Take A Walk On The Wild Side // Lou Reed
OK, so I guess this might be the part where I reveal that I identify strongly with transvestite itinerant bar workers, backroom profligates and rent boys. Alas, somewhat more worryingly, Lou Reed’s classic number simply brings back memories of my childhood. It’s all due to the questionable driving music choices of my father, when mini-Tony couldn’t quite yet see over the dashboard. Well, he could hear the lyrics, he just didn’t know what they meant yet. It’s actually a rather downbeat celebration of individual opportunity, the freedom of America and the unorthodox lives of several characters. Reed at his best.
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