"The Others" as written by Cory Leslie Blight, Jack Weaving and Scott William Targett....
Ooo arrr, we and the others
Ooooo, unlike you

Boys looking for love,
A young man needs violence
Licking guitars a little desperate girl
Looking for love
The women dressed like violence
Wipping cigars a little desperate

Ooo, arrr, we and the others
Ooo, arrr, we and the others

Boys, looking for love you can't stop the silence
Deafening rars the little desperate girl
Looking for love
Their coming on like sirens
Under the stars a little desperate

Ooo, arrr we and the others
Ooo, arrr we and the others
Who are we?
Who are we?

Were boys, looking for love
A young man needs violence
Licking guitars
A little desperate boys
Looking for love
Their women dressed like violence
We'll bring cigars, a little desperate..

Looking for love,
A young man needs violence
Licking guitars
A little desperate boys
Looking for love
A young man needs violence
Licking guitars a little desperate..

GIRLS

Looking for love
Their women dressed like violence
We'll bring cigars a little desperate

BOYS

Looking for love,
A young man needs violence
Licking guitars
A little desperate boys
(Who are we?)
Looking for love
A young man needs violence
Licking guitars a little desperate

GIRLS
(Who are we?)
Looking for love
The women dressed like violence
We'll bring cigars
A little desperate

BOYS
(Who are we and the others?)
Looking for love
A young man needs violence
Licking guitars
A little desperate boys
Looking for love
(Who unlike you)
A young man needs violence
Licking guitars a little desperate

GIRLS
Looking for love
(Who are we and the others?)
Their women dressed like violence
We'll bring cigars
A little desperate

BOYS
Looking for love
(Who unlike you?)
A young man needs violence
Licking guitars
A little desperate.


Lyrics submitted by iheartme, edited by pawdraig

"The Others" as written by Jack Weaving Cory Leslie Blight

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    General Commenti love this band.

    i hate it how TV Rock or someone made a remix of it and now everyone knows that version, but not the actual song, which didn't need to be remixed as it was already a great song that you could dance to.

    Lol =[
    mel-luvs-tleon April 22, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis song describes the fatal condition of the environment, and how global warming is gradually becoming an uncontrollable force.
    zerahahaon May 22, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentreally.... zerahaha?

    I don't get that at all...
    I get the idea of just a youthful generation out having a good time no strings attached...

    I don't know... maybe I'm missing something =S
    preciousxjunkon August 13, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI hate TV Rock with a passion.

    I first saw DOW in shepparton, supporting The Butterfly Effect.

    They were easily the best performers there, after TBE of course, and I found it funny that they got booed.

    But yeah, TV Rock will burn in hell for what he has done.

    preciousxjunk has a good idea of what this is about.
    METAL447on December 05, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI'm interested in how zerahaha got that meaning as it is very different to what I think of when I hear this song.

    I really like this song. When I hear it I think of a dance club. I think it is about boys & girls having fun, attracting eachother and hooking up.

    The words 'women dressed like violets' could mean girls dressed in pretty clothes to attract the guys.
    MyLove20on January 04, 2008   Link
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    General CommentBelieve it or not, this song is actually about gender identity confusion and transsexuals. It speaks of girls, boys, and "The Others". "The Others" is in reference to transsexuals, and those who suffer gender confusion (i.e. Males who feel they should have been born female).
    Melodiaon September 07, 2008   Link

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