Taking off on WESTWORLD, a bus load of people going to a resort that helps them solve their sexual hang-ups. Everyone and everything is monitored by a huge computer run by a gang of white-coated technicians, which deducts their deepest sexual fantasies - whether or not they are aware of them. The clients are paired off with each other for optimum effect. A bigot, for example, is given a beautiful black woman to make love to, and a frigid housewife is linked up with a tender, soft-spoken lover. Written by
'Westworld' was for children, 'Futureworld' was for teenagers, but... Sex World is definitely for ADULTS!
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Why don't you dance? I thought you people had rhythm.
My rhythm isn't in my feet. It's about three or four foot higher, between my thighs is where my rhythm lies.
Composed by Berry Lipman
Lyrics by Frank A. Coe
Sung by Toni McVey
Produced and Arranged by Bobby Sanders
By Special Permission of Soultown Records See more