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| Producer = Pete Dauncey / [[Grant Showbiz]] (Rank)
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| Recorded = Live at The National Ballroom, London, October 23, 1986
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==Information==
 
==Information==
'''(Marie's The Name) His Latest Flame''' is a song that appears on the Rank album. It was originally written and released by Del Shannon with the more famous version release by Elvis.  A portion of the song was used by The Smiths as an intro to [[Rusholme Ruffians]].
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'''(Marie's The Name) His Latest Flame''' is a song that appears on the Rank album. It was originally written and released by [[Del Shannon]] with the more famous version release by [[Elvis Presley]].  A portion of the song was used by The Smiths as an intro to [[Rusholme Ruffians]].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 23:54, 10 September 2021

Cover art
THE SMITHS song
Name (Marie's The Name) His Latest Flame
Album/single Rank
Length 2:07
Writer/composer Doc Pomus/Mort Shuman
Producer Pete Dauncey / Grant Showbiz (Rank)
Release September 1988 (Rank)
Recorded Live at The National Ballroom, London, October 23, 1986


Information

(Marie's The Name) His Latest Flame is a song that appears on the Rank album. It was originally written and released by Del Shannon with the more famous version release by Elvis Presley. A portion of the song was used by The Smiths as an intro to Rusholme Ruffians.

Lyrics

A very old friend came by today 'Cause he was telling everyone in town About the love that he just found And Marie's the name of his latest flame

He talked and talked and I heard him say That she had the longest blackest hair The prettiest green eyes anywhere And Marie's the name of his latest flame

Though I smiled the tears inside were a burning I wished him luck and then he said goodbye He was gone but still his words kept returning What else was there for me to do but cry

Would you believe that yesterday This girl was in my arms and swore to me She'd be mine eternally And Marie's the name of his latest flame

Though I smiled the tears inside were a burning I wished him luck and then he said goodbye He was gone but still his words kept returning What else was there for me to do but cry

Would you believe that yesterday This girl was in my arms and swore to me She'd be mine eternally And Marie's the name of his latest flame

Yeah, Marie's the name of his latest flame Oh, Marie's the name of his latest flame

Live History

Play count (The Smiths concert): 29

The Smiths live history:

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Play count (Morrissey concert): 0



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