"Hot 'N Cold" as written by Simon Ratcliffe and Felix Major Buxton....
Don't nobody speak to me no more
I wanna hear but can't hear you when you call
Do you really mean it or have I just seemed to miss the point
Whatever it is it's bringing me to boiling point

[Chorus]
Hot and cold
Wet and warm
Hot and cold
Lets just make one thing we can all have when it all crumbles down

Now I hear you talking some nonsense
And I know it's peripheral and completely missable but
Nicer than silence and the odd siren that would otherwise be all I hear

Hot and cold
Wet and warm
Hot and cold
I want to hear you hear you when you call

[Chorus]

It makes no sense at all to me
It makes no sense at all to me

Reach out try and slither under my skin
Slide under me take my veins and go straight to the black hole within

Now I hear you talking some nonsense
And I know it's periphral and completely missable but
Nicer than silence and the odd siren that would otherwise be all I hear

Hot and cold
Wet and warm
Hot and cold
I want to hear you hear you when you call

[Chorus]


Lyrics submitted by **ViX**, edited by slippyd

"Hot 'N Cold" as written by Simon Ratcliffe Felix Major Buxton

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    General CommentThis song is quite self-explanitory, about what happens while doing the dance of getting closer to someone. It means to illustrate the early part of courtship, where you don't know the other person well enough to correctly interpret what they say and do, but regardless the confusion is welcomed because the alternative is worse. The song also talks to getting on the same page, meaning that at a minimum the two will have one thing they can share in the event that everything falls apart. It is especially important for the lyricist, who openly admits they are empty inside and longing.
    Foggson September 13, 2007   Link

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