It has been way too long since back when
Jasmine I’ve been wrong
I’ve been wrong about nothing

You’re still the same, I wish you changed
It’s still your game by your rules
And I will never learn nothing
And nothing ever changes

You’re asking me to go to an ordinary, satisfactory
Almost paradise

Staying round you
Hanging round you Jasmine
With the sound of our straws
Sipping down Yoohoo

You tantalize, I fantasize
And in your eyes is the world
When all else fades into nothing
I’m the proof you’re beautiful
When you’re aloof I get dumb
And I can’t think about nothing else
And nothing ever changes

You’re asking me to go to an ordinary, satisfactory
Almost paradise

Staying round you
Hanging round you Jasmine
With the sound of our straws
Sipping down Yoohoo

Love’s a beehive of honey and stings
And I don’t care if I never learn nothing

Staying round you
Hanging round you Jasmine
With the sound of our straws
Sipping down Yoohoo

And I don’t want anyone else
To mesmerize me, Jasmine


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    General CommentI can't figure out if this means that he's done with girls and doesn't want to learn anything new, and doesn't want to be mesmerized....or if it means that he gives into her routine and rules and doesn't want to be mesmerized by anyone but her...i don't get it. I was listening and trying to figure it out (it's on the tooth and nail compilation volume #2) but no one here has commented! help!

    -Amy
    sadwinterleaveson December 23, 2004   Link
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    General Commentto me amy

    "And I don’t want anyone else
    To mesmerize me, Jasmine"

    The conclusion leads me to think the rest of the song was happiness talking about this girl, and that he doesn't want anyone else but her.
    jfreak7on June 10, 2007   Link

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