Naive

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Naive
the cover for the single Naive / Innocence
the a-side label
Recorded by Public Zone
Released: 1977
Recorded: 1977-09-11
Length: 2:32
Album(s): Public Zone did not release an album, the song is a bonus track on a Japanese CD of the band METRO
Label(s): Logo Records
Writer(s): Peter Godwin, Duncan Browne, Sean Lyons
Producer(s): Hugh Murphy
Studio(s): Sarm East Studios
Released as single: YES

Naive is a song written by Peter Godwin, Duncan Browne and Sean Lyons and recorded by Public Zone in 1977.

About the song

The song is an undiscovered gem. A fast and catchy track. Stewart Copeland plays drums on this song.

It was rehearsed on 1977-09-10 and recorded on 1977-09-11.

Personnel

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Release History

Albums

"Naive" appears on the following album releases (please see links for further details on each title):

Cover art Album title Catalog no. Release country Format Release date
Stub.gif Metro MSI 16103 Japan CD 1997

Singles

7" Singles

Cover art Catalog no. A-side song/B-side song Release date Release country
Stub.gif GO 104 "Naive"/"Innocence" 1977-11-00 UK


Lyrics

In your situation you had to push yourself ahead
But you were broken – breaking their hearts 

Oh you were so naïve
Too easy to deceive
Your heart was always on your sleeve
So naïve

No limitations – you gave your passion up for free
You were the only one to be so honest

But you were so naïve
Too easy to deceive
Your heart was always on your sleeve
So naïve

No regrets- how soon the world forgets the child of fame
And they claim they knew you
In the streets your broken shadow meets the wind of change 
And it's strange- it cuts through you- right through you

Cause you were so naïve
Too easy to deceive
Your heart was always on your sleeve
So naïve

They made a fool of you- as if the pain could set you free
When they were through with you- you were no wiser 

Yes you were so naïve
Too easy to deceive
Your heart was always on your sleeve
So naïve
So naïve
Too easy to deceive
Your heart was always on your sleeve
So naïve

Quotations and trivia

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Alternative and cover versions

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See also

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External links

http://www.kbdrecords.com/2008/11/17/public-zone-naive-7/

References

sources: Sean Lyons, Stewart Copeland, Peter Godwin