Strawberry Switchblade – I Can Feel. I can feel my skin on your fingertips I can feel your mouth pressing on my lips I can feel your pulse high up in my back I can feel your heart underneath my chest I can feel the whirl, I can feel the air I can feel your breath rushing through my hair I can feel your passion I can feel. your pain I can feel you fall.
I can feel my skin on your fingertips I can feel your mouth pressing on my lips I can feel your pulse high up in my back I can feel your heart underneath my chest I can feel the whirl, I can feel the air I can feel your breath rushing through my hair I can feel your passion I can feel. Your love is like a rainbow Like a rainbow I have flown into My dreams have come in color When I'm with you. And you have seen my secret You have seen my secrets and my life But I can feel no shame now With you inside.
But Strawberry Switchblade shouldn't be flogged for being too cute; accepted for what it is, the album is a toothsome collection of new wave bubblegum. McDowall and Bryson have pretty voices; they blend together wondrously. The lyrics reflect an adolescent perspective on love and heartbreak. On "Go Away," the girls sing about a boy who used one of them for sex and then split; there is a heavy sadness in their vocals that shatters the LP's façade of innocence. Who Knows What Love Is?" is a winsome tale of longing
Complete your Strawberry Switchblade collection. does this vinyl compilation suffer from the same issues as the CD version of this product? (. no bass)?
Strawberry Switchblade (album). Strawberry Switchblade. HIDDEN ERROR: Usage of "Country" is not recognized. Strawberry Switchblade were a Scottish female pop rock/new wave band formed in Glasgow in 1981 by Jill Bryson and Rose McDowall, best known for their song "Since Yesterday" in 1985. Strawberry Switchblade has not been re-released in the UK since the 1985, though all of the tracks (apart from the short instrumental reprise of "Who Knows What Love Is?") appeared on the group's Platinum Collection compilation. In Japan, where the group were extremely popular, it was issued on CD for the first time in 1989. The album was released again on CD in 1997 and included a number of previously released B-sides, remixes and non-album singles. I Can Feel, Strawberry Switchblade. Strawberry Switchblade, Strawberry Switchblade.
Studio album by Strawberry Switchblade. All songs written by Jill Bryson and Rose McDowall, except where noted.
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