‘Kate Bush’ is a song written by Hervé Christiani. It was released in 1982 as the B-side of Hervé’s single ‘Radio Bonheur’, and also on the album Il Est Libre Max.

The lyrics are about a friend of his, whose girlfriend spent a whole winter playing Kate records before dumping him. In the song, there’s a silly pun on Babooshka and the words babouche (which is a kind of slipper) and bain-douche (which means Turkish bath).

'Radio Bonheur' - French 7" single sleeve
‘Radio Bonheur’ – French 7″ single sleeve