"I Can See for Miles" was rarely performed live by The Who during the Keith Moon era; the complex vocal harmonies were difficult to replicate on stage, as was the percussion style found on the original recording.
This song may have inspired The Beatles' “Helter Skelter”. Paul McCartney recalls writing “Helter Skelter” after reading a review of The Who Sell Out in which the critic claimed that “I Can See for Miles” was the “heaviest” song he’d ever heard. McCartney had not heard the song, but wrote “Helter Skelter” in an attempt to make an even “heavier” song than the one praised in the review.”
If you put your hand on her lower pelvis and put pressure on it while you’re finger fucking her. I promise you she’ll damn near start speaking another language
The sky is forever changing it’s colours
if you bae and you’re sleep i’ll eat your pussy while your asleep and when you wake up to feeling this tongue flick at a high rate of speed on your clit all you can do is moan and fall back on your pillow. you good. i got you.
Santana - No One to Depend On