"The Look On Tony's Face" as written by and Steven Grant/hamilton Ludwin....
Baby when you take me out
I will break you in some how
We could smash it up like long lost friends

We were raised on magazines
Cigarettes and guillotines
Final requests before I blind fold dad?

Wish I'd seen the look on Tony's face
Should of seen the look on Tony's face
When the president went all the way
Kiss kiss, kiss on a first date

Could this be the wrong planet?
Is the wheel invented yet?
Busy burning brain cells under the sun

We were raised on magazines
Hoola hoops and guillotines
Executions never been so fun

Should of seen the look on Tony's face
should of seen the look on Tony's face
When the president went all the way
Kiss kiss, kiss on a first date
Your no longer my cavity
Kiss kiss, kiss on a first date
Slut!

We were ralised on magazines
Hoola hoops and beauty queens

Should of seen the look on Tony's face
Should of seen the look on Tony's face
Wish I'd seen the look on Tony's face
Wish I'd saw the look on Tony's face
When he blew the president away
Slut!
Kiss kiss, kiss on a first date
Your no longer my cavity
Kiss kiss, kiss on a first date,
How wide did you open your legs?
Kiss kiss, kiss on a first date
Slut! Slut!


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    Song MeaningActually it's "You're no longer my candidate", not cavity... Lol, cavity, wtf?

    Anyway, to me this song seems to be about Tony Blair and George Bush...

    "Should've seen the look on Tony's face/When the President went all the way"- probably a double meaning, because the media at the time humorously implied Blair and Bush to be gay ("all the way"), and "all the way" could mean also the Iraq war, as in Bush went all the way to starting a war and "the look on Tony's face" at the time was shock. (Even though he then joined in.)

    "Kiss on a first date"- well, the whole 'gay' thing coming back again. This is to do with how Blair practically devoted himself to doing what Bush wanted from the moment when they met.

    "Slut!"- see above. Calling him 'slut' is basically Curse saying she thinks Blair's a sell out, New Labour promised peace and then he did what Bush wanted and went to war.

    "Final requests before I blind fold dad?"- Bush's dad was the President before him

    "We were raised on magazines/Hoola hoops and beauty queens"- typically American things

    "Execution's never been so fun"- the war again

    "Who are you?"- (it's sung inbetween the pre-chorus bits) this is probably a line about how Bush didn't actually seem to know anyone important in politics when he became President, or a line about how everyone was shocked when Bush became President because it was believed Gore was meant to have won

    "You're no longer my candidate"- as in electoral candidate, this line means people no longer voted for Bush and/or Blair

    So, yeah. That's what I think it is anyway; I mean how could it not be? Anyway. This is my fave Betty Curse song, because it's surprisingly meaningful for her songs (let's be honest, her lyrics aren't exactly intelligent) and also, I'm a politics geek, so the lyrics appeal.
    xhyperxon January 12, 2011   Link
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    Song MeaningActually it's "You're no longer my candidate", not cavity... Lol, cavity, wtf?

    Anyway, to me this song seems to be about Tony Blair and George Bush...

    "Should've seen the look on Tony's face/When the President went all the way"- probably a double meaning, because the media at the time humorously implied Blair and Bush to be gay ("all the way"), and "all the way" could mean also the Iraq war, as in Bush went all the way to starting a war and "the look on Tony's face" at the time was shock. (Even though he then joined in.)

    "Kiss on a first date"- well, the whole 'gay' thing coming back again. This is to do with how Blair practically devoted himself to doing what Bush wanted from the moment when they met.

    "Slut!"- see above. Calling him 'slut' is basically Curse saying she thinks Blair's a sell out, New Labour promised peace and then he did what Bush wanted and went to war.

    "Final requests before I blind fold dad?"- Bush's dad was the President before him

    "We were raised on magazines/Hoola hoops and beauty queens"- typically American things

    "Execution's never been so fun"- the war again

    "Who are you?"- (it's sung inbetween the pre-chorus bits) this is probably a line about how Bush didn't actually seem to know anyone important in politics when he became President, or a line about how everyone was shocked when Bush became President because it was believed Gore was meant to have won

    "You're no longer my candidate"- as in electoral candidate, this line means people no longer voted for Bush and/or Blair

    So, yeah. That's what I think it is anyway; I mean how could it not be? Anyway. This is my fave Betty Curse song, because it's surprisingly meaningful for her songs (let's be honest, her lyrics aren't exactly intelligent) and also, I'm a politics geek, so the lyrics appeal.
    xhyperxon January 12, 2011   Link
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    General CommentWOAH MEGA COMMENT D:
    Sorry! XD
    xhyperxon January 12, 2011   Link
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    Song MeaningActually it's "You're no longer my candidate", not cavity... Lol, cavity, wtf?

    Anyway, to me this song seems to be about Tony Blair and George Bush...

    "Should've seen the look on Tony's face/When the President went all the way"- probably a double meaning, because the media at the time humorously implied Blair and Bush to be gay ("all the way"), and "all the way" could mean also the Iraq war, as in Bush went all the way to starting a war and "the look on Tony's face" at the time was shock. (Even though he then joined in.)

    "Kiss on a first date"- well, the whole 'gay' thing coming back again. This is to do with how Blair practically devoted himself to doing what Bush wanted from the moment when they met.

    "Slut!"- see above. Calling him 'slut' is basically Curse saying she thinks Blair's a sell out, New Labour promised peace and then he did what Bush wanted and went to war.

    "Final requests before I blind fold dad?"- Bush's dad was the President before him

    "We were raised on magazines/Hoola hoops and beauty queens"- typically American things

    "Execution's never been so fun"- the war again

    "Who are you?"- (it's sung inbetween the pre-chorus bits) this is probably a line about how Bush didn't actually seem to know anyone important in politics when he became President, or a line about how everyone was shocked when Bush became President because it was believed Gore was meant to have won

    "You're no longer my candidate"- as in electoral candidate, this line means people no longer voted for Bush and/or Blair

    So, yeah. That's what I think it is anyway; I mean how could it not be? Anyway. This is my fave Betty Curse song, because it's surprisingly meaningful for her songs (let's be honest, her lyrics aren't exactly intelligent) and also, I'm a politics geek, so the lyrics appeal.
    xhyperxon January 12, 2011   Link

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