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I'm Mandy Fly Me "is a song about the contrast between rich and poor. Stewart saw a poster of National Airlines airline with inscription I'm Cindy Fly Me with a call to mainly choosing the luxurious life and fly. Under the poster was a drunkard (the world was spinning like a ball) are off to sleep. He could only dream about a life as on the poster.The song begins with a quote from his own work. From the song Clockwork Creep from 1974 was the phrase "Oh, no you'll never get me up in one of these again/'cause what goes up must come down" met. It is through a transistor radio to hear in the background.
The song got off to a difficult start. Stewart served in at the group, but no one saw there ultimately what in. However, after a concert at Stewart and that suggested to Godley came the song entirely to build. It came on the album How Dare You! and was issued as a single. B side was formed by (again) How Dare You.
- Eric Stewart – vocals, guitar, piano, backing vocals
- Graham Gouldman – bass guitar, double bass, sitar, zessanerenbas, backing vocals
- Lol Creme -guitar, moog, vibes, backing vocals
- Kevin Godley - drums, backing vocals.
|"I'm Mandy Fly Me" in the Dutch Single Top 100
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in the Radio 2 Top 2000
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