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Harrys Circumcision (Reverie Gone Astray) - Lou Reed - Magic And Loss (Cassette, Album)


1992
Label: Sire - 4-26662,Sire - 9 26662-4,Warner Bros. Records - 4-26662,Warner Bros. Records - 9 26662-4 • Format: Cassette Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock
Harrys Circumcision (Reverie Gone Astray) - Lou Reed - Magic And Loss (Cassette, Album)

 · Track 11 from his sixteenth solo album “Magic and Loss” released in copyright Sire Records. This concept album was initially going to be about magic, bu.

Harry stared at himself. His hairline receding, the slight overbite. He picked up the razor to begin his shaving and thought. "Oh, I wish I was different. I wish I was stronger. I wish I was thinner. I wish I didn't have this nose. These ears that stick out remind me of my father.

Lou Reed – Harry's Circumcision Lyrics. Looking in the mirror Harry didn't like what he saw The cheeks of his mother the eyes of his father As each day crashed around him the future stood revealed He was turning into his parents The final disappointment Stepping out of the shower Harry stared at himself.

 ·  · Harry's Circumcision (Reverie Gone Astray) Gassed And Stoked (Loss) Power And Glory Part II (Magic - Transformation) Magic And Loss (The Summation) A Dream: Dirty Blvd. Sweet Jane: I'm Waiting For The Man: Rock 'N Roll: Satellite Of Love: Walk On The Wild Side.

 · Credits. Acoustic Guitar – Lou Reed, Mike Rathke. Art Direction, Design – Spencer Drate, Sylvia Reed. Bass [Clevinger 6-string Electric Upright] – Rob Wasserman. Design [Additional] – Dennis Ascienzo, Judith Salavetz. Drums – Michael Blair. Electric Guitar – Lou Reed, Mike Rathke. Guitar [Casio] – Mike Rathke. Percussion.


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  1. Harry's Circumcision - Reverie Gone Astray Lyrics: Looking in the mirror Harry didn't like what he saw / The cheeks of his mother the eyes of his father / As each day crashed around him the future.

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