"Black On Black II" as written by Ann Wilson, Nancy Lamoureaux Wilson and Kit Hain....
I´m lying beside you just thinking about us
Too tired to go to sleep and too much in love
I know I´m crazy but I can´t close my eyes
I´m scared you won´t be there in the morning when I rise
Will you be there?
Who do you dream about are you alone in your sleep?
To who will you reach out?
Oh, let it be me
Oh baby, you´re my obsession, my addiction, my drug
Don´t want to be without you when I wake up
Will you be there in the morning, will you be there when I want you?
Will you be there when I wake up, Oh I need you to be there in the morning
Will you be there?

Well, you´re so close to me but I feel so alone
The more I touch you the more I want
Don´t know what to do about me loving you but I pray to God that you feel it too
You´re my obsession, my addiction, my drug, so let the candle grow into a great fire of love
Will you be there in the morning, will you be there when I want you?
Will you be there when I wake up?
I need you to be there in the morning!
I want to love you forever,
Don´t want a love that´s now or never
Can´t you see you got me down on the floor.
I want more, more!

Will you be there in the morning, will you be there when I want you?
Will you be there when I wake up?
Will you be there in the morning?
Will you be there?


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"Black On Black II" as written by Robert John Lange

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    General CommentReally freaky song, I'd like to see someone try and figure out what it all means, I sure as hell have no idea where to begin, seems a little religeous. She sings it just right, hard and sounding angry. I really don't know what else to say about such a song.
    ReptileKingon March 27, 2005   Link
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    General CommentSeems like its about sex to me. I think the song is about a girl who has this bad reputation, and there's this boy who is rich and part of the high life sort of thing, but they have this sort of secret sexual encounter, or something like that.
    cymbalineon January 30, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe song is titled Black on Black II because there is also a Black on Black I. Lisa Dalbello wrote Black on Black I and is credited on Black on Black II. The songs main theme seems to be about the power, seduction and corruption of religious belief's and how they can be a paradox and symbiotic at the same time. Opposites attract and they also help give definition to each other. Right and wrong, fire and ice, pleasure and pain. But they once they become too close together they can be harder to define like laying black on black. The mother is an almost overbearing pious figure, but there is also a very sexual hidden nature to her. There is another possible interpretation.... Mother is an overbearing pious in public, admonishing daddy's little soldier boy not to touch himself, yet he witnesses mommy doing some very naughty things in private when she thinks no one is looking.
    Intrinsicblackon May 30, 2014   Link

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