"Lolita" as written by and Diego Garcia....
Can you tell me what you're thinking?
I just melt inside your eyes
Kiss me like they do in movies
Modern child of the night

I was watching you for hours
Standing there beside the pool
When you wear those pretty dresses
I forget the girl in you

Run away
Run away

Lola is on the floor
She's wanting more, she's wanting more
Lola is on the floor
She's wanting more, she's wanting more

Am I wrong for loving Lola?
Am I wrong for what I think?
She is such a wicked child

Painted lips
Dirty knees

Lola is on the floor
She's wanting more, she's wanting more
Lola is on the floor
She's wanting more, she's wanting more

I hear the devil calling
He's waiting for my move
I shall allow the beater
You are my heart and soul

My Lola is on the floor
She's wanting more, she's wanting more
Lola is on the floor
She's wanting more, she's wanting more

My Lola is on the floor
She's wanting more, she's wanting more
My Lola is on the floor
She's wanting more, she's wanting more


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"Lolita" as written by Diego Juan Garcia Diego Garcia

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    General Comment*meekly peeks out of shadows*

    I don't think the term "Lolita" is at all literal. The song seems to be about falling in love with a harlot. Calling her a "wicked child" and "modern child of the night" are just euphemisms. "Lola" is just a slut, but the speaker sees her as the elegant "Lolita", ripe with mystery and intrigue. What she looks like, how the speaker sees her, and what she really is are very, very different things =]
    Ashe Romeoon June 21, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthis song is god. my favorite part..."painted lips, dirty knees..." it just sounds wicked sensual. also, i think lola is a nickname for lolita? and by the way, obviously, it totally comes from that book. but yeah, i'm done.
    a_peculiar_nameon March 08, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthat was one of the greatest books ever. both of the movies based off of it were wonderful aswell.

    Older man falls in love with a nymphette seductress of a little girl.
    love your buttonson March 09, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti've had this album forever.. and it's not even released yet
    crazy
    fitting that this is one of my favorite songs.. and it looks like it's the new single
    Quailmann7on April 01, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI'm guessing from the lyrics...

    A shared-affection case of pedophilic poon punchin'. =)

    Lola is on the floor...
    She's wanting more, she's wanting more...

    (I'm gonna be singing that all night.)
    addseale2on April 19, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentawesome song, yeh meaning isnt too hard to figure out, like the movie Lolita, directed by Stanley Kubrik, old man falls in love with a 16-year old
    Carlordauon April 24, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis is such an imitation of other sleezy rock songs...I think I'll be more objective here and say it sucks!
    GrungyBeatleon May 11, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI love sleaze more than most.
    yo! sparkleon June 06, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI would like some examples of other sleezy rock songs that this imitates.

    Kubrik should have stuck with the book. She was 12.

    I came to see what other people thought about this song because the line "when you wear those pretty dresses I forget the girl in you" is off synch with all the other references to the story of Lolita, where the man is a pedophile that is not arroused by preteen girls dressing like women, but by preteen girls being preteen girls. And I'm pretty sure Lolita never wore dresses. Anyway, I'm nit picking. It's awesome song by an awesome band. Gotta go get me some nymphet love now.
    nefariousyawnon July 09, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti think the lyrics are "i shout outloud 'Lolita, you are my heart and soul!'"
    Yeah, i love this song soooo much. >:D
    Also, nefariousyawn, Humbert bought Lo alot of pretty, expensive clothing in the book- i'm sure some of it must have been dresses! Weither she wore them is a different story, though! lol
    Seer Manaon August 30, 2006   Link

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