Been locked down way too long,
I've been locked down way to long,

Been locked down way too long,
I've been locked down way to long,

Been locked down way too long,
I've been locked down way to long,

Been locked down way too long,
I've been locked down way to long,

take me in your boat,
to those fiery shores,
I don't want to love,
anymore,

Up she goes,
Down she goes,

Oh no, this man,
Crawls into my skin,
When I’m this man ,
Don’t never see the way,

I want to crawl,
All up into your skin,
And on my own,
Throw it to the way,

Take me in your arms,
Out of harms way,
I don’t want to love,
Anymore,

Lay me on the shores,
Of the fiery shores,
I don’t want to love ,
Anymore.



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    General CommentFrom what I found, it's probably a reference to Carl Jung- swiss psychiatrist.
    Carl Jung believed the psyche is by nature religious, and saw individuation as the psychological process of integrating the conscious and unconscious to become a whole person. Mister Jung stuffed talks about indecisiveness, and this one man, conflicted by his two drives. He has a man that crawls into his skin, his unconscious, and he's consciously trying to integrate these two beings. His love is confusing him with her internal struggle. He's trying to become one, to figure out his thoughts and when he actually wants so that he can figure out how to love. He doesn't want to love anymore because it's such an internal confliction.
    karibeaowon December 27, 2011   Link
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    General CommentI believe it's "throw it to the wind". not way
    Bellcaton July 16, 2008   Link
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    General CommentBetween the lyrics and music video, this song is about unfaithfullness. The speaker has been locked down on this girl for so long, he cant conceive loving another. "up she goes. Down she goes" is a reference to her indecisivness. "this man" is the one who aids in the adultery and gets into his skin. The rest is fairly obvious
    Bellcaton July 16, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI don't really get the title, but I thought It was about a guy tired of love. I see a guy in an emotionally draining relationship meeting a woman he wants to sleep with "take me in your boat to those fiery shores I don't want to love anymore." I thought the "this man" referered to the person he becomes when he's tempted.
    MissJones888on September 25, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThe title refers to Carl Jung, perhaps??
    lemonade_stanon June 03, 2009   Link
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    General CommentFrom what I found, it's probably a reference to Carl Jung- swiss psychiatrist.
    Carl Jung believed the psyche is by nature religious, and saw individuation as the psychological process of integrating the conscious and unconscious to become a whole person. Mister Jung stuffed talks about indecisiveness, and this one man, conflicted by his two drives. He has a man that crawls into his skin, his unconscious, and he's consciously trying to integrate these two beings. His love is confusing him with her internal struggle. He's trying to become one, to figure out his thoughts and when he actually wants so that he can figure out how to love. He doesn't want to love anymore because it's such an internal confliction.
    karibeaowon December 27, 2011   Link

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