"Possession" as written by Robert James Smith, Simon Gallup, Roger O'donnell, Perry Bamonte and Jason Toop Cooper....
The other one feeds on my hesitation
Grows inside with my trepidation
Buries his claws in my dislocation
Whispering me to lose control
I take a step and over my shoulder
His raw wide eyes shine wilder and bolder
And sore white thighs press closer and colder
Murmuring me to let him go
To let him go...
The other one thrives on my desperation
Fills me up with my toxication
Sinks his teeth in my deviation
Softening me to lose control
I hold my mouth but taste his breath
The hissing greedy awful scent
That snakes itself inside my head
Sickening me to let him go
To let him go...
I take a step and over my shoulder
His pain wide eyes shine wilder and bolder
And stain white thighs press closer and colder
Murdering me to let him go
I try to resist the bruise soft kiss
I twist to deny the blood hard bliss
But I always feel myself becoming his...
And the last thing I remember
"It isn't me... It isn't me... It isn't me... "

But then it never is


Lyrics submitted by marquicerise, edited by StrngASangels

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    General CommentThis was an unreleased track until you could (and can) find it on Join The Dots.
    marquiceriseon October 20, 2006   Link
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    General Commentit reely never is
    Cure.on February 14, 2007   Link
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    General CommentMy mind goes wild with the possible meanings to these lyrics. Is it a Robin Gallith reference? I don't know but one thing is for sure, Robert seems to have more than a hidden kink or two he he.
    StrngASangelson October 16, 2017   Link

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