Two girls run away from a mental institution and forge a relationship on the streets of New York. They soon begin enjoying their punk-rock life until the powers that be start nosing around, looking for them, unsettling their already delicate mental states. Will the Sleez Girls be torn apart? Or will they tear themselves apart? Written by
The entertainment revolution that Robert Stigwood began continues with Times Square
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Did You Know?
The name of the girl's double-act was "The Sleaze Sisters". See more
In the final musical number, a safety wire is visible on Nicky Marotta. See more
My heart/it's pumpin'/my foot/it's runnin'/my head/it's hurtin'/it's hurtin' me./I never told you/everything/I never said the stuff I should/I was chicken to tell you/I never thought I could./ Find me/help me/save me./Can you hear me?/Can you feel me out there?/Pammy! I'm callin' you Pammy! Pammy!
References A Woman's Torment
Performed by Robin Johnson
Composed by Billy Mernit
and Jacob Brackman
Courtesy of RSO Records, Inc. and Stigwood Music, Inc. See more