"cut the rope" as written by Bjorn Hans-erik Dixgard and Gustaf Noren....
Bad boy-Jimmy says where it's at?
Down the hallway of kids playing flipper with the Jax And the tax for the trench coat I bought
Measures up for the fines that we paid today
And for those who couldn't run away
Well they got beaten up and thrown in jail

And we never cut the hope
'Cause we never cut the rope

Here's your money for all that I've done
E's and lizards broken pistols and the promise about the sun Get it on!
All this brag about us
Measures up for the shit that we wrote today
And for those who couldn't get away
Well they got beaten up and thrown in jail

And we never cut the hope
'Cause we never cut the rope

No the bastard's on their way
They have been reading too much crappy but then again
I ain't that lucky bloke they've read about
I am a lone star, cut it again

Bad boy-Jimmy says how do you do?
Down the hallway of kids playing poker with the fools
And they loose every dime they've got
But it's good for us 'cause we got paid today
And the brothers that couldn't get away
Well they got beaten up and thrown in jail

And we never cut the hope
'Cause we never cut the rope


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"Cut the Rope" as written by Gustaf Noren Bjorn Dixgard

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    General Commentanyone know exactly what this song is about? I absolutely love it but am kinda wanting to know more about it!

    Seems to do with money, or a lack of. Not sure?
    mkeion May 25, 2007   Link
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    General CommentDOES ANYONE ELSE THINK THAT THIS SONG SOUNDS A HELL OF A LOT LIKE "CLEAN TOWN"?!?!?!?!

    to me they sound almost hte same at parts...

    the whole idea of cut the rope and jail and whatnot makes me tink this song is about escaping somehing. i dont know...
    tricksinesson August 12, 2007   Link

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