"Touch Sensitive" as written by and Mark Edward Smith Julia Mary Nagle....
Hey Hey Hey
Hey Hey Hey
I know, I know, I know

In the cars or on the street
If you smile you are a creep
If you don't say it's very cold
You are drunk or too old

They say what about the meek?
I say they've got a bloody cheek
Vanity and presumption

Living in the hard porn shop lately
I say Hey hey hey
Touch Sensitive

I know, I know, I know
And you're dying for a pee
So you go behind a tree
And a Star Wars police vehicle pulls up
I say gimme a taxi

Touch Sensitive
Touch Sensitive

If you don't say it's very cold
You are drunk or too old
It's Touch Sensitive

In the cars or on the street
If you smile you are a creep
It's Touch Sensitive

If you don't say it's very cold
You are Touch Sensitive

Touch Sensitive
Say Hey Hey Hey

I know, I know, I know


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"Touch Sensitive" as written by Julia Mary Nagle Mark Edward Smith

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    General CommentSuperb pop-punky-indie-whatever anthem. Like the rising of a phoenix after the murky, slurred, confused stuff they (well MES...) put out during the 90s. As good as anything they did harking back to "Totally Wired".

    I hear it as an autobiographical rant about getting old, getting drunk and not giving a shit about being slagged off, put down or "being nice" for the sake of some PR. The man who wrote these lyrics has never sold out. Don't think I'd ever want to meet Mark E Smith but I know I'll always watch out for the next Fall album...
    makhnoon February 08, 2008   Link

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