"Lover's Day" as written by and Jaleel Bunton Kyp Malone....
Oh but the longing is terrible,
A wonton heart under attack.
I wanna love you,
All the way off,

I wanna break your back.
Colour of all that's hysterical,
Travels along your bones.
Just to be near you sucking your skin,

Not gonna leave you alone.
Yes here of course there are miracles,
A lover that loves that's one.
Groomed with the laughter,

Ecstatic disaster,
Come let's arouse the fun!
We could build and engine,
Out of all your rising stars.

Tear apart the apart,
We seem to think we are.
Call of work let's lay!
Call it lovers Day!
Call it lovers Day!

Give me the keys to your hiding place,
I'm not gonna tear it apart.
I'm gonna keep you week in the knees,
Try to unlock your heart.

You're gonna turn me animal,
You?re gonna turn me dumb.
Your kiss in the night,
Bringing the light,

You?re like the rising sun.
I hunger for you like a cannibal,
Not gonna let you run.

I'm gonna take you,
I'm gonna shake you,
I'm gonna make you cum.
Swear to god it will get so hot,

It?ll melt our faces off.
Then we can see,
The you the me,
Beyond mirrors outside clock.

Held naked in the light,
Held gently,
Held tight,
So soft!

Get off!
Get off!
Ball so hard,
We?ll smash the walls,

Break the bed,
And crash the floors, don?t!
Stop! Laugh and scream!
And have the neighbors call the cops!

'till all the eyes that they've seen our fire play!!
Can't forget,
Mark it down,
Call it lovers Day!!

Yes here of course there are miracles.
Under your sighs and moans.
I'm gonna take you,
I'm gonna take you home.

Lyrics submitted by fistfuloflove

"Lover's Day" as written by David Andrew Sitek Babatunde Omoroga Adebimpe


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    General CommentFrom an interview with Rolling Stone.

    Kyp Malone: I wrote it specifically to be a gender-neutral, sex-positive love song so anyone can apply it any aspect of life. But any time my daughter hears it, she says, “That’s for Jessie.” She’s my girlfriend. Sex is the spice of life, you know. It’s how we all got here. A lot of songs that are sex positive are very predatory — it’s within the binary of gender politics. That’s boring to me. It’s not reflective of the world we live in.
    muteoffon October 05, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General Commenthey, TV on the Radio, let's bone.
    chikubion May 29, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General Commentsexy
    the frigginon September 25, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThey really do write some hot songs. They can pull off this stuff too, if a lot of bands sang about stuff this graphic they'd look silly.
    Majnunon September 28, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI really wish I could go back to my first time and have it to this song
    Debased1988on October 20, 2008   Link
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    General CommentKyp's got the correct philosophy about everything. If we all just decided to ball one another's brains out, the world would be peaceful, calm, and filled with a hell of a lot more endorphins. Sounds dreamy.

    The song makes me want to fuck everyone.
    GoldenAgeCominRoundon October 22, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commentsexiest song i have ever heard!
    maureenomalley23on November 21, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commentyea this song is totally h0tt, awesome
    smallwonderroboton November 29, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI really don't like this song. It reminds me of a really cheesy Neil Diamond song. I miss Return to Cookie Mountain
    ironmanATLon December 17, 2008   Link
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    General Comment"Swear to God it'll get so hot
    it'll melt our faces off.
    Then we can see
    the you the me
    beyond mirrors outside clock.
    Held naked in the light.
    Held gently, held tight.
    So soft!
    Get Off!
    Get Off!"

    love this haha. the entire song is such a wonderful way of describing a day inside with your lover and nothing else. especially no clothes!
    krollisasexyhoeon December 31, 2008   Link

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