hello, i’m harry. i’ve had women i’ve had germs
they’re eerie, wild and wailing and seductive in small doses
only one way, only one way
why can’t we take a couple of tablets?
hello, i’m harry. did you receive the letter sent?
the cheque enclosed the negatives?
well here’s some headlines current and sensible -
moscow’s in ayrshire, what’s the problem?
should i throw my tammy in the ring
and run for president
oh, it’s farmed out, oh i’m penned in
oh, i’m left in no doubt. i’m harry, hello
hey i’m harry, hello

you want me, you want me, do i?
arsenic be judge, gin be jury
the chocolate’s watching, the cuckoos are clocking me
they leave me alone in my sulk
stalking a beautiful girl in a rural spot
i gets larger as she gets nearer
there’s only one way, away away…
the rest is chemistry




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    General CommentI love this song sooooooo much. I love how the first line can be interpreted as "I've had women and men," if you think about "germs" instead of "gentlemen"... usually used sillily, but it's not too much of a stretch to use it in this context. Wish I knew what else this song was about though.
    EnduringChillon January 30, 2013   Link

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