The sweat descends
The sweat descends
One cock, sure fox, in a house of hens
My mouth will water when the sweat descends

The sweat descends, sweet decadence
Let's hope this party never ends
A shiv in the ribs
Some smoke in the hive
You live how you live or die how I-

Wake me up when we get to heaven
Let me sleep if we go to hell
Blame my mouth if the house is burning
Touch my tongue if you still can't tell

The sweat descends
My psyche bends
I'll never be the same again
This soul is twisted but the skin will mend
My tight young skin covers up the sick palimpsest

Wake me up when we get to heaven
Let me sleep if we go to hell
Blame my mouth if the house is burning
Fuck my tongue if you still can't tell

Make your mark on the darkened dancefloor
Slip across the present tense
Press up against the skin you care for
Meet me where the sweat descends
Meet me where the sweat descends
Meet me where the sweat descends
Meet me where the sweat descends
Meet me where the sweat descends



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    General Commentthis is written ironically. i think it's about young people especially young women who sort-of cut themselves off from the real world in their 'living-for-the-weekend' type of lifestyle. they're sick inside, the world is sick outside (burning house) and they don't want to deal with it, they only want the temporary 'heaven' which makes them indifferent to 'hell,' external and internal.
    XianSnakeon September 26, 2007   Link
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    General Commentcover of a les savy fav song. i would say it's more 'one cocksure fox' than 'one cock, sure fox'. the lyrics are slightly different to the lsf version (fuck my tongue vs check my tongue) but it's still hot as hell.
    playedinstereoon April 10, 2008   Link

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