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David Byrne sounds like he's channelling John Cale in "The Gift" by The Velvet Underground. 
I thought the same thing
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that background thing/whatever is solid
this is sooooooooooo primal scream
David Byrne sounds like he's channelling John Cale in "The Gift" by The Velvet Underground.
I love TH songs like this one, when David sounds like he knows how ridiculous the song is.
it´s a shame - I know. The truth is: I didn´t know this tune so far....funky & cool stuff! Like it
Deliciosa! Fecho os olhos e viajo.....
Dave was always out there..............I like that.
haha, I LUV THIS ! Its like a literary journal in lyrical form !
Wish I could go inside David Byrne's head for a day. Actually, scratch that - I might never recover.
definitely has a bit of a Beat feel
"Once in a lifetime..." you get to discover such a great band.
Mmmmmmm David Byrne <3
the lyrics on this album still feel relevant, 30 years later.
Reminds me a little of the Velve Underground's 'Telephone conversation' song, but, of course, funkier ..
This reminds me of William S. Burroughs.
some may have gotten half way there... and changed their minds...
one of their best
for some reason I want to make a t-shirt with these lyrics on it.
db is a damn genius.
I don't often give a shit, but come on, the lyrics.
...1sy impressions are often correct, although some people might make mistakes...
The background vocalizations make this song from me. It's almost haunting.
If Kafka did post-punk funk
Poetry over a funky jam in space?
"by force of will, cause his face to approach those of his ideal"
the best rhythm section on the album
this song, Born Under Punches, and the Overload make me keep coming back to this record.
I love. David's voice.
easily one of their coolest songs
what a fuckin beat. most underrated on remain in light.
This could be contemporary R&B, 30 years later... awesome.
The "hidden jem" in the talking heads library.
how weird if it would turn out that these lyrics are true