Some articles on touch:
... "Don't Touch Me" was written by Jeannie Seely's husband, Hank Cochran, the songwriter who wrote Patsy Cline's "I Fall to Pieces" and Eddy Arnold's "Make the World Go Away" ... "Don't Touch Me" was recorded on March 12, 1966 in the Monument studios in Nashville ... such explicit sexual desire as expressed in "Don't Touch Me" ...
... Touch and Go, a play by D ... Lawrence Touch and Go, a Broadway musical with choreography by Helen Tamiris Touch and Go, a 2007 memoir by Studs Terkel "Touch and Go" an episode of the 2003 ... Touch and Mr ...
... Touch Me (I Want Your Body)" "I'm All You Need" "Suzie, Don't Leave Me With Your Boyfriend" "Wild Kinda Love" "Hold On Tight" "Do Ya Do Ya (Wanna Please Me)" "Want You To ...
... The Touch! Generations brand was launched in Europe on June 9, 2006 with the release of Dr ... Wii Play was listed as a Touch! Generations title in Australia, but not included in any other region ... Trauma Center Second Opinion is shown on the European Touch! Generations website, but is not listed under the official Touch! Generations games for Wii ...
... "A Touch of Class" Fawlty Towers episode Episode no ... Builders" List of Fawlty Towers episodes "A Touch of Class" is the pilot episode in the first series of the BBC television sitcom Fawlty Towers ...
More definitions of "touch on":
- (verb): Have to do with or be relevant to.
Synonyms: refer, pertain, relate, concern, come to, bear on, touch
Famous quotes containing the word touch:
“There is no country in which so absolute a homage is paid to wealth. In America there is a touch of shame when a man exhibits the evidences of large property, as if after all it needed apology. But the Englishman has pure pride in his wealth, and esteems it a final certificate. A coarse logic rules throughout all English souls: if you have merit, can you not show it by your good clothes and coach and horses?”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“Sleep hath its own world,
And a wide realm of wild reality.
And dreams in their development have breath,
And tears, and tortures, and the touch of joy.”
—George Gordon Noel Byron (17881824)