Touch Me, Im Sick: The 52 Creepiest Love Songs Youve Ever Heard by Tom ReynoldsLove once inspired sonnets, plays, novels, and countless romantic songs. But romance can become obsession, and nowadays, love songs are creepier than ever. Even the Police’s stalker anthem “Every Breath You Take” is a popular choice at weddings and funerals.
In Touch Me, I’m Sick, Tom Reynolds offers hilarious riffs on 52 love songs that have gone off the rails into the realm of the tawdry, the overwhelming, the obsessive, the self-absorbed, and the completely weird. Including songs by artists as diverse as Melissa Etheridge, Michael Jackson, Paul Anka, Sinead O’Connor, and Slipknot, he also pillories a handful of the 1,700 different songs called “Butterfly.”
Praise for Tom Reynolds’ I Hate Myself and Want to Die
A tremendous idea . . . Reynolds ameliorates the pain of having put his ear up close to some of the most inconsiderate despair anthems of our time by having enormous fun deconstructing them. —The Sunday Times
Full of premium trivia and pinpoint pomposity-pricking, Reynolds has made comedy gold from the full base metal of misery.
An entertaining and well-researched set of cautionary tales music fans will enjoy. Consider the list a batch of enthralling liner notes for a box set that comes with razor blades. —Playboy<
Bridget Jones would love it. —The Scotsman
Out of Touch
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"Out of Touch" is a song by American duo Daryl Hall and John Oates from their twelfth studio album Big Bam Boom (). The song was released as the lead.
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Not in contact or communicating any longer; not aware of the news or status of someone or something. John and I have been out of touch since high school, so I really have no idea what he's up to these days. Not aligned with, aware of, or receptive to current trends, styles, or attitudes. Sometimes hyphenated when used before a noun. Dad, you're so out of touch—no one listens to CDs anymore! I don't think you realize just how harmful out-of-touch attitudes like that can be. Not having done something in a long time, and no longer skillful as a result.
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