a secret understanding - A soundtrack for the painful adolescences of queer, Chicago-born dorks who grow up to lead secret intelligence agencies.
(AKA, the Precious BB Queer Phil Coulson Mix, featuring songs from the late 70s/early 80s).
1. You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away - The Beatles: And I hear them say/Hey, you’ve got to hide your love away. 2. This Charming Man - The Smiths: Will nature make a man of me yet? 3. Ever Fallen in Love With Someone (You Shouldn’t’ve Fallen In Love With) - Buzzcocks: And if I start a commotion/I’ll only end up losing you/And that’s worse. 4. Watching The Detectives - Elvis Costello: You think you’re alone until you realize you’re in it./Now fear is here to stay; love is here for a visit. 5. Heroes - David Bowie: Though nothing will keep us together/We could steal time, just for one day. 6. The Passenger - Iggy Pop: And all of it is yours and mine/So let’s ride and ride and ride and ride. 7. Shot By Both Sides - Magazine: Didn’t lose myself in the crowd/I was shocked to find what was allowed. 8. (Don’t Fear) The Reaper - Blue Oyster Cult: Love of two is one/Here but now they’re gone. 9. Carry On Wayward Son - Kansas: Masquerading as a man with a reason/My charade is the event of the season. 10. Bitterfeast - Michael Cohen: And I, I will nestle in his fur/and never be to blame. 11. Hold the Line - Toto: Hold the line/Love isn’t always on time. 12. Don’t Stop Me Now - Queen: Don’t stop me now/ (‘cause I’m having a good time).