|Body's In Trouble|
|Year In Song|
|MMOS 1||Mary Margaret O'Hara||Body's In Trouble (7", Single)||Virgin||MMOS 1||UK||1989|
|VS 1479||Mary Margaret O'Hara||Body's In Trouble (7", Single)||Virgin||VS 1479||Canada||1989|
Miss America is an album by Mary Margaret O'Hara, released in 1988. It is O'Hara's only full-length studio album released to date. All of her other releases have been EPs, soundtrack albums or collaborations with other artists. In 2009, the Art of Time Ensemble featuring Sarah Slean recorded a version of "To Cry About" for their album Black Flowers. All songs written and arranged by Mary Margaret O'Hara. To Cry About" – 3:23. Year in Song" – 3:34. Body's in Trouble" – 4:58. Dear Darling" – 3:51.
Mary Margaret O'Hara is a Canadian singer-songwriter, actress and composer. She is best known for the album Miss America, released in 1988. She released two albums and an EP under her own name, and remains active as a live performer, as a contributor to compilation albums and as a guest collaborator on other artists' albums. O'Hara was born in the late 1950's in Toronto, Ontario to a large family of Irish Catholic descent. She is the younger sister of comedic actress Catherine O'Hara.
This song is by Mary Margaret O'Hara and appears on the album Miss America (1988). Oh, just want to push somebodyYour body won't let youJust want to move somebodyBody won't let youYou want to feel somebodyBody won't let youWho, who, who do you talk to?Who do you talk to?Who do you talk to?When your body's in troubleThe body's in troubleThe body's in troubleWhen your body's in trouble, who?
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A few months ago, Perfume Genius released No Shape, one of 2017’s best albums. Now he’s back with a new cover song that he recorded live-in-studio for a this site session. Perfume Genius leader Mike Hadreas has taken on Body’s In Trouble, a 1988 song from the Canadian singer-songwriter Mary Margaret O’Hara. Hadreas has been doing the song live for a while. It doesn’t sound much like the original
Today we explore the ecstatic songs on Mary Margaret O’Hara’s cult hit Miss America. O’Hara’s disinterest in pursuing success is in keeping with how she expresses longing on Miss America: desire is open-ended and without objects on songs called To Cry About and My Friends Have ; a strange force that mangles her country-tinged balladry. While achieving transcendence through music wasn’t novel at the dawn of pop, let alone 1988, the way in which O’Hara sang about needing to escape the physical confines of her body to do so is just one of the qualities that gives Miss America its contemporary resonance. There is comfort and power in hearing ideas around the confines of gender. Her most famous song is Body’s in Trouble, which bridges the gap between Miss America’s more languorous and choppy sides.