"Falling In Love With The Wolfboy" as written by and Richard Rodgers Lorenz Hart....
She can make you feel like filth
She can make you feel like a star
She will scratch till her hand is bloody
But she'll love you more for the scar
She remembers the recent past
She's something the cat dragged in
She's a trollop in paisley, so,
(C): Take her down to the woods where the wolfboy lives,
So the villagers say,
And the three of you evaporate into the night
Till you both fall in love with him
With a face like an African mask
And the strength of ten men
When she's wrong
She's in charge in the world at large
And her novels are all very long
She belongs on the astral plane
She's probably a hologram
Put her back in the padded cell (C)
So you'll dress head to foot in lame
And you'll dance in December snow
When the sky turns to wine you'll embrace
And forget everything that you know
She can tell you the will of the gods
Butter won't melt in her mouth, but you will
Don't bother to ask her name (C)


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"Falling in Love With the Wolfboy" as written by Richard Rodgers Lorenz Hart

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    General CommentHow can nobody have commented on this song yet?! Am I the only one with an affection for magical bisexual songs about werewolves?

    I don't think this song means anything in particular - it's just a strange little lovesong fairy tale.
    dragonflyeyeson March 03, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI kind of think this one's pretty damn obvious. It's two people, falling in love with a werewolf....

    Unless you want to put a deeper meaning to it, it's you, a psycho trollop in paisley and a werewolf all falling in love. Voi la.

    In short though, this is an excellent song, and a classic. The Magnetic Fields are absolute awesomeness.
    orangecrush8080on October 14, 2013   Link

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