Stardust Five - Pussy Got Your Tongue
|1||Pussy Got Your Tongue (Radio Edit)|
|2||Pussy Got Your Tongue (Midnight Juggernauts Remix)|
Remix – Midnight Juggernauts
Issued in a generic card wallet and comes with promo sheet.
Stardust Five - Stardust Five. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Watch the video for Pussy Got Your Tongue from Stardust Five's Stardust Five for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Stardust Five is five-piece surf rockpop band based in Melbourne, Australia. The members of the band Dan Kelly, Paul Kelly, Dan Luscombe, Peter Luscombe and Bill MacDonald. Paul Kelly guitar, vocals Dan Kelly - guitar Peter Luscombe drums Dan Luscombe - guitar, keyboards, vocals Bill MacDonald - bass plus actor-singer Loene Carmen singing Pussy Got Your Tongue View wiki. Pussy Got Your Tongue first single from Stardust Five - featuring Paul Kelly, Dan Kelly, Dan Luscombe, Peter Luscombe and Bill McDonald. What's the matter now-pussy got your tongue I heard the water running. Did you think I was asleep I heard the water running. Whatcha want to take a shower for this time of night Huh It's late. Tell me now, what's wrong-pussy got your tongue You slide in next to me-all soapy. I can still smell her though. That bitch Look at me now. Don't touch me Look at me now. Stardust Five is the self-titled debut album by Stardust Five which was released in 2006. The album was mixed and produced by Tchad Blake Crowded House, Bernard Fanning. It was released on EMI Music in Australia and Capitol Records in the United States. The title of the song was originally. Stardust Five. Playground Music Scandinavia от лица компании Dramatico BMG Rights Management US, LLC, ARESA, SOLAR Music Rights Management, Mushroom Music. Album 2005 11 Songs. Pussy Got Your Tongue. Mi Camion Mi Casa. 3: On. Stardust Five Tracklist. Last Orders Lyrics. Pussy Got Your Tongue Lyrics. Missing Lyrics. Mi Camion Mi Casa Lyrics. The title of the song was originally the title of a short film by Tania Lacy that was shown at Tropfest in 1997