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Her mind just snapped said this is it
She just bit right through her lip
Things are flying, they hit the floor
Someone's laughing, but it's not her
She just screams out madly let it end

She climbs through the window in stocking feet
And the ants they dance upon the street
Come now baby come down from there
Now what are you thinking with that stare
She cries if you love me help it end

Calm down, baby, just think about before
When we felt like loving, we'd fall down on the floor
We can find our way there again
Let's think about tomorrow, quit talking about the end

Her eyes are spinning like vertigo
And a spider crawls by, got somewhere to go
Tired of thinking about that twilight zone
Where the man would scream and nobody'd no

Remember those symphony tickets we bought
We never made it out of that parking lot
Come on baby don't leave me here
Don't drown yourself in that river of fear
She just whispers softly let it end

Calm down baby just think about before
We loved each other so damn hard we were torn and sore
I swear that I will take you from this place
Don't worry about your pain girl, we'll wipe out every trace

Let me take you one more time, let me know you
Like I did once before
So please now, take my shaking hand, I beg you
And I demand

She teeters like a seesaw on the edge
Rocks they drop but find no end
A bird flies by and winks at me
Says how much will you pay for this pair of wings
She just whispers softly let it end


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    General CommentPretty obvious meaning. A guy thinking that if they can re-establish themselves physically, that will put aside all her pains.

    But, the "demand" part poses some rather serious questions of abuse, but I'm not definitively convinced of such.

    In either case, a fantastic song.
    Richard_6on January 31, 2007   Link

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