Wash your dirty mouth
Your dirty mouth
Watch your little mouth
Wash your dirty mouth
Your dirty mouth
Watch your little mouth

I don't wanna wait anymore

Wake up cinnamon
They can't get in and that's them at the door,
Cuz checkout time is noon and pretty soon it's a quarter to four

I don't wanna wait anymore

Wash your dirty mouth
Your dirty mouth
Watch your little mouth cuz you taste like you're already gone

Small town girls and boys make too much noise so I keep to myself
But acting tough is rough - enough is enough - I feel like hell
Tied up in London, you came undone with a two handed tug
With pieces of a phone, thrown at the door, spread out on the rug

I don't wanna wait anymore

Wash your dirty mouth
Your dirty mouth
Watch your little mouth cuz you taste like you're already gone
Wash your dirty mouth
Your dirty mouth
Watch your little mouth cuz you taste like you're already gone

I gotta say I cannot wait
Not even one more night or day
Why don't you fly and get away
And end this awful holiday
Come and play, come and stay, and end this awful holiday
I gotta say I cannot wait
Not even one more night or day
Why don't you fly and get away and end this awful holiday

Wash your dirty mouth
Your dirty mouth
Watch your little mouth cuz you taste like you're already gone
Wash your dirty mouth
Your dirty mouth
Watch your little mouth cuz you taste like you're already gone



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    General CommentAlright, this interpretation is a little weird, but bear with me:
    Generally, I think the guy is the "other man" in an affair, and he wishes the woman would end it with her boyfriend/husband.
    "Wash your dirty mouth" to me means he can almost taste the other man's kisses when he kisses her himself.
    The lines from "Wake up Cinnamon..." to "... quarter to four" I believe show them having to always go to secret locations (e.g. hotels) to have their affair.
    The "small town girls and boys" line could refer to him having to keep the relationship a secret from his friends as well, out of fear rumors may spread and the relationship may be discovered.
    "But acting tough is rough, enough is enough - I feel like hell" is pretty self-explanatory, that he has to hide his emotions from everyone despite his anguish
    "Tied up in London" could portray her husband (most likely) as wealthy, but the "two handed tug" and "pieces of a phone" could suggest fighting or abuse within the relationship she has with her husband.
    "I gotta say I cannot wait" is just reiterating that he wants her to finally end it with the husband. "End this awful holiday" seems to be irony, classifying this affair as awful instead of enjoyable. He wants to be the only man in her life, not the other man.
    Thank you.
    colibri213on April 29, 2005   Link
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    General CommentIt just makes me think that he's made at some girl for having such a dirty mouth.
    Preciouszipsteron July 19, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentSounds like girlfriend needs a tooth brush!
    rachaelrach06on September 19, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI think he is kissing her goodbye, he knows he's not goona see her anymore.
    And while kissing her, he can almost feel this bitter taste of departure.
    lawfuldrugson June 14, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI agree with colibri213 interpretation.
    Splendidlyon May 28, 2007   Link

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