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Fun Lovin' Criminals : Bump / Run Daddy Run
The Crims go queer...sort of...
If any further evidence were required, behold this latest travesty of a double-sided single. 'Run Daddy Run' posits the theory that criminals, are in fact, very naughty men while 'Bump' - one of the most crucifyingly embarrassing records of modern times - describes Huey gettin' it on (with girls, naturally) at gay clubs. "I met the finest girl of my life that night - at gay night - it's alright - don't be uptight" he moans, as if to say in his no nonsense, New Yoik, 'ah-wus-in-da-military' way, "dese gays - dey ain't so bad - as long as dey ain't lookin at my ass, capiche?"
A touching sentiment, perhaps, but can you stop now?
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