It’s Different for Girls" is a song by Joe Jackson appearing on his 1979 album, I'm the Man. The song has since become one of his most successful singles, notably being the highest charting Joe Jackson single in the UK. Covers have been recorded and released by several different artists. In 2007, Freaky Trigger ranked the song at number 52 in its list of "The Top 100 Songs of All Time".
It’s Different for Girls brings a new dimension to of Montreal: after years of gender-bending, impersonating characters who have gone through multiple sex changes and more, Kevin finally sits upon the mystery of sexual difference. What is this split he keeps traversing back and forth? Is there a split? What does it mean? The result is a song with a distinctive innocent and childish tone (perhaps the only one that can be produced in such investigations). Barnes described his inspiration for the song in an interview with Billboard: I wrote it in Paris.
It’s Different for Girls" is a song by Joe Jackson appearing on his 1979 album, I'm the Man. It's Different for Girls" was the first Siskin single, and was released in 2008. It is the group's only cover version to date. It's Different for Girls" (Joe Jackson). Galen Ayers, Guitars and Vocals. Kirsty Newton, Keyboards, Bass and Vocals. The song was recorded by Farrah, and released as a track on their 2004 album Me Too. In 2012 Joe Pernice recorded a version of the song for a fund raising CD titled Super Hits of the Seventies for radio station WFMU.
It's Different for Girls by Joe Pernice (2012). It's Different for Girls by Farrah (2994).
I'm the Man is Joe Jackson's second album, released in October 1979. Taken from the album, "It's Different for Girls", was his biggest UK chart single, peaking at number five in the UK Singles Chart. I'm the Man was re-released in 2001 with one bonus track, a live version of "Come On". "Come On" was originally released as the b-side to Jackson's single "I'm the Man", also issued in October 1979.
Long-running theatrical psych-pop collective of Montreal released their last album Aureate Gloom last year, and they’ve just unveiled plans to drop a new one this summer. The group’s new LP is called Innocence Reaches, and Pitchfork reports that that the LP was, according to frontman Kevin Barnes, inspired by recent music from people like Jack Ü, Chairlift, and Arca. First single it’s different for girls, which Zane Lowe debuted on Beats 1 Radio today, is a slick, skittery new wave song with lyrics about the ways in which women grow up objectified
They are chaos and mystery And they like to combine them Sometimes they act crazy But that doesn't define them It's different for girls They're not expected to fight They're expected to sit And take some lesser man's shit. Though it don't feel right No, it don't feel right
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Written By – Joe Jackson