|1||Like A Friend (Film Version)||4:00|
|2||Like A Friend (Album Version)||4:32|
- Executive-Producer [Album] – Alfonso Cuaron, Craig Kallman, Darren Higman
- Producer – Chris Thomas
- Supervised By [Music Supervisor For 20th Century Fox] – Laura Ziffren
- Written-By – Patrick Doyle, Pulp
Track 1 (listed as 3:58 on the sleeve but actually 4:00) is taken from the soundtrack to the film "Great Expectations". Track 2 is the standard version from the album This Is Hardcore. The sleeve has the order of the tracks reversed.
Published by Songs of PolyGram Int'l, Inc. / Fox Film Music Corp. BMI / TCF Music Publishing, Inc., ASCAP / Air-Edel Associates Ltd., PRS
Pulp appear courtesy of Island Records, Ltd.
Track one duration is listed as 3:58 on insert.
From the Atlantic album #83058 "Great Expectations: The Album".
Licensed for promotion only - sale is prohibited / Promotional copy - Not for sale.
Features logos for Atlantic, 20th Century Fox, and, on the front sticker only, Island Records.
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℗ 1997 Island Records, Ltd.
℗ 1997 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States. A Time Warner Company.
© 1998 Atlantic Recording Corporation.
Made in U.S.A. by WEA Manufacturing Inc., A Time Warner Company.
Comes in a standard jewel case with stickered front and rear insert only.
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- Copyright (c) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
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Like A Friend. UMG от лица компании Universal-Island Records Ltd. I've done this before And I will do it again C'mon and kill me baby While you smile like a friend Oh and I'll come running Just to do it again. You are the last drink I never should have drunk You are the body hidden in the trunk You are the habit I can't seem to kick You are my secrets on the front page every week You are the car I never should have bought You are the train I never should have caught You are the cut that makes me. hide my face You are the part. UMPI, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. Listen online to Pulp - Like A Friend and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and artists. Showing albums featuring Like A Friend. 92,123 listeners. 30 Mar 1998 26 tracks. Play album. Great Expectations - The Album Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. by Pulp. Album: Great Expectations Soundtrack 1998. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . songfacts . This was a song recorded specifically for the soundtrack of the 1998 film Great Expectations, a modern-day adaptation of the classic Charles Dickens novel which moved the setting from 1820s London to 1990s New York - hence the modern soundtrack, also featuring fellow 1990s luminaries Reef, Chris Cornell of Soundgarden fame, Tori Amos and Scott Weiland of Stone. Temple Pilots and later supergroup Velvet Revolver. Текст песни: Dont bother saying youre sorry Why dont you come in Smoke all my cigarettes again Every time I get no : Like A Friend. Artist: Pulp. Album: This Is Hardcore. Tabbed By: Fabian Valdivia. Play it with a capo in the 3rd fret. D A. Don't bother saying you're sorry. D G. Why don't you come in. D Em A Asus4 A. And I will do it again. Come on and kill me baby. While you smile like a friend. A6 G Gsus4 G. Oh and I'll come running. Just to do it again. D G Em A x3. Like a Friend. A B-side to their single, A little Soul, and a bonus track to their album This is Hardcore The song was popular enough to be used in the 1998 movie Great Expectations. The Read More. Produced by. Chris Thomas. Release Date. January 6, 1998. Bespectacled Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker is a crooner from the old school, a frock-sleeved dandy who's not afraid to emote with exaggerated aplomb. And it's been tongue-in-cheek humorous, for most of his career, to hear the Brit turn that talent on sarcastic societal subjects, poking fun wherever he could. It took me a long time to warm up to This Is Hardcore. As I said, every Britpop album is like a stage production, but this is one so completely that the musical aspect feels relegated to the background. Blur still made rock albums, thanks to the tension between Damon Albarn and guitarist Graham Coxon likewise, Suede enjoyed the guitar skills of Bernard Butler