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Skin Storm

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MORRISSEY song
Name Skin Storm
Album/single Pregnant For The Last Time (single)
Length 2:58
Writer/composer Ian Michael Hodgson
Producer Clive Langer and Alan Winstanley
Release 15 July 1991

Information

This is a cover of the song by Bradford (1988). Morrissey changes the original line of: "Love is a wonderful emotion" for "could be".

Although Boorer, Day, Whyte & Cobrin are credited as playing on it - it is suggested that Mark Nevin, Mark Bedford & Andrew Paresi were used.

Lyrics

Delight See our faces are both shining And I've never felt so wanted Than when you cling with arms and legs

I tremble You crush my burning lips like ashes With so much skin to travel over While my head spins (and you knew it would)

And oh, what a storm! And oh, what a storm!

We shelter in our skin storm

I feel Feel your breath burn on my body You touch my senses, tingling brightly Slip-and-sliding into heaven

Love could be a wonderful emotion With such a rush of pleasure motion When I'm dancing on our skin

And oh, what a storm! And oh, what a storm!

We shelter in our skin storm

And oh, what a storm! And oh, what a storm!

We shelter in our skin storm

Live History

Play count (Morrissey concert): 0



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