music video was inspired by one of the singer’s favorite movie characters. "I got really obsessed with the idea behind Patricia Arquette's character in True Romance when I was about 18," he said.

"That craving for the bad boy in that film, it's so sexualized," he added. "It was something I was obsessed with." "'Robbers' is about a heist that goes wrong," Healy added. "I suppose you can read it as a metaphor, and a robbers the 1975 who's obsessed with her professional killer boyfriend.

It's a romantic ideal." [5] Music video [ edit ] The official music video for "Robbers" was released on 27 April 2014, [6] directed by Tim Mattia. A large portion of the video was filmed in Taft California [7] The video depicts a couple who rob a shop to obtain money to "fund their alcohol and drug addiction." [6] Charts and certifications [ edit ] Weekly charts [ edit ] Chart (2014) Peak position Belgium ( Ultratip Flanders) [8] 65 UK Singles ( Official Charts Company) [4] 179 Certifications [ edit ] Region Certification Certified units/sales United Kingdom ( BPI) [9] Gold 400,000 United States ( RIAA) [10] Gold 500,000 Sales+streaming figures based on certification alone.

Personnel [ edit ] Adapted from liner notes. [11] Robbers the 1975 1975 • Matthew Healy – vocals, guitar • Adam Hann – guitar • George Daniel – drums • Ross MacDonald – bass guitar Additional personnel • Mike Crossey – mixing, production • Mike Spink – engineering • Jonathan Gilmore – Pro-Tools engineering, additional programming • Robin Schmidt – mastering Release history [ edit ] Region Date Format Label United Kingdom [2] 26 May 2014 Contemporary hit radio Dirty Hit References [ edit ] • ^ "The 1975 @ The Complex w/ I Don't Know How But They Found Me 12.02".

robbers the 1975

SLUG Magazine. 3 December 2019. Retrieved 9 May 2021. • ^ a b Corner, Lewis (28 April 2014). "The 1975's new 'Robbers' music video: Sex, drugs and guns". Digital Spy. Condé Nast Publications. Retrieved 23 February 2015. • ^ Murray, Robin (28 April 2014). "The 1975 – Robbers (Explicit)". Clash. Retrieved 25 June 2014. • ^ a b Zywietz, Tobias. "Chart: CLUK Update 24.05.2014 (wk20)". Zobbel.de .

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Retrieved 25 June 2014. • ^ a b "Robbers by The 1975". Songfacts. 17 April 2020. • ^ a b Corner, Lewis (28 April 2014). "The 1975's new 'Robbers' music video: Sex, drugs and guns". Digital Spy. Hearst Magazines UK. Retrieved 25 June 2014. • ^ Gottlieb, Steven (28 April 2014).

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"The 1975 'Robbers' (Tim Mattia, dir.)". Video Static. Retrieved 25 June 2014. • ^ " The 1975 – Robbers" (in Dutch). Ultratip. Retrieved 30 June 2014. • ^ "British single certifications – 1975 – Robbers".

British Phonographic Industry. Retrieved 19 April 2022.

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• ^ "American single certifications – The 1975 – Robbers". Recording Industry Association of America. • ^ The 1975 ( Liner notes). United Kingdom: Dirty Hit. 2 September 2013.

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