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The Zombies - She's Not There

The Zombies – She’s Not There

Well, no one told me about her
The way she lied
Well, no one told me about her
How many people cried!

But, it's too late to say you're sorry
How would I know, why should I care
Please, don't bother tryin' to find her
She's not there

Well, let me tell you 'bout the way she looked
The way she accented the colour of her hair
Her voice was soft and cool
Her eyes were clear and bright
But, she's not there

Well, no one told me about her
What could I do?
Well, no one told me about her
Though, they all knew

But, it's too late to say you're sorry
How would I know, why should I care
Please, don't bother tryin' to find her
She's not there

Well, let me tell you 'bout the way she looked
The way she accented the colour of her hair
Her voice was soft and cool
Her eyes were clear and bright
But she's not there

(Electric Piano Solo)

But, it's too late to say you're sorry
How would I know, why should I care
Please, don't bother tryin' to find her
She's not there


Well, let me tell you 'bout the way she looked
The way she accented the colour of her hair
Her voice was soft and cool
Her eyes were clear and bright
But, she's not there

' She's Not There' was the debut single by the British pop band, The Zombies. It was recorded in one take. It reached number twelve in the UK Singles Chart in August 1964., number two in the Billboard Hot 100 (USA), and #2 in Canada. Rolling Stone magazine ranked "She's Not There" #291 on their list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. One of the song's most distinctive features is Argent's electric piano sound which was rare at the time. In the UK, it was the first hit song with an electric piano as the lead instrument. Rod Argent, the keyboard player in the Zombies, was challenged by Decca Records producer Ken Jones to write a hit record for his group, and he came up with this. Santana covered this on their 1977 album Moonflower.

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