As a ten-year-old I borrowed a mix-tape chock-ful of sixties and seventies music from my father, which I enjoyed immensely (and as my english-skills at the time were very limited, my parents didn’t feel the need to be concerned about the message being brought - very convenient for parents in non-english-speaking countries ;)).
Now, my problem is: one of the songs from this tape has been on repeat inside my cranium for nearly a week, and I would like to replace my version with the original version.
As I cannot recall the title of it, and decidedly not the real lyrics (only some onomatopoeic nonsense I would be ashamed to reproduce here), I ask you, fellow dopers to fill the lapse in my memory, so that I can purchase this, as I remember it, excellent song. One line I do seem to remember goes something like:
…I know that you know that we know it’s wrong…
sung in a slow and whimsey manner, and I think the artist is Marc Bolan. I don’t think this is a very obscure song, so I was surprised I couldn’t google it down.
Oh, and as for the reward, anyone who nails this one will get the honour of being titled “Nestor of this doper’s father’s mixtapes”!