Gorillaz

El Mañana

LYRIC

[Verse 1]
Summer don't know me no more
He got mad, tiresome
Summer don't know me
He'd just let me low in myself
'Cause I do know love
From you then
Just dying

[Chorus]
I saw that day
Lost my mind
Lord, I'm fine
Maybe in time
You'll want to be mine
[Verse 2]
Don't stop the bud when it comes
It's the dawn, you'll see
Money won't get there
Ten years passed tonight, you'll flee
If you do that
I'll be sworn
To find you

[Chorus]
I saw that day
Lost my mind
Lord, I'm fine
Maybe in time
You'll want to be mine

[Instrumental Break]

[Chorus]
I saw that day
Lost my mind
Lord, I'm fine
Maybe in time
You'll want to be mine

[Outro]
Maybe in time
You'll want to be mine
Maybe in time
You'll want to be mine
Maybe in time
You'll want to be mine
Maybe in time
You'll want to be mine

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About "El Mañana"

“El Mañana” is the seventh track on the Demon Days album. The song was released as a single on April 10th, 2006, along with Kids with Guns.

El Mañana is Spanish for “the future” or “the near future”. However, “mañana” by itself can be translated as “Tomorrow”, leaving certain people to believe the title translated to English is “the tomorrow”, despite this being proven false.

In the music video, we see the Windmill Island from Feel Good Inc. being destroyed, and the fictional band member Noodle purposely made to look as if she was deceased.

El Mañana Track info

Management CMO Management International
Publisher EMI Music Publishing
Performance Rights ASCAP
Mastered at Masterdisk
Recorded At Studio 13 (London)
Mixed At The Pierce Rooms, London
Pressed By Record Industry
Phonographic Copyright ℗ EMI Group Limited
Copyright © EMI Group Limited
Distributor EMI (Label)
Marketed by EMI (Label)
Record Company Capitol Music Group
Label Parlophone Records
Engineer Jason Cox
Programmer James Dring
Mastering Engineer Howie Weinberg
Guitar Simon Tong
Double Bass Al Mobbs
Strings Sally Jackson
Mixing Engineer Gorillaz
Vocals Damon Albarn

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