No escaping, no denying
No escaping, no denying

She's the voice of the woman every man wishes for
Keeps her locked in the tower, holds the key to her door
She's the face in the darkness every man's waiting for
Silhouette in the moonlight, virgin wanting more

No escaping, no denying
There's no exit, only entrance to the tower
Is his own imagination, where she opens to his passion
Through the door that has no exit, only entry

She's the keeper of the secret every man's yearning for
Hiding silent in the tower, kneeling down at his door
She's the voice of the woman every man wishes for

No escaping, no denying
There's no exit from the tower, only entrance to the tower
Is his own imagination, where she opens to his passion
Through the door that has no exit, only entry

(No escaping, no denying)
(No escaping, no denying)

No escaping, no denying
There's no exit from the tower, only entrance to the tower
Is his own imagination, where she opens to his passion
Through the door that has no exit, only entry
Only entrance to the tower, is his own imagination
Where she opens to his passion
Through the door that has no exit, only entry

No escaping (no escaping), no denying (no denying)
No escaping


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    General CommentBeautiful song. To me, it speaks very clearly of the kind of woman some men desire... she is 'pure' and completely submissive and yet enticing at the same time. She can be taken again and again and yet remain this 'pure' person, who exists only to please him and be an object of desire and beauty. I get the sense that this is about a real woman who is idealised by a man who imagines her as the perfect woman from his fantasies. And the lines, 'no escaping, no denying, there's no exit', portrays how, once you've crossed that line into thinking of someone in that way, you can't go back.
    Cornflakezon May 01, 2008   Link

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