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Check out Your Funny Uncle ( Digital Remaster) by Pet Shop Boys on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on laustatlakingcewbe.lassculleberrocomrasotquidicmettbubb.co Your funny uncle. A windy day, the cars in slow formation. Not far away a final destination. One mother's son. his father's distant gaze regretting. where they went wrong. He always found it too upsetting. Me and my friend. we lived our lives completely. Lyrics to 'Your Funny Uncle' by Pet Shop Boys. A windy day, the cars in slow formation Not far away a final destination One mother's son his father's distant gaze regretting where they went wrong. Your Funny Uncle. Edit. Classic editor History Comments Share. Contents. Release Date Edit. September Summary Edit. One of two b-sides to 'It's Alright'. Background Edit. This is a very personal song to Neil. It describes the funeral of a friend of his who succumbed to AIDS. "All the details are true: the cars in slow formation, and so on. Aug 03,  · Your Funny Uncle. Posted on August 3, Categories crime fiction, diversity, This is a text widget, which allows you to add text or HTML to your sidebar. You can use them to display text, links, images, HTML, or a combination of these. Edit them in . Quite literally a "funny uncle" (that is, an uncle who was "funny ha-ha"), he was obsessed with cracking jokes and playing pranks, while at the same time of "questionable" sexuality ("funny strange")—never overtlyhinted at on television but blatantly suggestedby the fact that he was portrayed by comedian Paul Lynde, "officially" closeted (it wasthe sixties, after all) but whose gayness was essentially known by . He's the uncle who constantly cracks jokes. While trying to lure nephews and neices into his van. For secret rides. Your Funny Uncle Lyrics. A windy day. The cars in slow formation. Not far away. A final destination. One mother's son. His father's distant gaze, regretting. Where they went wrong. He always found it 10/10(1). The song was originally written and performed by Sterling Void, Chicago Vocalist and lyricist Paris Brightledge and Marshall Jefferson and came to the attention of Pet Shop Boys on a house compilation issued by DJ International Records in


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  1. Nikolar - Reply
    Your Funny Uncle Lyrics. [Verse 1] A windy day. The cars in slow formation. Not far away. A final destination. One mother's son. His father's distant gaze, regretting. Where they went wrong.
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    Check out Your Funny Uncle ( Digital Remaster) by Pet Shop Boys on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on laustatlakingcewbe.lassculleberrocomrasotquidicmettbubb.co
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    Your funny uncle. A windy day, the cars in slow formation. Not far away a final destination. One mother's son. his father's distant gaze regretting. where they went wrong. He always found it too upsetting. Me and my friend. we lived our lives completely.
  4. Gardataur - Reply
    Lyrics to 'Your Funny Uncle' by Pet Shop Boys. A windy day, the cars in slow formation Not far away a final destination One mother's son his father's distant gaze regretting where they went wrong.

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