We use to dance out to space without a care
And our laughter come ringing and singing
we roll round the music,
Blinded by colors
come flashing from flowers
that sway as you stay here by me.
redrabid wrote:Frankie Goes To Hollywood and Liz Phair wrote those lyrics in a time when nobody gave a fuck about sexual explicit lyrics.
In a way those "innocent" lyrics of JA's (and other's) songs were much more daring. Grace Slick was and still is much criticized, but she was one of the pioneers. Listen to "Across The Board": "Seven inches of pleasure..." or 'Milk Train".
Susan Butcher wrote:It's not great poetry, is it? More like the stuff found under hedges with the pages stuck together.
"Run Around" has poetry, in the way the words circle from love to hate and back.
Laeotaekhun wrote:So, does anyone know if the uncensored version has ever been released prior to 2003?
Egg Crisis wrote:Laeotaekhun wrote:So, does anyone know if the uncensored version has ever been released prior to 2003?
I don't know about an official release but I've had it on a bootleg cassette since around 1990. It sounds like it's come from vinyl, so it's either from an acetate or a bootleg single.
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