Behind The Lyrics: Touch Me By 49ers

Dawn Mitchell, DJ Gianfranco Bortolotti and Aretha Franklin hiding behind a music stand. By Oddball Times

The 49ers sampled Aretha Franklin in their 1990 hit “Touch Me” and boy was that an unforgettable lyric! Aretha sang “Peter Pan in his hand” which was a reference to the Lost Boys mutually masturbating each other. Peter then shouts “Come on and touch me!”, presumably because Tootles, Nibs, Slightly and Curly are so good at giving hand-jobs. This scene must have been from J. M. Barrie’s first draft, because a circle jerk would have shocked audiences at the time. Maybe that’s what “Tinker Bell” originally meant!

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