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Re: (TV) Lou's shoes
Last weekend, on a Barnes & Noble display of new releases, I saw a book of
Lou Reed's collected poetry. I didn't have a chance to look at it, I was in
a hurry, but I figured it was just Reed's lyrics and some other things.
Anybody know what this is?
On Wed, 22 Mar 2000, Michael Carlucci wrote:
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> > "Whoop on me, sir, it spins from my mind" for the "Pardon
> > me, sir" line in "Waiting for the Man." Or "What caused him share the
> > poor girl rag" in "All Tomorrow's Parties." Or "Don't take a walk;
> > you need a square" in "Run Run Run," which also contains the glorious
> > "Margarita Passion, they had to get her fixed." For the record,
> > whoever had to listen to the album to figure the lyrics out gave up
> > for "Black Angel's Death Song."
> Before "Thought & Expression" came out, the only other way to get the
> deciphered lyrics to Black Angel's Death Song was to get the Cabaret
> Voltaire version of it. They included the lyrics on the back of their 45.
> As far as the P.R.(Puerto Rican) Shoes from Waiting For The Man, even John
> Cale never could get it right nor Bowie. It was always He-eeled shoes and...
> Some of those lyrics are touch to figure out. Does anyone know exactly what
> the line is in Run, Run, Run that comes after Take A Drag or Two? I've never
> been able to figure it out. It sounds like Chase 5th Avenue though that
> couldn't possibly be it. M T C
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