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Date: Wed, 22 Mar 1995 11:40:23 -0500 (EST)
From: "Grrrr." <RKARR[at]-remove-npr.org>
Subject: magyar liebeslied
Faithful Chris Camfield writes:
> I was listening to Distressed Gentlefolk last night, and a friend of mine
> posed a question I couldn't answer. I've always listened to the song
> as a sort of love/funny song, rather than a very sexual one. Opinions?
I think double entendre is part and parcel of the way Pat writes.
> The New World and Who Loves You Now usually have me itching to press the
> fast forward button...
"Who Loves You Now" has always been one of my faves, actually. Though in
retrospect it sounds like a demo/precog of _Best_Kisser_....
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