i've said some things
they should've been hard to say
in evening sun beams sipping chardonnay
spinning around in my barstool
in swift chills up my spine as my heart cools
to see a woman in a white gown
looking me all over like she'd like to be lied down
i'm the only one with no suit in here
she pierced my heart with her boutinniere
took it home as a souvenir

the grand ballroom pauses as she enters
holding me by my suspenders, choking me with my own bowtie
i'll love her til the night we both die

my first sight finds her
hiding behind highlighted eyeliner
under the bangs she hangs over her brows
we made love outta first date sex
she was so precocious, strapping on my latex
yet so ferocious slipping into apex
hugging hard like a teddy bear, under sweaty hair
in a higher place her space felt tighter
acquired taste to alcoholic sparkling cider
sliding into knots, it tied her up

in this slow slide of hands, running upstairs for a private dance

the grand ballroom pauses as she enters
holding me by my suspenders, choking me with my own bowtie
i'll love her til the night we both die


Lyrics submitted by KevinCHansen

Grand Ballroom song meanings
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