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Early Punk Fans: "Talk Dirty" Lyrics?
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Old 30th October 2004, 06:49 AM   #1
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Early Punk Fans: "Talk Dirty" Lyrics?
Default Early Punk Fans: "Talk Dirty" Lyrics?

Thought I would have some fun on some other boards with the Bill O'Reilly story going on. He's an American TV political commentator in trouble with a sexual harassment lawsuit.

Anyway, it brought to mind a song I heard only part of-it was no later than 1977, I believe. It was crude, and very early punk.

Anyway, the record started out with a metallic sound, and the lyrics began with a list of respectable things to talk about until it hit the following passage:

.........world affairs, who cares?
Talk Dirty
I like it
When you Talk Dirty

The "I like it" line was delivered with a sort of blissful voice which cracks me up even now when I think about it.

Anyway, if anyone is familiar with this record or the group which recorded it, please let me know .
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