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AC/DC: Touch Too Much Meaning

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Song Released: 1980


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Touch Too Much Lyrics

It was one of those nights
When you turned out the lights
And everything comes into view
She was taking her time
I was losing my mind
There was nothing that she wouldn't do
It wasn't the first
It wasn't the last
She knew we was making...

  1. anonymous
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    Sep 8th 2014 report

    meybe it could a drug addiction? heroin is a she.like a sister or a mistress.sister morfhine and also known as venus if im not mistaken.a toutch too much of that.or maybe couldnt get the fix so hes suffering for more.wosnt the first time or the last. pardon my english writing.

  2. anonymous
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    Jun 17th 2014 report

    It's obviously about a voyeur self-pleasuring -- as he looks at a woman across the way. His hand is "a velvet glove," and it's night, so "everything comes into view," and he really wants her "touch," but he's just watching... and self-pleasuring.

  3. anonymous
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    Feb 2nd 2011 report

    Anyway, i consider the original version much better, there is an obvious story , and this one is maybe just an edited version which sounds better.

  4. Facecliff
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    Mar 3rd 2010 report

    Maybe shes a hooker and maybe shes not. she could just be one hot girl looking for a good time and willing to do anything in bed.

  5. Heavy_Metal_Rules69
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    Apr 28th 2006 report

    Obviously about a hooker, the kind that you call from some newspaper ad and she comes into your house, you do as you wish to her while she wails and ..... BARF!

    This is ac/dc's best song my opinion. Anyway, it's great.


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