And the song was released with the album on 24 April 1970. And you will be my fill, yes you will be my fill . The melody (consciously or not) was very similar to Jagger's "Lady Jane." La traduction de Lady D'Arbanville de Cat Stevens est disponible en bas de page juste après les paroles originales. Lady d'Arbanville Lyrics: My Lady d'Arbanville / Why do you sleep so still? You look so cold tonight, your lips feel like winter My Lady d'Arbanville why does it grieve me so? D Em Em D; Why do you sleep so still I'll wake you tomorrow. “Lady D’Arbanville” is featured on Cat Stevens’ “Mona Bone Jakon”, which was his first album under Island Records (and third overall). General CommentCat Stevens had a failed romantic relationship with Patti D'arbanville the former model and actress who appeared in many films including some early Andy Warhol movies and later the surfing classic "Big Wednesday". Cat Stevens - Lady D'Arbanville Lyrics & Traduction. RIFF 1 (continue as verse 1) My Lady D'Arbanville. "Lady D'Arbanville" is a song written and recorded by Cat Stevens and released in April 1970. Why do you breathe so low, why do you breathe so low, My Lady d'Arbanville why do you sleep so still? RIFF 2. / I'll wake you tomorrow / and you will be my fill, yes, you will be my fill. Lyrics to "Lady D'Arbanville" by CAT STEVENS: My Lady d'Arbanville, why do you sleep so still? / My Lady d'Arbanville why does it grieve me so? I'll wake you tomorrow And you will be my fill, yes, you will be my fill My lady D'Arbanville, you look so cold tonight Your lips feel like winter Your skin has turned to white, your skin has turned to white My lady D'Arbanville, why do you sleep so still? In the lyrics, Cat effectively laid Miss D'Arbanville to rest: "Tho' in your grave you lie, I'll always be with you," etc., etc. She is alive and kicking (and still looks pretty good for someone over 50) despite Steven's song lyrics stating "I loved you my lady though in your grave you lie". I'll wake you tomorrow And you will be my fill, yes, you will be my fill. It subsequently appeared on his third album, Mona Bone Jakon, released later that year.It was his first single released after signing a contract with Island Records, with the encouragement of his new producer, Paul Samwell-Smith, fostering a folk rock direction. Elton John did a cover of this song. My lady D'Arbanville, why do you sleep so still? “Lady D’Arbanville” reached a peak position of number eight on the UK Singles Chart. It subsequently appeared on his third album, Mona Bone Jakon, released later that year. Bm RIFF 3 FOUR TIMES. My Lady d'Arbanville, you look so … My Lady D'Arbanville. But your heart seems so silent. / But your heart seems so silent. "Lady D'Arbanville" is a song written and recorded by Cat Stevens and released in April 1970. When his girlfriend, who happened to be named D'Arbanville, left him for Mick Jagger, he wrote "Lady D'Arbanville." My Lady D'Arbanville Why does it grieve me so But your heart seems so silent Why do you breathe so low, why do you breathe so low My Lady D'Arbanville Why do you sleep so still I'll wake you tomorrow And you will be my pill, yes you will be my pill My Lady D'Arbanville You … My Lady d'Arbanville, why do you sleep so still? I'll wake you tomorrow and you will be my fill, yes, you will be my fill.