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Charlotte Sometimes "is a song by The Cure from 1981. The number is based on the novel of the same name by Penelope Farmer from 1969. The single includes avideo clip of a girl, who plays the role of Charlotte, which by a mysterious house worth 10 euros. The band members of The Cure are also provided. The music of the song was written by Robert SmithSimon Gallup and Lol Tolhurst on a text by Robert Smith. The text, however, is inspired by the children's book Charlotte Sometimes by Penelope Farmer.

The atmosphere of this song is very dark. The drums sound in the song pretty deep, the bass lines and guitar patterns of the song are dark and the synthesizer creates a mysterious atmosphere in Charlotte Sometimes. It is a song from the early days of the band The Cure in which getting darker sound went. Starting from The Top album, the band began to sound relatively more cheerful.

The single is issued between the albums Pornography and by Faith . However, Charlotte Sometimes on the 2005 reissue of Faith from.

The B side is Splintered in Her Head is also based on the book. A third number on the book is based is called The Empty World and is submitted by The Top album.

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7 "Single

  1. "Charlotte Sometimes"
  2. "Splintered in Her Head"

12 "single

  1. "Charlotte Sometimes"
  2. "Splintered in Her Head"
  3. "Faith" (live)

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