"Hitched" as written by and Jamie/mosshart Hince....
Don't you leave me here
Don't you leave me here
Get my name stitched on your lips so you won't get hitched

Get back, get by
Get a room, give me 105
Don't lie, don't care
Don't answer if you call me there

Don't you leave me here
Don't you leave me here
Get my name stitched on your lips so you won't get hitched.

Lay down by the road
Black rocks and a can of holes
Gone four, gone five
Sweating, cussing on the mean side

Don't you leave me here
Don't you leave me here
Get my name stitched on your lips so you won't get
Get my name stitched on your lips so you won't get
Hitched

Keep, keep on your mean side (x4)
Get my name stitched on your lips so you won't get
Hitched

Sit tight, getting by
Got a room, got my 10-5
Say it son, get gone
Smiling, all like a dead-eyed dog

Don't you leave me here (x2)
Get my name stitched on your lips so you won't get (x2)
Hitched

Get my name stitched on your lips so you won't get (x2)
Hitched
Keep, keep on your mean side (x8)


Lyrics submitted by zeppelingirl001

"Hitched" as written by Alison Mosshart Jamie Hince

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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    General CommentI think the narrator wants her partner to be some one else, overall someone loyal cos inside she's scared he'll leave her. So she tries to control him, but when he does change, he irritates her and she wants him to keep on his mean side, maybe so that he can be more interesting.
    Rukaon December 20, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI feel like this song is about a woman having an affair with a married man. She seems upset that he always leaves her, and it explains why they get a hotel room (give me a room, give me 105). The way she says "hitched" at the end of "Get my name stitched on your lips so you won't get hitched" almost makes it sound like it was too late and she's bitter about it or something.
    organizedchaos12on July 12, 2009   Link

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