If you say my dancing is effeminate
I will never dance again

And if you say my logic is irreversible
then things will always be the same

Master of the bump
and master of the hustle
But i not i'm not your
only sweetheart

And if you note
I'm smacking of a savagery
Know its essential to my masculinity
and if you say my dancing is effeminate
i will never dance again

Master of the bum
and master of the smurf
But i'm not your timeless one and only


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Master of the Bump (Kurt Stambaugh, I Can Feel the Soil Falling Over My Head) song meanings
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  • +1
    General Comment"I can feel the soil falling over my head" smiths reference!!
    HWOntoFireon May 12, 2009   Link
  • +1
    General CommentDealing with pressures to conform in a sense. How femininity is looked down upon by so many people. I get the feeling Jamie is frustrated with himself for not being able to be fully comfortable with who he is still. He is not timeless or someone's true love he is still flip flopping caring about what people think.
    Coowon August 16, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General Comment"but i'm not your only sweatheart" and "but i'm not your timeless one and only" i believe
    monogonon January 13, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commentif you say my dancing is effeminate
    i will never dance again
    and if you say my logic is irreversible
    then things will always be the same
    master of the bump, and
    master of the hustle
    but i not i'm not your
    only sweetheart
    and if you note
    i'm smacking of a savagery
    know its essential to my masculinity
    and if you say my dancing is effeminate
    i will never dance again
    master of the bumP, and
    master of the smurf
    but i'm not your timeless one and only
    Coowon January 29, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI believe this is a typo, and it's Kurt Stumbaugh. He played saxophone in IBOPA with Jamie Stewart.
    sfo62on December 18, 2009   Link

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