"I've Underestimated My Charm (Again)" as written by Reginald Youngblood, Owen Holmes, Kevin Snow, Dawn Watley and Ali Youngblood....
Like many a Mael,
I get angst in my pants.
And goddamn it to hell,
It don't help if I dance.

And you, you're not doing too well.
All the blogs are about you, girl.
They caught you in the park after dark
Giving head to a statue, girl.
Oh, cruel!

[Chorus: x2]
Didn't mean to do you no harm,
I just underestimated my charm.
And if I ever bother to tell you the truth,
Oh, baby, you're too much sugar
For my sweet tooth.

You're on your honeymoon
And you're sending me notes.
You hope to see me soon.
You've got "see" wrapped
In quotes.
I used to find it funny to say,
"What's your man got to do with me?"
But then I saw him downtown
Placing bets on the hounds.
He was as big as a house!
We can't be messin' around!

[Chorus: x2]

Every time we kiss
It's like an inside joke
I always miss.
Our love is like a tug-of-war.
Don't touch me, girl,
I can't hug no more!


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"I've Underestimated My Charms (Again)" as written by Dawn Watley Ali Youngblood

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    General Comment'like many a mael/i've got angst in my pants' is a reference to the mael brothers (sparks)' brilliant record (and song) 'angst in my pants'.

    quite a sparksy tune, really. one of my favourite tracks of 2007.
    alia612on December 26, 2007   Link
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    General Comment"Giving head to a statue, girl."
    I did not...even know that was possible. Hahah.
    Obviously, it's about this girl who has a boyfriend who is in love with another man, but she probably just wants him for sex. He sounds inexperienced "Every time we kiss it's like an inside joke, I always miss" and she may want him for just this reason.
    taylorsaurus rexon March 21, 2008   Link
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    General Commentfavourite track off the album, it's brilliant.
    citizenerased19on July 07, 2008   Link
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    General CommentNot bad not bad...

    Not my fave though.


    MusicIsMyOnlyDrugon January 11, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI think its about a guy who has a fling with a girl that's already taken...by someone much bigger than he is apparently! He's saying he doesn't want any trouble, and 'too much sugar for my sweet tooth' maybe means even though she's hard to resist she's more trouble than its worth? Not sure about the last bit fits in with my intepretation though :S Anyway love the song!
    lilmizsmileson April 26, 2009   Link
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    General Comment"He was as big as a house!
    We can't be messin' around!"

    that part makes me laugh! I never would have thought the song was funny without reading the lyrics, but that's how a lot of their songs make me feel!
    chibigirl77on August 08, 2009   Link

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