"Kicked In The Taco" as written by and Charles Thompson....
Today at the New Morocco
I got kicked in the taco
All I saw were stars

Say, it's a bit nightmarish
From here to Albondigas parish
Underneath the stars

Hey, I got kicked in the taco
There's a brewing sirocco
On the planet of Mars

And from me, you got my message of love
You got my message
You got my message of love.


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"Kicked in the Taco" as written by Charles Thompson

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    General CommentThe Sirocco is a wind the blows from the Sahara desert into the Mediterranean. It often carries dust from Africa into Europe.
    ritecoastsurferon April 23, 2010   Link
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    My InterpretationCharles Thompson (aka Frank Black, Black Francis) often writes about space themes, particularly Mars themes. I suspect New Morocco and Albondigas Parish are invented fictional places on Mars.

    FWIW, Albondigas are small Mexican/Spanish/South American meat balls.

    Taco is often slang for female genitalia, I suspect it's supposed to refer to the crotch area in general in this case. Or he was speaking in a female voice in the song.
    bshirleyon August 24, 2012   Link

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