well I was sitting in my limousine, drinking champagne
when this little girl knocked on my door
she was crying for my money and I told her:
"little honey I don't have enough I need more"
she was poor I am a rich
so what I really didn't need was that bitch
but anyway I asked her to sit on my seat
so I could mingle off her clothes and feel her heart beat

everybody knows my name
everybody wants my fame
there's nobody I can blame
jamie fame flame
thats my name

next day in the paper I read about a raper
a picture that was supposed to be me
so when I was walking down the stairs
and I didn't seem to care
I met this crowd and they were shouting at me
they were jumping on my records burning all my pictures
closing down the fanclub, turning over my car
then I realized they were all hypnotized and that I was no longer a star

everybody hates my name
maybe I should do the same
there's just one man I can blame
jamie fame flame, that's my name

then I woke in the morning in the middle of a desert
I found myself alone without clothes
I was freezing I was yawning
then I met this little wizard and he taught me how to sing with my nose
we sang a lot of songs of what is right and what is wrong
I felt like if I was in a haze
and he took me to a cave where we all were warm and safe
that was the place where I ended my days

everybody knew my name
everybody wanted my fame
there's just one man I could blame
jamie fame flame was my name


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    General CommentFunny funny son, very selfexplicatory. Its about a guy who is really fampus and everybody loves him, but then he gets a little girl who was begging for money into his limo and he has sex with her (probably not concentious).
    So after that incident, all the people who used to worship him now hate him, and he realizes that fame is a very unstable ground. The end gets very very surrealistic, I guess they are trying to explain how loneliness is in a very weird way.
    I dont really think anyone who actually listened to this song wont grap the meaning, but its a great song and it should have a comment.
    Sandinoon June 14, 2007   Link
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    My InterpretationThe first two verses seem pretty straight forward to me. First one the famous Jamie Fame Flame has a girl wanting him to help her out with some money, he says no, but invites her in and rapes her. The second one is about the consequences of that, how it appeared in the news and all his ex-fans hate him now, and he lost all his fame.

    The last verse is the confusing one, where I'm not sure if I'm right at all about what I interpret in it.
    The first three lines I think talk about his loneliness, as said in the comment above, but the rest is what I think is not only about that. I believe that the "little wizard [who] taught me how to sing with my nose" is the lawyer he hired to defend him in court, which lead to a hearing where "we sang a lot of songs of what is right and what is wrong". There he felt like his world was in a haze, being turned upside down. And lastly he describes how he is sent to prison under a perpetual sentence, so he is found guilty. I might be wrong and it's all about him secluding himself and being on drugs.
    BevtasticBenon March 16, 2011   Link
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    My InterpretationThe first two verses seem pretty straight forward to me. First one the famous Jamie Fame Flame has a girl wanting him to help her out with some money, he says no, but invites her in and rapes her. The second one is about the consequences of that, how it appeared in the news and all his ex-fans hate him now, and he lost all his fame.

    The last verse is the confusing one, where I'm not sure if I'm right at all about what I interpret in it.
    The first three lines I think talk about his loneliness, as said in the comment above, but the rest is what I think is not only about that. I believe that the "little wizard [who] taught me how to sing with my nose" is the lawyer he hired to defend him in court, which lead to a hearing where "we sang a lot of songs of what is right and what is wrong". There he felt like his world was in a haze, being turned upside down. And lastly he describes how he is sent to prison under a perpetual sentence, so he is found guilty. I might be wrong and it's all about him secluding himself and being on drugs.
    BevtasticBenon March 16, 2011   Link
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    General Commentthe singing with ones nose is for me an allusion to drug abuse. i think it ties in well with wizard if we interpret him as a man of mysticism introducing the main character to the occult which starts with the drug induced trance and its associated speculations on right and wrong and then ends in the cave where it seems a congregation is situated. maybe they commit mass suicide?
    CDT91on May 02, 2013   Link

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