"Thru With The Twostep" as written by Robert Plant and Robert Blunt....
Dance by me close, tell 'em all to go
One's for the money, but I'm through with the show
Move with me gently, oh so slow
Hold me and maybe we'll never let go, never let go
I'm through with sneakin' been cutting it close
Through with the two-step, where the rhythm is law
Through with the two-step, where the rhythm is law
Oh, yes, it's love in any key
You opened up the door, now I know it's got to be

Now my cards on the table, hands on the deck
Now A is for able, no words, pause for breath
My willing baby, now can't you see
Little girl, it's not for me
So you waltzed into my life, one two three
Warmed up your smile, oh let it please be me, please let it be me
You swish and swirl, oh, swing and sway
Stay till the sun comes, and don't go away


Lyrics submitted by Major Valor, edited by dan7061144

"Thru With The Two Step" as written by Robert Plant Robert Blunt

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

Lyrics powered by LyricFind

Thru With The Twostep song meanings
Add your thoughts

3 Comments

sort form View by:
  • +1
    My Opinionmetiphorical based on an experience in a brothel. song is saying that: I no longer want to play the pre-relational dance and I am giving it my all to this relationship. Anyone one else that is interested needs to leave us to be alone. Love me with the dance of love with the same chemistry that was used on the dance floor. Love song of hope and not wanting to be half hearted or play games with love anymore. Let's commit to this relationship because I am seriously infatuated with you.
    theodaltonon October 12, 2011   Link
  • +1
    General CommentPretty clearly a song about someone having an affair, and deciding to leave their marriage for the lover.

    The 'two-step' is all the rigmarole you have to go through to be together and not get caught. "I'm through with sneaking" [around] "And cutting it close" [nearly getting caught] "You opened up the door/Now I know it's got to be" I have to end my marriage and be with you instead. "Now my cards on the table" I'm going to tell my wife and 'put all my cards on the table' so to speak.

    Some lines are wrong. . .it's "Warmth of your smile/Let it please be me" that is, let me the cause for your warm smile. It's also "Through with the two-step/Where the rhythm is lost" as you can clearly hear in bootlegs from Plant's 1983 tour.
    dan7061144on March 18, 2015   Link
  • 0
    General CommentMaybe about a one night stand? Hmm
    Lateralus518on August 20, 2007   Link

Add your thoughts

Log in now to tell us what you think this song means.

Don’t have an account? Create an account with SongMeanings to post comments, submit lyrics, and more. It’s super easy, we promise!

Back to top
explain