"Librarian" as written by and James Edward Olliges Jr....
Is there a doctor in the house tonite?
If there's a wrong,
He could make it right.
Is there still a lock on your front door?
Is there still a lock on yer back door?

Tell me I'm wrong, tell me I'm right.
Tell me there's nobody else in the world.
Tell me I'm wrong.
Tell me I'm right.
Tell me there's nobody else in the world.

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"Librarian" as written by Jim James


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    General CommentThe mirror is a good/bad thing. The librarian doesn't realize that she is beautiful and sexy. The mirror has not corrupted her. If you ask most guys they will tell you that this is the type of girl they find to be the sexiest. The type that isn't corrupted by her looks in any form or fashion. She is just naturally beautiful.

    Also, this song is basically pure poetry. He describes an entire love scene, yet never truly describes the librarian. The listener can practically walk with the singer and see and feel what he does. The scene is painted perfectly for you in your mind's eye. Yet the librarian is left up to the listener. She has the stereotypical glasses and pencil in hair hair, but what the girl looks like... totally up to the listener. It allows you put fall in love with your own librarian. Then the song goes deeper by explaining that its not about the beauty she has outwardly, but her entire beauty.

    Pure poetry... its amazing.
    Comebakatzon June 17, 2008   Link

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