Here Come the Leaping Lesbians!

From “Gurl Please” published in the Bottom Line (March 23, 2012)

The lyrics of this 1977 Olivia Records (lesbian label) song “Leaping” sound so funny today. The song began with the sound of a closet door creaking open. Oddly, the sound effect didn’t evoke sexual liberation as much as it did a haunted house.  Next, you heard a flock of wild lesbians creeping out of the closet, cackling devilishly. Mmmmwwwwaaahhhhhhaaahahaha. Once out of the haunted closet, the singers, Sue Fink and Joelyn Grippo began:

“Here come the lesbians,
Here come the leaping lesbians!
We’re going to please you, tease you,
Hypnotize you, try to squeeze you.
We’re going to get you if we can!”

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  1. I’m just trying to find out why it says “play me backwards” and I’m too lazy to figure out a way to play it backwards (b/c I have a feeling it was just to see what kind of crap people think they hear).

    Comment by jeff lyons — August 19, 2013 @ 8:45 am

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