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Radio 59, side B, track 9: “She Blinded Me With Science” by Thomas Dolby

Thomas Dolby - She Blinded Me With ScienceOh, Thomas Dolby, I don’t really have much else to add to this one beyond what I wrote about it last time it showed up on my track list.  Except to say that I’d still really like to meet Miss Sakamoto.

“She Blinded Me With Science”

Ha!

It’s poetry in motion

She turned her tender eyes to me

As deep as any ocean

As sweet as any haaarmony

Mm, but she blinded me with science

(She blinded me)
(With science!)

And failed me in biology, yeeah

Nanoo

Huh huh

When I’m dancing close to her

(Blinding me with science science)

(Science)

I can smell the chemicals

(Blinding me with science science)

(Science!)

(Science)

Mmmmm, but it’s poetry in motion

When she turned her eyes to me

As deep as any ocean

As sweet as any haaarmony

She blinded me with science

(She blinded me)
(With science!)

Failed me in geometry
Huh huh huh huh huh huh

When she’s dancing next to me

(Blinding me with science science)

(Science)

Mm mm, mm mm, mm

I can hear machinery

(Blinding me with science science)

(Science!)

Oh!

It’s poetry in motion

And now she’s making love to me

The spheres are in commotion

The elements in harmony

She blinded me with science

(She blinded me)
(With science!)

And hit me with technology
Huh huh huh huh huh huh

(Good heavens, Miss Sakamoto, you’re beautiful!)

Heeey

I don’t believe it

There she goes again

She’s tidied up, and I can’t find anything

All my tubes and wires and careful notes

And antiquated notions

But
Poetry in motion

And when she turned her eyes to me

As deep as any ocean

As sweet as any harmony

Uhhhh she blinded me with science

(She blinded me)
(With science!)

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