53rd & 3rd - Rub It In! Album
Written By – Roy Strawbridge
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Written By – Layng Martine Jnr.
- Producer – Howard Huntridge, Keith Bonsoir
53rd & 3rd is a song by the American punk rock band the Ramones. The song, written by bassist Dee Dee Ramone, refers to what was then a well-known spot for male prostitution in New York City, known as the Loop. The area was a center of gay nightlife decades before the West Village became prominent, and was home to well-known hustler bars, most notably Cowboys, Rounds, and Red, from the 1970s through the 1990s. Текст песни: If you think you can, well come on man I was a Green Beret in Viet Nam No more of your fairy stories 'Cause I got my other you think you can, well come on man I was a Green Beret in Viet Nam No more of your fairy stories 'Cause I got my other worries 53rd and 3rd Standing & 3rd - Cheap Nasties. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. 53rd & 3rd. Исполнитель: Cheap Nasties. 2016 punk. 53rd & 3rd Lyrics. If you think you can, well, come on man I was a Green Beret in Vietnam I said, no more of your fairy stories Cause I got my other worries. 53rd and 3rd, standing on the street 53rd and 3rd, I'm trying to turn a trick 53rd and 3rd, you're the one they never pick 53rd and 3rd, don't it make you feel sick If you think you can, well, come on man I was a Green Beret in Vietnam I said, no more of your fairy stories Because I got my other worries. 프로필: Scottish record label founded in 1985 by Stephen McRobbie . Stephen Pastel of The Pastels, Sandy McLean Fast Product and David Keegan Shop Assistants. The catalogue number AGARR stands for As Good As Ramones Records. Currently inactive as a stand-alone label, but most product is available through Sandy's Glasgow record shop Love Music Glasgow, based at 34 Dundas Street, Glasgow, Scotland G1 2AQ. 연락처 정보: lovemusicglasgow. Just better. In the song, Dee Dee's lyrics referenced the wavering feelings of a straight teenage hustler who confuses being purchased with being attractive and also confuses violence with masculinity. Legend has it that Dee Dee himself, bassist and primary songwriter of the Ramones, worked as a hustler in order to pay for his heroin habit. He refused to discuss the matter, fueling speculation that the track is, in fact, autobiographical. In the film End of the Century: The Story of the Ramones, other members the band seem to insinuate that the story is indeed true. A5 53rd and 3rd, don't it make you feel sick X 4. e- B-. A-5-5-5-5-7-7-7-5-5-5-5-7-7-7- e-5-5-5-3-3-3-3-5. Chorus 2 :: 1 step up. E B A B 53rd and 3rd, standing on the street E B A B 53rd and 3rd, I'm tryin to turn a trick E B A B 53rd and 3rd, you're the one they never pick E B A B 53rd and 3rd, don't it make you feel sick X 4. 53rd and 3rd Standing on the street 53rd and 3rd I'm tryin' to turn a trick. 53rd and 3rd You're the one they never pick 53rd and 3rd Don't it make you feel sick Then I took out my razor blade Then I did what God forbade Now the cops are after me But I proved that I'm no sissy. Mostrar mais