Brass in Pocket was the first UK No.1 of the 80s, The Pretenders' biggest When she heard James Honeyman-Scott play what would become.
is British slang meaning "courage or confidence".:help: But what does "Brass in Pocket" mean?! Does she want to knock out her object of.
Brass In Pocket by Pretenders song meaning, lyric interpretation, video and chart "Pulling a girl" means finding a companion for the evening; "dexies" are.
Got brass in pocket / Got bottle I'm gonna Gonna use my, my, my imagination / ' Cause I gonna make Got rhythm I can't miss a beat / Got new skank it's so.
Brass in Pocket is a single by The Pretenders. It was written by Chrissie Hynde and singer about to have her first sexual encounter with a particular person, and is expressing her confidence that the experience will be successful.
“Scaramouche, Scaramouche, will you do the fandango?”. “Brass in pocket” is English slang for money (referring to the color of gold coins).