Talk:Invisible Touch (song)

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In the template it says 15 in UK, the text says 1? 13:16, 11 May 2006 (UTC)


I heard the "she" in this song is cocaine, making it a warning about the dangers of addiction (it would certainly fit). Anybody know anything about this? Daniel Case 03:36, 7 January 2007 (UTC)

Never heard of it. The rest of the lyrics in the song really make the cocaine comparision make very little sense, actually. FamicomJL 19:28, 7 October 2007 (UTC)
Almost six years later ... sure about this?:
She has a built in ability
To take everything she sees ...
And now it seems I'm falling, falling for her ...
It takes control and slowly tears you apart ...
Well I don't really know her, I only know her name
But she crawls under your skin, you're never quite the same, and now I know
She's got something you just can't trust
It's something mysterious
And now it seems I'm falling, falling for her ...
And though she will mess up your life,
You'll want her just the same, and now I know
She has a built in ability etc.
Granted it could be just another "dangerous woman" song, but given that at that time there were a lot of people in the industry getting over their coke problems, the correspondence is too strong to dismiss so lightly. Further research is needed. Daniel Case (talk) 03:53, 7 September 2013 (UTC)

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Do we have to include Patrick Bateman?[edit]

"a meditation on intangibility"

--This is from the novel and film version of American Psycho:

It's like someone was trying to insert a joke into the article, and now it's been reprinted all over the internet. We should fix this. Wikipedia shouldn't even say vague things like "meditation on intangibility". —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 20:03, 12 July 2009 (UTC)

The Overview of the article "Duke (album)" is also taken from that same scene. I don't know if it's vandalism or just awesome. (talk) 00:03, 12 June 2010 (UTC)