They want a positive answer, a definite now
no more of this nonsense, all of that sound
sit down you make me nervous, going out!
but i dream of better, so let me go!

breaking out
breaking up
going out
going...

this job is meant for today, meant for a week
the ladies in between stations, a little bit weird
sit down you make me nervous, going out!
they're heading for the exit, getting off

breaking out
breaking up
going out
going...

carrie:
it's a thin line baby but you wanna go
it's a hard time honey but you can't say no
it's a thin line baby but you wanna go
it's a hard time honey but you can't say no

corin:
it's a thin line baby but you wanna go
it's a hard time honey but you can't say no
it's a thin line baby but you wanna go
it's a hard time honey but you can't say, can't say no

(carrie: you let 'em in through the back door, back door
you live your life like it's a metaphor, metaphor
so what's the secret baby, what's the score, what's the score?
i'm getting out of this dirty drawer, dirty drawer)


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    General Commentlove this song, not sure whats its about
    dejavulaon August 01, 2007   Link
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    General Commentit seems like its about bisexuality and finding yourself
    dejavulaon August 26, 2007   Link
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    General Commentyeah about bisexuality how its real, when many people write it off as not
    dejavulaon November 12, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI-think-it's-about-how-SHE,-Corin-thought-it-was-real-but-other-people-just-say-it-for-the-fun.
    Great-song-either-way.
    I-always-thought-the-last-lines-should-be-instead-of,-"it's a thin line baby but you wanna go-it's a hard time honey but you can't say no,"-it-should-be,-"it's a thin line baby but I wanna go-it's a hard time honey but I can't say no"-Well-that's-at-least-how-I-sing-it.:)
    kheartson November 07, 2011   Link

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