Touch Your Woman

Album: Touch Your Woman (1972)
  • Though innocuous by today's standards, the song was deemed too sexually explicit, and was cut from a number of radio stations' playlists when it was released in early 1972. It still managed to reach #6 on the Country singles chart.
  • Later in 1972, this was covered by R&B artist Margie Joseph. >>
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    Mark - Boston, MA, for above 2
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