"Do you want kids, kids?"
Kees van Impelen
impelen at wxs.nl
Thu Apr 28 05:06:46 CDT 2005
In my humble opinion it must be a quote from "The kids are alright" [from
their first album from 1965 "My generation"] You can also find it on some
compilation cd's too.
In the live versions Pete and Roger sing additional words to the original
text. It's a simple song, but their performance, with a lot of emotion,
makes it very special.
>From Zeist, Holland
Van: thewho-bounces at igtc.com [mailto:thewho-bounces at igtc.com] Namens Eilen
Verzonden: woensdag 27 april 2005 14:13
Aan: thewho at igtc.com
Onderwerp: "Do you want kids, kids?"
I have a question I hope you can help me with.
Surfing the net for The Who stuff have made me aware of one particular song.
It is called "do you want kids, kids?".
I haven't had the privilege to listen to it, and it seems like lots of
people think it is one of The Who's best songs ever! I am eager to hear it!
Can anyone tell me where to find this song? Cause I can't find it.
Regards, Eilen from Vigrestad, Norway
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