"Fly on the Windscreen [Extended]" as written by and Martin Gore....
Death is everywhere
There are flies on the windscreen
For a start
Reminding us
We could be torn apart
Tonight

Death is everywhere
There are lambs for the slaughter
Waiting to die
And I can sense
The hours slipping by
Tonight

Come here
Kiss me
Now
Come here
Kiss me
Now

Death is everywhere
The more I look
The more I see
The more I feel
A sense of urgency
Tonight

Come here
Touch me
Kiss me
Touch me
Now
Touch me
Touch me

There are flies on the windscreen
There are lambs for the slaughter
There are flies on the windscreen

Come here
Touch me
Kiss me
Touch me
Now
Touch me
Touch me


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"Fly on the Windscreen [Death Mix]" as written by Martin Gore

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    General CommentHas history really become lost? Has anyone bothered to look at when the song was written and released? Ummm, let's see, what else was going on in the world at the time. Come here, Touch me, Kiss me, Touch Me, Now, Touch me. The song can be generalized to death in general, however, the song was specifically written about the long forgotten (in America) AIDS. Flies on the Windscreen was meant to describe the horrible things we witnessed people going through, Death in the gay community was living driving through the country and bugs splatting on the windshield. The chorus of Come Here, Touch me, Kiss me, Touch me, Now, Touch Me was used to describe the intent of lust over riding the death around us and men still practicing unsafe sex while watching death, and because of the lack of treatment and money being spent at the time were considered, 'lambs being slaughtered' as the meek, gay community were being slaughtered by the lack of awareness and treatment.
    hoopeeon March 30, 2013   Link

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