A little cash was took off me
While I lay there comfortably
I wouldn't move to stop her theft
Her deft hand moved across my chest

She stole a glance, and stole a sigh
With her eye pressed up against my eye
The heat of her against my face
The little dead girl, the little fish

I heard the horns in the square play
At the end, at the end of the day

While boys and girls did promenade
In the room I stayed with her
I knew she wouldn't steal from me
Yeh, she lay there trustworthy

No gold digger, tonight with me
She gripped me goldly, and naively
The horns died down, and thunder cracked
As I rolled over on my back

She still lay just to my right
And I to her left, to her left that night


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    General CommentThis one's always puzzled me. Did the singer kill the girl after she robbed him? Is he now humping a dead girl? Does he consider his spunk to be some sort of commodity? Or is he simply implying that the girl is a "cold fish" in the sack as he unleashes his "thunder"?

    So many questions...

    My feeling is that the only things that were stolen were his trust and love, items of great value which he would not give away easily. The girl that took his love either died or was scamming him and hurt him deeply. Now he seems to be holed up in a room with someone incapable of hurting him, meaning she's either a prostitute, a dead girl, or a fish.
    floatingfoamon February 08, 2006   Link

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