"Theft, and Wandering Around Lost" as written by Simon Philip Raymonde, Elizabeth Fraser and Robin A. Guthrie....
My body's all offended
Heats up a balloon
And I give back his shame
And I take back my power
My body is my own
My body is mine alone
And I deserve protection
And I can create it for you
Is this what my body said?
";Use me
Drain me
Fall around me";
Is this what my body said?
";Engulf me
I'm already dead";
I have a feel of things
Cry and shakes the wall for you
And I am moving to poison love
And drown the stars above you
My body is my own
My body is mine alone
And I deserve protection
And I can create it for you
Is this what my body said?
";Use me
Drain me
Fall around me";
Is this what my body said?
";Engulf me
I'm already dead";
Keep cutting myself on the edges of reality
(x2)
Is this what my body said? Keep cutting myself on the edges of
";Use me Reality
Drain me
Fall around me";
Is this what my body said? Keep cutting myself on the edges of
";Engulf me Reality
I'm already dead";


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"Theft, And Wandering Around Lost" as written by Robin A. Guthrie Elizabeth Fraser

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    My InterpretationThe lyrics seem to be reflective of a sexual encounter on the face of it, and the thoughts of the woman afterwards. Then again, I could be completely off (as we know, lyrics are seldom as straightforward as they look) or the lyrics could even be totally meaningless.
    saatwikon July 22, 2012   Link
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    My Interpretation@saatwik: I think you're on the right track, but perhaps it's about more than just one sexual encounter.

    These lyrics make me think about the new (2015) documentary, "Hot Girls Wanted." (Search for it on IMDB) It is about women who have been drawn into the sex trade.

    It sounds to me like the person in the song is regretful of her sexual activities, to the point that she is now contemplating suicide. It's a really depressing topic, but altogether very popular amongst teenage and college-age girls. This song probably gets a lot of play time by some people.
    codecavon August 28, 2015   Link

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