"Can't Lose You" as written by and Peter Thomas Steele....
I can't lose you
I can't lose you
No I can't lose you
I can't lose you


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"Can't Lose You" as written by Peter Thomas Steele

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    General CommentThe correct lyric is "Everybody smokes pot, MONTE CONNOR sucks cock (Monte Connor was an A&R guy for Roadrunner records at the time of the release of the "Bloody Kisses" album. It was put in as a private joke.
    SamuraiWolfon March 27, 2008   Link
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    My InterpretationBloody Kisses is definately not a concept album, but I think this song was placed at the end of the album for a reason. As Type O fans know, Peter Steele loves to weave tales of self-loathing, contrasting emotions of worship and hatred of lovers, and desperately perverse emotional addiction, all which may or may not be tongue in cheek. Peter Steele says a lot of crazy things in this album..and by the end, its time to clarify where he really stands.

    I think this song is kind of a final summary of the ride we take in Bloody Kisses, that with all said...ultimately...he just "can't lose you".

    It makes me think of a guy apologizing after having a huge outburst at their lover. After calming down, coming to your senses...just apologizing over and over saying "I can't lose you". Alone, the song doesn't mean as much, but when you look at the whole album...well that's what I take from it.
    lycanpyreon July 15, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThanks for the update on the correct lyrics.. This one of my fave TO- songs, Kenny's guitar intro is so beautiful. PETER STEELE IS A GOD. BUMMER WE LOST HIM. RIP AND PARTY HARD. THIS WORLD DIDNT DESERVE SOMEONE AS BEAUTIFUL AS YOU.
    sammykay71on September 17, 2011   Link
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    General Commentwhat are the lyrics at the end?
    lectricblueon July 22, 2012   Link

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