Who Sang Naked? Citizen Fish

publisher: ©Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
writers: D Hill Warren, Michael Eckart, Dain Noel
release date: 1993
genres: Rock
styles: Ska/Punk
length: 2:44
Blind people must fall in love with a sense of mind a sense of touch/but when
you insist on finding shadows in which to kiss/and down the lights to cover
the sights of your nakedness/it feels so restrained/are we really ashamed/of
what we possess?/it's just nakedness/feeling too fat feeling too thin/needing
some clothing to cover the skin/thinking in terms of original sin/not knowing
where the other one's been/afraid to discuss the difference between/falling
in love and physical need/a thousand distant painted looks/staring from adver-
ts and top shelf books/makes us afraid of what we reveal/how it's portrayed is
not how it feels/it feels so individual/it feels so other-personal/dresses up
creates fiction/under restriction/fear of not being what the other one sees/
image contradicting what lies underneath/all the protection comes off in the
end/nothing left to judge you by - nothing to defend/covered up the truth so
long it seemed it wasn't there/here it is so laugh aloud or tell me why you're

CD 1
  • 1 T.V. Dinner
  • 2 Naked
  • 3 Small Talk
  • 4 Time Control
  • 5 Dividing Lines
  • 6 Media Men
  • 7 Bag Lady
  • 8 First Impressions
  • 9 Wet Cement
  • 10 Circular Vision
  • 11 Social Insecurity
  • 12 Invisible People
  • 13 Flinch

  • Album Information
    label: Bluurg Records
    country(area): United Kingdom
    format: CD
    script: Latin