'Tame' Pixies (Doolittle, 4AD, 1989) & 'Ex-Lion Tamer' Wire (Pink Flag, Harvest, 1977)

Got hips like Cinderella
Must be having a good shame
Talking sweet about nothing
Cookie I think you're

Tame
Tame, tame
Tame

I'm making good friends with you
When you're shaking your good frame
Fall on your face in those bad shoes
Lying there like you're

Tame
Tame, tame
Tame
Tame
Tame, tame
Tame

Tame
Tame, tame
Tame
Tame
Tame
Tame

Taken from the Pixies first-ever (exclamation mark added/optional) live TV performance - they also played 'Monkey gone to heaven'. So nice the way Black Francis does his little dance, kicking his leg almost as he gets into it, and the way Kim Deal provides the high-pitched grace notes, ten seconds after BF starts hyper-ventilating.

Sigmund Freud, Beyond the pleasure principle (first published in 1920). Read the text here.   

There's great danger (danger)
For the loneliest ranger in town
No silver bullets (bullets)
Tonto's split the scene

Next week will solve your problems
But now
Fish fingers all in a line
The milk bottles stand empty
Stay glued to your T.V. set (T.V.)

There's great danger
And most caped crusader of all
No cloak of justice
Robin's quit the scene

Next week will solve your problems
But now
Fish fingers all in a line
The milk bottles stand empty
Stay glued to your T.V. set (T.V.)
(T.V.) stay glued to your T.V. set (T.V.) oh, oh
(T.V.) stay glued to your T.V. set (T.V.) oh, oh
(T.V.) stay glued to your T.V. set (T.V.) oh, oh
(T.V.) stay glued to your T.V. set (T.V.) oh, oh
(T.V.) stay glued to your T.V. set (T.V.) oh, why don't ya, don't ya, don't ya
(T.V.) stay glued to your T.V. set (T.V.)
(T.V.) stay glued to your T.V. set (T.V.) oh, why don't ya, don't ya, don't ya
(T.V.) stay glued to that and your T.V. set (T.V.)

For x-number of years, I misheard the refrain to be 'Tame me' when in fact it's just unexpected London-accented vowels singing the word T.V ... thereby keeping me fresh via imperfection/damaged hearing, maybe or listening via expectation-fulfillment.  

Coda:

Description below YT video: 

'Hey, I'm Jay Fleetwood. I'm 17 and I've been playing drums for 4-5 years. This is my channel of drum covers and other videos. If you like my videos then you can subscribe. Also I'm looking for a band, so if you're interested in the idea and live in the DC/Maryland/Virginia area or somewhere near hit me up. Enjoy!' 

Check out this teen with his alt-90s/80s/70s punk etc obsession, playing the same music I was into as a youngster: kind of lovely to observe, he's super-talented as well (esp. with those Joy Division covers).