Explosive Mouth
T. Rex Lyrics


Now I'm poppin' a few in the morning dew
Do the monkey wrench,
on a persian bench it's a teenage night
and the vampires are right

And I want to lay my lips on your explosive mouth

Picked up Kenny at the art-deco deli,
And Zero is a cat with any automated hat
And I need to be rid of the fantasies I'm hiding

And I want to lay my lips on your explosive mouth

It's a shame for a man to hide all the things
that do survive from his past

When I jump on your horse I gallop the course,
And howl like a wolf and I drink up the sky
And I beat on my chest just to punk up the rest

And I want to lay my lips on your explosive mouth
And I want to lay my lips on your explosive mouth

It's a shame for a man to hide all the things
that do survive from his past

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Comments from YouTube:

michael foley

This recording is so clear and yes I love this album as well count me in to the Zinc gang

Michael Cameron

This is a brilliant song from a brilliant album Lyrics are great throughout his guitar playing laid back and excellent and I love the orchestrations and backing vocals Excellent

steve8869

Love this album

steve8869

cats raptor231 Futuristic Dragon has always been a personal favourite of mine too.I could listen to Jupiter Liar all day.

cats raptor231

Ya this might be my 2nd favorite of his behind Futuristic Dragon here is why -
This album has several KILLER-KILLER songs that didn't make it on to many of the greatest hits, a/b-side releases/etc. that came out later. So the only way you heard them (before Youtube) is off the album itself.
The songs that I'm mainly talking about come later like : Nameless Wildness, Carsmile Smith & the Old One, The Leopards Featuring Gardenia and the Mighty Slug to name a few.
I had been listening to T-Rex for years after a friend turned me on to them/him (Bolan) in the late 90's and between us we owned quite a few T-REX albums: Self-titled T-REX, Electric Warrior, The Slider, Tanx, Futuristic Dragon (probably the one I would pick if CREATOR said "Sorry but, you can only have one T-REX album to listen to for the rest of your life"), Best of A-sides & Best of B-sides, one of the "Greatest Hits" and several Tyrannosaurus Rex albums as well.
But atleast 5 years later, well into the 2000's I came across "Zinc Alloy and the Hidden Riders of Tomorrow" at a little mom & pop record store, it was a used 2-CD set but in perfect condition.
When we listened to it and heard those particular songs that I mentioned, it was Totally Surreal.
We thought we had heard it all pretty much, but those are some Real Hidden Gems and we were completely Floored that they were hidden right under our noses the whole time.
Of course we were Beyond Stoked to have those songs now in our collection of Music both Physically and Mentally/Spiritually! So this album to me has a higher rating than a lot of the earlier ones because of the "Hidden Gems"

Dimitri Tyler

Me too!

walendxweg

Nice (00)deeper them