You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth" (also known as "You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night)") is the first solo single by the American singer Meat Loaf, released in 1977. It is a track from his album Bat Out of Hell, written by Jim Steinman. The song begins with a spoken word introduction by Jim Steinman and actress Marcia McClain: Boy: On a hot summer night, would you offer your throat to the wolf with the red roses? Girl: Will he offer me his mouth?
sort by album sort by song. album: "Bat Out Of Hell" (1977). Bat Out Of Hell You Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night) Heaven Can Wait All Revved Up With No Place To Go Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad Paradise By The Dashboard Light For Crying Out Loud. album: "Meat Loaf Featuring Stoney & Meatloaf" (1978). Jimmy Bell She Waits By The Window Stone Heart Who Is The Leader Of The People Kiss Me Again Sunshine (Where's Heaven?) Jessica White Lady Be Mine Everything Under The Sun. album: "Dead Ringer" (1981).
Produced by Todd Rundgren. Album Bat Out of Hell. You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night) Lyrics. The song is about the protagonists first ever kiss with a girl, and uses – like so many songs on the album – vivid imagery, and small details to help place the listener in his situation. The opening spoken-word part seems to be about sacrifice (offering your throat to a wolf, so the wolf can tear it open), perhaps sacrificing his kissing virginity? The reception it was mostly negative, due to the opening intro being too thematic and less entertaining. 4. All Revved Up with No Place to Go. 5. Two Out of Three (Ain’t Bad). 6. Paradise by the Dashboard Light. 7. For Crying Out Loud.
You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night). All Rewed Up with No Place to Go. 04:20. You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth - For Crying Out Loud. 7'', 1978, Epic Records, Cleveland International Records. 1. You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night). 2.
All Revved Up with No Place to Go. 08:16. 3. Two Out of Three Ain't Bad. River Deep, Mountain High. Meat Loaf Featuring Stoney. Album, 1979, Motown Records, Prodigal.
Two Out of Three Ain't Bad. Meat Loaf. Rock And Roll Dreams Come Through.
But my soul is flying high above the ground. I'm trying to speak but no matter what I do I just can't seem to make any sound. And then you took the words right out of my mouth. Oh it must have been while you were kissing me. You took the words right out of my mouth. Oh and I swear it's true, I was just about to say I love you. (love you) And then you took the words right out of my mouth. This album and several songs on its follow-up could have been turned into a rock and roll musical. The album was wasted in '78 and other than Two Outta' Three Ain't Bad got virtually no airplay. Stations were too busy playing Bee Gees and Metal. It was turned into a musical. Bat Out of Hell, the Musical. If you get the chance go see it. It's over the top.
that Meat Loaf, Steinman, and the band tried for a year or so to get the record label with their music, and how they allegedly did so was a 45-second recording with no singing at all. The song has a reminiscently Motown feel to it, particularly in its echoed vocals, drums and drum breakdown. lt;/p
place to go. Oh, baby, I'm a hunter in the dark of the forest I've been stalking you and tracking you down Cruising up and down the main drag all night long We could be standing at the top of the world Instead of sinking further down in the mud You and me 'round about midnight You and me 'round about midnight Someone's. place to go. I was nothing but a lonely all-American boy Looking out for something to do And you were nothing but a lonely all-American girl But you were something like a dream come true I was a varsity tackle and a hell of a block And when I played my guitar I made the canyons rock But every Saturday night I felt the. fever grow.