Your lips come as some surprise,
That they would want to come and meet mine,
They never taste like the last time,
Your lips come as some surprise!

I was always a special child,
Circuit boards for my insides.
All I dreamed of was flying high,
So your lips came as some surprise.

Your lips come as some surprise,
That they would want to come and meet mine,
They never taste like the last time,
Your lips come as some surprise!

I was never one of the boys
Throwing shapes and power ploys.
In your arms warmth I did find,
In your seat I did decline.

Your lips come as some surprise,
That they would want to come and meet mine,
They never taste like the last time,
Your lips come as some surprise!

Now that we've sat for a while
You've shown me yours and I've shown you mine
Even after all this time
Your lips come as some surprise.

Your lips come as some surprise,
That they would want to come and meet mine,
They never taste like the last time,
Your lips come as some surprise!
Your lips come as some surprise!
Your lips come as some surprise!



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Some Suprise (with Lisa Hannigan) song meanings
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  • +2
    General CommentI think this song is SO BEAUTIFUL.
    To me, its about finding love where and when you never expected it. Going from a heart which is closed, hurt, removed, resigned to its loneliness,... and all of a sudden, experiencing everything open up. Magic.
    Being_Opheliaon November 23, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General Commenti think it's about a man that's been emotionally unattached from everyone for his whole life and is brought out of it by a friend who seems to have fallen for him.

    she kisses him and he, oblivious to her love for him is shocked by this new development.
    fawnabelleon August 08, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThis is lovely! It appeared on the cake sale album.
    young_jableson December 27, 2008   Link

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