Feline, recline here in my room of blue
Eyes of green mystery, transmissions
I loved the way you moved.
I feel all right
Yeah I'm ok
16 stories above the street
Shiva diva angel whore
You and me, yeah.
This room is fur in electric blue
Shiny black and tight on you
Rent bloody movies laugh and screw
Shiny black and tight on you
Fleur de mal, you fell down...down down
Sometimes I see someone who reminds me of you
I'm fine, I still write
Live in squalor and you still refuse
In the years after the plane left I forgot all of my French
I was too young to know
It would be my last chance.
This room is fur in electric blue
Shiny black and tight on you
Rent bloody movies laugh and screw
Shiny black and tight on you
I'm your trade
You're my trade
I'm your slave
You're my slave
I'm okay, you're okay. I'm okay
I'm dying to come for you
This room is fur in electric blue
Shiny black and tight on you.
Drink bloody Mary's laugh and screw. (In my room of blue)
Shiny black and tight on you
Kneel before the horse and kiss his hooves (in my room of blue)
Fleur de mal you fell, down...down...down...
Shiny black and tight on you



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We'll Always Have Paris song meanings
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    General CommentPretty straightforward. He separated from his loved person and may still love her, and is not feeling good about the finality of having separated.
    Hraesvelgon March 27, 2006   Link
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    General Comment...and I swear to god it sounds like he's saying "I'm dying to cough up love" or, more sensically, "I'm dying to come from love." Meaning that he's dying to feel nothing for this person.
    Hraesvelgon April 03, 2006   Link
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    General CommentSomebody else fucking comment on this song.
    Hraesvelgon December 01, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI pretty much agree with your analysis. This song really hits close to home with me; hands-down my favorite CPD song.
    Skibz777on June 10, 2008   Link

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