Tattooed Love Boys - Pretenders* - Pretenders
Label: WEA - RAL 3,Real Records - RAL 3 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: New Zealand • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, New Wave
Post a Comment. It's more of an ode to masculinity in all of its beauty and brutality. A gang rape fantasy. And then later Lucky Charmed - Christopher Young - Judas Kiss (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) a warning to another woman.
The central image evoked is that of a tattoo, a shorthand term Ms. Hynde uses to describe these men she's obsessed with. One could also imagine a tattoo as an indelible mark or brand that a man might leave on an impressionable young woman. Against a backdrop of triumphant arpeggios played on an electric guitar paired with an insistent throbbing bass line, our protagonist announces that she has "torn her knees out" in order to be around men who she has read about in books and fantasized about.
Perhaps she has gotten a job in an auto shop or joined a gang like Anybodys from "West Side Story". Hynde ominously as she realizes that they may have bitten off more than she can chew. Many of us have dreamed of being brutalized or overwhelmed sexually. It is the stuff of paperback romances and soap operas. In the third verse, the triumphant arpeggios are back as Ms. Are they all participating in a gang bang? I suppose the "number" they are waiting for Tattooed Love Boys - Pretenders* - Pretenders be draft-related but I seriously doubt that the Vietnam war has anything Tattooed Love Boys - Pretenders* - Pretenders do with this song.
Nevertheless, Ms. She is no longer innocent. Next, Ms. Hynde is addressing a new character, a female who has perhaps usurped her position as the fille de regiment. Maybe it's disillusioned, experienced herself.
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