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"Pass This On" is a single from the Swedish electronic duo The Knife, released in It is the third track on The Knife's second studio album, Deep Cuts. Contents. [hide]. 1 Music video. Synopsis and Credits; Other versions; Reception. 2 Track listings; 3 Charts; 4 References. Music video[edit]. Synopsis and. Jan 17, Pass This On Lyrics: I'm in love with your brother / What's his name? / I thought I'd come by / To see him again / When you two danced / Oh what a dance / When you two laughed / Oh what a laugh / Has. Lyrics to "Pass This On" song by The Knife: I'm in love with your brother What's his name? I thought I'd come by to see him again when you two.

I'm in love with your brother / What's his name / I thought I'd come by / To see him again / When you to dance / Oh what a dance / When you to love / Oh what a love / does he mention my age, love? / Or is he more in to young girls with dyed black hair / I'm in love with your brother / I'd thought I'd come by / I'm in love with your. Apr 10, I found the idea of Queer Sounds intriguing, particularly in the context of the Knife's work and one of their more signature aesthetics: the blurring of gender but not all of the Knife's gender politics occur from voice modification, as seen the in video for the Knife's “Pass This On,” which happens to be a good. Feb 20, Pop Talk: Intense Encounters I, Young Men and Trans-Women in Music Videos: The Knife's “Pass This On,” by Luis-Manuel Garcia . But these possible readings take a different shape, once one realizes that the young man and the young woman are Karin Dreijer Andersson and Olof Dreijer, the two.

Lyrics to 'Pass This On' by The Knife. I'm in love with your brother / What's his name? / I thought I'd come by to see him again / And when you two danced / oh. May 25, Johan Renck's music video for The Knife's “Pass This On” throws us into one of the most uncomfortable football award banquets ever, complete with three of my favourite things: drag queens, The Knife's infectious song, and awkward straight boy dancing. Renck works to build an aesthetics of discomfort.

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