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The Masochism Tango - Tom Lehrer - More Of Tom Lehrer (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Masochism Tango Lyrics: I ache for the touch of your lips, dear / But much more for the touch of your whips, dear / You can raise welts / Like nobody else / As we dance to the Masochism Tango.
  2. More of Tom Lehrer was the second studio album recorded by musical satirist Tom Lehrer. The LP contains the same songs (in the same sequence) as the live album An Evening Wasted with Tom Lehrer, which was recorded and released earlier in the same year.
  3. " The Masochism Tango " Was Released In And Was Featured On The Albums " An Evening Wasted With Tom Lehrer " And " More Of Tom Lehrer ". This Song Was Also Featured On The Albums That Followed The Aforementioned Records. Lyrics: Edit.
  4. Tom Lehrer, a Harvard math professor with an uncanny knack for writing satirical songs that were as memorable as they were oddly melodic, dabbled in a musical and performing career more than he depended on it for rent, which no doubt freed him to write and sing about whatever he linemibarfaimareterbigatothe.coinfo of his material, tied as it often was to whatever was politically current, doesn’t date well, but a.
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  6. Delightful serving of some of America's greatest humor! I bought this album because I eagerly watched Tom Lehrer perform on TV when I was in high school and college back in the sixties, and I received a recent request from a friend for "Masochism Tango", of which there are two versions on this loaded CD.
  7. k members in the vinyl community. Records & Turntables. Been gradually getting the records, and had a lot of fun listening to slightly different performances of the same songs on some of them (still yet to find the "Tom Lehrer Discovers Australia (And Vice Versa)" and a few others, as far as I can tell).The amount of detail on the covers is just amazing; coupled with lengthy descriptions on.

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