Pink Thing

- XTC
Released: N/A Genres: Rock
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Lyric "Pink Thing"
Anytime you rise, I?m here and I?
m crazy for you pink thingYou make me want to laugh,
you make me want to cryWhen I stroke your head I feel
a hundred heartbeats highOoh,
pink thingI want to take you out and show you round
the worldPink thing it?ll be okayIf I could only wake
you from your slumber curledPink thing what would straight
folks say?That man isn?t fit to enter heavenThat man
is a sinner, ever burning in disgracePink thing,
spit in my face, I?d love you for itAnytime you call,
I?ll fall, into madness for you pink thingYou make
me want to live, you make me want to dieAnd when I
stroke your head I feel a hundred heartbeats highOoh,
pink thingI wanna take you out and show you to the
girlsPink thing they?re a whole new tribeIf you could
only see the way the way the gingham swirlsPink thing
it?s a whole new vibeThat man isn?
t fit to be a fatherThat man is a sinner,
?fore they cast me down to diePink thing,
spit in my eye, I?d love you for it,
yes, I?d love you for itAnytime you rise,
I?m here, I?m crazy for you pink thingYou make me want
to laugh, you make me want to cryWhen I stroke your
head I feel a hundred heartbeats highOoh,
pink thing hundred heartbeats highOoh,
pink thing hundred heartbeats highI want to introduce
you, take you to the brink thingI want to introduce
you, tell me what you think thingI want to introduce
you, make that missing link thingDon?
t you think it?s time you met some female pink thing?You
make me want to laugh, you make me want to crySo why
is it I?m happy when there?
s tears down in your eye?Ooh,
little pink thing, ooh little pink thingThe pink thing,
pink thing tell me what you're pink thingOoh,
here comes pink thingYou make me want to laugh,
you make me want to cry[Incomprehensible] you make
me wanna [Incomprehensible]
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XTC

XTC were an English rock band formed in Swindon in 1972. Led by songwriters Andy Partridge and Colin Moulding, their music ranged from tense, jerky riffs to lushly arranged, meticulous pop, emerging from the punk and new wave explosion of the late 1970s. The band failed to maintain popular success in the UK and US, partly because their music was generally out of step with the times. They nevertheless amassed a devoted cult following.