"Orange Marmalade" as written by and Jonathan Forrest Bates....
Tell me that you love me lady one more time
One more time slowly
Til then I will float in silence gingerly
Consuming energy

Maybe you could stay, just one more little day
This time it would be nice if you could fight back
Maybe you could stay, just one more little day
This time it would be nice if you could fight back

Give me one good reason baby why I'd leave
Why I'd leave you here
Til then I will float in silence gingerly
Consuming energy

Oh, did it again
Oh, whose gonna clean this up?
Please excuse me while I blow into a million pieces

Maybe you could stay, just one more little day
This time it would be nice if you could fight back
Maybe you could stay, just one more little day
This time it would be nice if you could fight back


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"Orange Marmalade" as written by Jonathan Bates

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    milknapplson January 10, 2006   Link
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    General CommentAAH!! This song just forces this big silly grin on my face every time I hear it! It's so cute and so perfect and the instruments and the singing are just so dazzling! It puts me in this sparkly cloudy place and I'm stuck there until the song is over. It's beautiful.

    Anyway, I think maybe this song is about a guy who really loves a girl but the girl is falling out of love with him. She has stopped fighting back, she has maybe told him that it's his fault somehow (give me one good reason baby why i'd leave you here?) and she is obviously just giving up on their relationship. The guy seems like he really wants to make it work but wants her also to see that he's done nothing wrong. He just wants to hear her say she loves him again. It's pretty sad yet sweet. Great song.
    onomatopoeiaon September 23, 2008   Link

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