I study the classics
That's where I'm coming from
And you got them classic lines
That make me say "cogito ergo sum"
Well my Greek might be a little rusty
And my Latin might be dank and musty
But you don't have to be a scholar to know as I holler

Eureka, I found love
Eureka, I found love

You came and saw and conquered me
And then you went away
You left me in misery
And in an ipso facto way
Well I gave you all my sympathy
You tore 'em up just like Euripides
But now I'm back and not ashamed to flee
you hear me saying

Eureka, I found love
Eureka, I found love
Love

The angels often depicted nudes
in marble cold and white
So why must you be such a prude
When we could carve our love in stone tonight
Well the ancients might have all been fags
Wearing sandals and shopping bags
And chasing after every likely lad
you hear them saying

Eureka, I found love
Eureka, I found love
Eureka, I found love
Eureka, I found love
Love


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    Song MeaningIgnorant first post.
    I won't just state how much I love this song even if the definition is somewhat obvious:

    It's basically about a kid who fell in love with a girl and is happy about it.

    Or at least that's my consensus.
    RedefineBeautyon May 18, 2009   Link

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