"Sweetness" as written by and Casey Spooner Warren Fischer....
Violence
Pains this guy
Was a fearsome joy
Shooting blazing bursting
How I'm pouring sweetness
That I served inside
Was this profusion

And (wanted) it fills me up
Was this profusion
And (wanted) it fills me up
And I going
And I'm coming in now
And I feel it
Cannot be nowhere now

And I go
Here I am
Where I go I?

Cannot say
You are me and you are where I am
You smashed a hornet's nest
They swarm around inside
They hope to seek revenge
Slowly suffocate

In a bliss fragrance my core atomises
Deep in me gardenias bloom
(Pop!) For you
Splendid confusion
Hornets swarm inside
Pounds against refusion

Splendid confusion
And I going
And I'm coming in now
And I feel it
Cannot be nowhere now

And I go
Here I am
Where I go I?
Cannot say
You are me and you are where I am


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"Sweetness" as written by Warren Fischer Casey Spooner

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    General Commentviolence paints the sky
    emergeon January 23, 2006   Link
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    General CommentSome of these lyrics are way off: the first line should be "Violence, paints the sky." Am I alone in thinking that this song is about the World Trade Center attack? I hadn't really ever thought about it before watching the video, where someone (presumably Fischer or Spooner?) is talking about it, being unable to look away. The first line fits in with that interpretation, and if the rest of the song excessively vague, lines like "You smashed the hornets' nest/They swarm around inside/Hope to seek revenge" make sense in a particularly disturbing way. I think it's got to do with watching the events in real time and giving yourself up to the confusion, the "fearsome joy" that's like watching a movie right in front of you, except hundreds of people are really dying.
    owennnnnnnnnnon July 29, 2006   Link
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    General CommentActually this entire song is about ejaculation.
    "How I'm pouring sweetness" and "(POP) For you". I am not kidding this song is about one giant male orgasm.
    kidsmoke91on November 03, 2006   Link
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    General Commentfirst off this is NOT about 9/11 and was written long before that



    the genius of this song is it can be taken a few ways, watch the video its an amazing montage of sex and blood- its beautiful and makes fun of itself

    that said its both an orgasm and a heart breaking

    some of the lyrics are off too
    homesickalien013on January 13, 2008   Link

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