You're Soaking In It. Released by Predisc - Glenn Mudryk Feb 2011 8 Tracks. You're Soaking In It is a English album released on Feb 2011. You're Soaking In It Album has 8 songs sung by Puremud. Listen to all songs in high quality & download You're Soaking In It songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.
You're Soaking in It! About. I first knew this song thanks to the This Mortal Coil album It’ll End in Tears. The album that was also my first exposure to Big Star’s Kanga Roo and Holocaust. I did not know, back in the day, that It’ll End in Tears was sort of a primer to some classic cult songs. I find the Big Star covers hopelessly stilted compared to the intimacy of Chilton’s originals; but I might actually prefer Robbie Grey’s take on Not Me. Barry Adamson, People.
You're Soaking In It - X5, Awareness, Some of the time and 8 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. You're Soaking In It. From: Puremud. Count: 8. Views: 2. You're Soaking In It tracks.
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Think I just remembered something I think I left the faucet running Now my words are filling up the tub Darling, you're just soaking in it But I know you'll get out the minute You notice all your fingers pruning up. I'm tired of being careful, gentle Trying to keep the water warm Let me under your skin Uh-oh, there it goes I said too much, it overflowed Why do I always spill? . Think I got myself in trouble So I fill the bath with bubbles Then I'll put the towels all away Should've never said the word "love" Threw a toaster in the bathtub I'm sick of all the games I have to play. I'm tired of being careful, gentle Trying to keep the water warm Let me under your skin Uh-oh, there it goes I said too much, it overflowed Why do I always spill?
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