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"Touch Me" is a song by The Doors from their album The Soft Parade. Written by Robby Krieger, the riff is influenced by The Four Seasons "C'mon Marianne." It is notable for its extensive usage of brass and string instruments to accent Jim Morrison's vocals (including a powerful solo by featured saxophonist Curtis Amy), and was one of the most popular Doors songs. It was released as a single in December 1968. The song reached #3 on the Billboard… read more


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  • Avatar for Disvisonpunk86
    I ❤️ this sexy track so much ✌️🎷🎺 another classic and favourite of mine
  • Avatar for corpsetastic
    How can he marry you, he's fucking dead for longer than you've probably been breathing fresh air lol.
  • Avatar for TuneBlendR
    Today is the anniversary of Jim Morrison's death...
  • Avatar for sonicsphere
    my karaoke song! love it.
  • Avatar for Moonlight__Dawn
    I totally agree with grandfunk49 -- Morrison was channeling his inner Sinatra with this song minus the "come on, come on, come on now touch me baby". AWESOME song! <3
  • Avatar for jimbo_francis
    I just want to party on a LA beach with these guys.
  • Avatar for mot00rzysta
    KOMĄ KOMĄ KOMĄ......
  • Avatar for grandfunk49
    I'll do Sinatra...
  • Avatar for RAY7654321
    Listening to the 4th album "The Soft Parade" released on July 21, 1969 at this point Mr Morison was succumbing to alcoholism and had lost control of himself and the respect of his band mates. Review from the August 22, 1969 "Rolling Stone Magazine" (the Bible of the period) by Alec Dubro:
  • Avatar for vinman76
    Takes me to a better time and place!

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