the bathwater's cold
I cannot even feel my lips
they are turning white
I'm quite worked-up by you tonight
and I can't even sleep
so here I am, it's four a.m.
shaving in your fifties tub with lady remington
and pictures line the wall of people i've never met
who they are and why they're here
and why they're staring at me now
the bathroom is a creepy place for pictures of your friends
it is a creepy place for pictures of your friends
it is a creepy place for pictures of your friends
ooh ooh ooh

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    General CommentThis is one of the few love songs i like. Really i love this song. It's quite possibly my favorite song from this album. He is in love and as he just cant quite find the words he gets caught up in this strange image of pictures in a bathroom. It's so brilliantly simple it blows me away. With such strange words and so little it's just an incredible song. You have to hear it to get the full effect. Though i have not yet met a woman you understands this song...
    Syrosson March 28, 2003   Link
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    General Commentsyross - yes its so simple its complex however he makes a good point: the bathroom is a creepy place for pictures of your friends.
    ohpioneeron April 23, 2003   Link
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    General Commentbottom line. dont put creepy bathrooms in pictures of ur friends.
    ForeverInADay416on May 11, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI still don't understand what the singer is getting at. Okay, he's in his bathtub, late at night, and thinking about someone he loves. What's with the 50's tub, and lady remington. I really don't get it at all.
    TheBrillouinZoneon December 13, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song paints a really surreal picture in your mind, and I think that is its purpose.
    somniferouson July 10, 2008   Link

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