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Group A
-Hot-hot-hot-sweat-sweet
-Wet-wet-wet-red-heat
-Hot-hot-hot-sweat-sweet
-Wet-wet-wet-red-heat
Please don't stop please
Please don't stop stop
Stop stop stop don't
Please please please please
-Hot-hot-hot-sweat-sweet
-Wet-wet-wet-red-heat
-Sticky-licky-trickle-tickle
-Steamy-creamy-stroking-soaking

Group B
-Hot-hot-hot-sweat-sweet
-Wet-wet-wet-red-heat

Collins
Touch

Maureen
Taste

Mimi
Deep!

Collins
Dark!

Maureen
Kiss!

Collins
Beg!

Mimi
Slap!

Mimi, Maureen & Collins
Fear!

Collins
Thick!

Collins, Mimi & Maureen
Red, red
Red, red
Red, red - please

Maureen
Harder

Angel
Faster

Maureen
Wetter

Mimi
Bastard!

Collins
You whore!

Maureen
You cannibal!

Mimi & Angel
More!

Maureen
You animal!

Maureen, Collins & Mimi
Fluid no fluid no contact yes
No contact

All
Fire fire burn-burn yes!
No latex rubber rubber
Fire latex rubber latex bummer
Lover bummer

Angel
Take me
Take me
Today for you
Tomorrow for me
Today me
Tomorrow you
Tomorrow you
Love
you
Love you
I love
You I love
You!
Take me
Take me
I love you

Roger's Voice
Um

Joanne's Voice
Wait

Mimi's Voice
Slipped

Collins' Voice
Shit

Joanne's Voice
Ow!

Roger's Voice
Where'd it go?

Mimi's Voice
Safe

Collins' Voice
Damn

Maureen's Voice
I think I missed
Don't get pissed

All
It was bad for me - was it bad for you?

Joanne
It's over

Maureen
It's over

Roger
It's over

Mimi
It's over

Collins
It's over


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    General CommentWell this is one big orgy with the entire cast...

    Angel's solo is his last part in the show, and when Collin's says "It's Over" he basically means that him and Angel are technically over, but not because they broke up, but Angel has died.
    liztomazon April 17, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThey had to cut this out of the movie, because if they used it, it would have been rated R. But in the movie, they made Angel's death so sad... I like the Broadway way of how Angel died, it wasn't dragged on.
    BrainStewed74on December 27, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThey had to cut this out of the movie, because if they used it, it would have been rated R. But in the movie, they made Angel's death so sad... I like the Broadway way of how Angel died, it wasn't dragged on.
    BrainStewed74on December 27, 2005   Link
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    General Commentone of the saddest songs especiial when collins says "its over" i cant stand that but no matter how sexual it is there is a very dep metaphor and it reminds me of AVENUE Q!
    meerys74on January 05, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthe metaphor which i somehoe i dint get to but the fact tha they are all "consumating" their relationships beceuase they all think theya re in "LOVE" but then it doesnt turn out the way they wanted and everything falls apart...without the latex rubbers! ;) and yea i hvnt seen the broadway version bu thsi time in the movie was so dramatic i think it was quite effective
    meerys74on January 05, 2006   Link
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    General CommentWell think about it, this is right before the funeral (obviously) but at the funeral they're all seperated, i've only seen teh movie and a very bad film of the play, so i didn't understand this, but hearing it and seeing the lyrics, it makes sense. This is everyones dream, their vision so to say, of what they want, then at the end, everyone breaks up, But the last line, Collins' It's Over sounds so sad, it shows that he didn't want it to be over
    brettnexxon March 30, 2006   Link
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    General CommentRoger, Where did what go? =D
    ChillyKittenon October 26, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti think this song kind of sums up all their relationships from the beginning up to when angel died. for instance, at the beginning of the song everyone is cooperative, i'm not sure if that is the right word, well, at thebeginning everyone is 'getting along well' and after angel's solo [which i kinda think signifies her death] everyone is leaving and breaking up.
    that's how i take this song, lots of people i know always say it's so offtrack from the play and unneeded, but i think it was a creative metaphor-y way to display the change in reltionships.
    penny_frescaon April 07, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis song is great. It expresses the horrors and disappointments that may come from unprotected sex. I can't stop listening to it! It's spoken word at it's finest. Also, it would be really cool to hear Angel's part [starting with 'take me ... 'sung as a dance remix, don'tcha think?
    beautiful_&_awkwardon November 13, 2007   Link

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