There's no need to shout it out
I can't make it go away
You're spinning on the spot
You've been like this for days
And your mind is shattered light
A glass of cheap champagne
The traffic flows outside
Like the morphene through your veins

And you can scream my name
You can pound the floor
You can treat me like some downtown whore
You can slap my face till i'm black and blue
But whatever you say
You can't make me hate you

When the neighbours start to call
I'll just say you're not around
You crawled under your bed
Now you're nowhere to be found
And it's true that I forget
Just who you really are
But there's no turning back
Now that i've come this far

And you can scream my name
You can pound the floor
You can treat me like some downtown whore
You can slap my face till i'm black and blue
But whatever you say
You can't make me hate you

Ohhh, you can scream my name
You can pound the floor
You can treat me like some downtown whore
You can slap my face till i'm black and blue
But whatever you say
You can't make me hate you

(Scream my name) You can't make me
(Pound the floor) Hate you
(Treat me like some downtown whore) No No No
(Slap my face till i'm black and blue) But whatever you say, You can't make me hate you

You can't make me hate you
Ohh no


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    General CommentI think this song... could have been written in regards to an old lover who has let him/herself go. So he's saying whatever he/she does, it won't make him hate them, because he may still care. If in a romantic sense, I am unsure.

    I know this is off the Stupid Friday single, which MK basically recorded in his bedroom, if that sheds any light.

    If I see him next, I'd like to chat to him about his song meanings or any underlying meanings of particular lyrics, as he is a fun person to see live.
    MandyBowieon September 11, 2006   Link

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