Big Time Sensuality

Album: Debut (1993)
Charted: 17 88
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  • I can sense it
    Something important
    Is about to happen
    It's coming up

    It takes courage to enjoy it
    The hardcore and the gentle

    Big time sensuality
    We just met
    And I know I'm a bit too intimate
    But something huge is coming up
    And we're both included

    It takes courage to enjoy it
    The hardcore and the gentle

    Big time sensuality
    I don't know my future after this weekend
    And I don't want to!

    It takes courage to enjoy it
    The hardcore and the gentle

    Big time sensualityWriter/s: BJORK GUDMUNDSDOTTIR, NELLEE HOOPER
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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Comments: 1

  • Rusty from Miami Beach, Fli looove this song! BUT the first time i heard it when watching the music video i thought it was w-i-e-r-d; i was just discovering Björk..-and the genius of her music.
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