"Pull Me In" as written by and Hugh Murray Harris Luke Pritchard....
I get this feeling sometimes
Like theres nothing in the world that isn't mine
And I could have it all
Maybe I should have it all
I'll take you out of your life
Just the one sweet night
And you could take it all
Oh, maybe I could rip it off
It's easy to pick and choose
With you and me we can only lose
Just don't fight me off
And I won't write you off
Take me in and then you push me out
Fall all over yourself tonight
And just don't let it go, without a fight
Take me in and then you push me out
Fall all over yourself tonight
And just don't let it go, let it go
So here I am again
Singing songs about the summer
'Cause that's when you and me
When we came to be
I brought you home to my guitar
And told you how sweet you really are
'Cause you know what's on my mind
Is you getting all this time
It's easy to pick and choose
With you and me we can only lose
Just don't find me out
And I won't fight you off
Take me in and then you push me out
Fall all over yourself tonight
And just don't let it go, let it go
Oh no no, another girl, no no
Don't fight me off little girl


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"Pull Me In" as written by Luke Pritchard Max Rafferty

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    General CommentWhy has noone commented on this song!? Well i think the meaning is pretty obvious, it's a bit dodgey,"don't fight me off little girl"... hmm
    everlong86on June 21, 2006   Link
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    General CommentLove this song too. Want to know what means 'fall all over yourself tonight' means though

    yay kooksie
    Shoeliaon September 17, 2007   Link
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    General Commentit means that one minute this girl wants it the next she doesnt shes tripping over herself. =]
    x
    Q-U-A-C-K-Kon August 22, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI think "Pull Me In" is ultimately about a guy, in a heteronormative world, who's trying to bed his girlfriend. Classic tale of guy wants sex, girl doesn't. The first verse is the epitome of male entitlement. He obviously feels entitled to taking without asking. Second verse he is clearly playing out scenarios somewhat forcing his girl to go further sexually. "It's easy to pick and choose, with you and me we can only lose," sounds like the divide between the two on the subject of sex; the two will never agree. The singer tries to convince their S.O. that they should just go along or it's over between them, i.e. "Just don't fight me off and I won't write you off." This verse is completely naughty:

    Take me in and then you push me out
    Fall all over yourself tonight
    And just don't let it go, without a fight
    Take me in and then you push me out
    Fall all over yourself tonight
    And just don't let it go, let it go

    In my opinion, the singer seems frustrated (as are most teenage boys) when they aren't allowed to go further. He's complaining that she is receptive at first to his advances and then stops him. I believe, "fall all over yourself tonight" is slang for, um... self love. "And just don't let it go without a fight" is based on the male creed, if at first you don't succeed! The next verse he talks about trying to woo her while slightly resentful about the fact he hasn't and isn't getting any, "Cause you know what's on my mind... is you getting all this time". The last verse/screaming part makes me think that ultimately the speaker got what they wanted, whether from the girl he was with or "another girl." Honestly, I think it's obvious what kind of guy Luke is. A lot of their music has this theme, although these ones written later are more mature, think "So Vicious" and that line in "See the Sun," "Oh no! I didn't mean to say what I did say, all about lovers and how they should lay. That was never for me to say and say. Don't you see now how I pay?"
    speechmonsteron May 08, 2010   Link

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