Music From ‘Meet The Dupes’

Thanks to Sheila for both the article and the lyrics to the song:

From theWB.com:

Music From Tonight’s Episode
In the Roswell episode “Meet The Dupes” Max and Liz’s awkward conversation in the Crashdown is backed by the melancholy sounds of Belle & Sebastian. On their fourth album, Fold Your Hands Child, You Walk Like A Peasant, the Scottish septet (that means there are seven of them) doles out their particular brand of dreamy pop. Using strings, harpsichord and any other instrument they pick up to bolster their melodies, Belle & Sebastian combines old school sounds with odd and sometimes jarring lyrics for fun pop songs that tend to attract the intellectual crowd. Each song on the album, no matter the tone, is a nice little mass of subtle goodness.

From jeepster.com:
Here are the words to “Don’t Leave The Light On Baby”:

Don’t Leave The Light On Baby

It’s been a bloody stupid day
My baby called me up to say
Don’t call me love, don’t call me
It’s not all she said

I truly love her but I know
I’m bad for her, I’m bad and so
At least she may forgive me for my honesty

My friend came back from being abroad
He was rich and I was overawed
His ship came in
I’m standing on the harbour wall

Another friend, the one I love
Turns to me “Have you seen enough?”
“Let’s hang about
There’s nothing like a sunset”

It’s been a bloody stupid day
Don’t leave the light on baby
My baby called me up to say
Don’t leave the light on baby
I’ll see you sometime maybe
Don’t leave the light on baby
It finally dawned on me tonight
Best to go down without a fight
I know you will forgive me for my honesty