"Hug Me" as written by and Meg/frampton Frampton....
You hold me close naked, I don't feel a thing
Your zippers are the cherry, but I don't feel anything
Your mind is stranded down now, I am closing you in my arms
And I prefer overweight than plastic any day

Hug me 'til you drug me, honey, hug me anyway
Your eyes are dusty, dirt porn magazines
You're lazy, selfish, but you were raised that way
It's a whore that here was bred
I'll take your pants, you take my hair, and let us dance
And cheers to happy and depressed

Hug me 'til you drug me, honey, hug me
Drug me 'til you love me, honey, love me any, wait, wait
I swear I've seen that face before
It's the very face I fell for in the human race.
I can't lie, I was brainwashed to be honest
In this brave new world that slowly passes by

I'm a girl learning to act as planned
I was programed to be Catholic but I ran
I changed my race, I changed my name
I prayed to them, "Please, what is brave"
I am loyal because I was simply raised that way

Hug me 'til you drug me, honey, hug me
Hug me 'til you suffocate me, honey, hug me any, wait, wait
I swear I've seen that face somewhere before
It's the very face I fell for in the human race.
I can't lie, I was brainwashed to be honest
In this brave new world that slowly passes by

By the way, I never really liked your hands on me
Never liked your ideas of what's beautiful or real or truly holy
And I must say, you've thrown your apathy away
Grown back into your diapers, will you die first,
Before admit the truth

Wait, wait.
I swear I've seen that face somewhere before
It's the very face I fell for in the human race
I can't lie, I was been brainwashed to be honest
In this brave new world that slowly passes by
I can't lie, I was brainwashed to be honest
In this brave new world that slowly passes by
I can't lie, I was brainwashed to be honest
In this brave new world that slowly passes by

Wait, wait.
I swear I've seen that face somewhere before
It's the very face I fell for in the human race
I can't lie, I was brainwashed to be honest
In this brave new world that slowly passes by.


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"Hug Me" as written by Meg Frampton Dia Frampton

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    General CommentIt's about Brave New World =].

    "You hold me close, naked, I don't feel a thing
    Your zipper's all but cherry, but I don't feel anything
    Your mind is stranded down
    I'm closing you in my arms
    And not grow overweight and plastic anyday"

    The first verse I think is from John's perspective when Lenina tries to have sex with him, but then it seems to go to Lenina's when it says "and not grow overweight and plastic anyday?"



    All of the hug me till you drug me honey parts are also from this part in BNW when Lenina tries to get with John and she's saying this to him (Isn't she on soma at this point too?..They're always on soma, but I think she took extra to have more confidence?). I think it's also a song in the World State.



    "Your eyes are dusty dirt porn magazines
    You're lazy, selfish, yeah you were raised that way
    It's a hole that he was bred
    I'll take your pants, you take my hair
    And let us dance and choose the happy and depressed"

    John's point of view of course. "Lazy, selfish, yeah you were raised that way" could be anybody in the World State, but my guess says Lenina because of "your eyes are dusty dirt porn magazines." The last line totally confirms its John because he claims everything good and bad unlike most of the characters who would rather just have the good and live in this "utopia"



    "Wait, wait
    I swear I've seen that face somewhere
    It's very face I fell for in the human race
    I can't lie, I was brainwashed to be honest
    In this brave new world that slowly passes by"

    I can't say too much about this I'm still trying to figure it out for myself, but to me it seems like Lenina. The last line however is John.



    "I'm just a girl learning to act as planned
    I was programmed to be Catholic, but I ran
    I changed my race, I changed my name
    I prayed to them, please, what is brave?
    I am loyal because I was simply raised that way"

    The first line sounds like Lenina, but the next one sounds like John because only he knows about things such as religion. What's puzzling to me though is that is says programmed. John wasn't programmed, he wasn't brought up in the World State so idk. The fourth and fifth line are from John because he prays and seems like this sort of humble person. He is faithful because he was brought up as such.



    "By the way, I never liked your hands on me
    Never liked your ideas of what is beautiful
    Or really truly holy
    I must say you've thrown, your apathy away
    Go back into your diapers
    Will you die first?
    Before you admit the truth"

    Obviously Lenina towards Bernard. She tells Fanny she likes his hands(lying?)and she hates Bernards way of thinking. He's this sort of outcast and thinks of things differently than everyone in the World State.
    The sixth and seventh line is a connection to John's suicide at the end?

    sugarspellitout9on April 17, 2009   Link
  • +1
    General CommentVerse One:
    I had always thought it said "and I'd prefer overweight to plastic anyday", so I thought it was John's perspective, mainly avout Linda. but if it's and not grow overwieght then it's Lenina
    The very first line i tihnk is talking about how much sex and how little emotiont here is.

    The hug me til you drug me is (I think) a reference to how much drug use there is, but that maybe love could be as good as soma. Aside from parts being taken directly from BNW I tihnk that it might be about Bernard (hug me til you love me) wanting to feel an actual emotion, not just sex all the time

    Verse Two:
    Is supposed to say it's a whore that here was bred, meaning Lenina. She is lazy, salfish, and a whore, but can't really help it. She was conditioned to be that way. Cheers for happy and depressed is John and his thoughts that it's best to have hardship because with it comes beauty.

    The "wait, wait" parts sound like Linda and the D.H.C. He is the father of her child, and she knows that she's seen him before. She loved him, and he flet the same, but couldn't express that because it would make him a hypocrite and a fraud.

    Verse Three: Line one is Lenina, obviously.Second line.....I don't really know. Last three lines are John, about moving to the "civilized world' and not knowing how to adjust or be brave.

    Last verse is Lenina about Bernard. Last line is John's suicide,his refusal to admit that this is how life is now.

    I tihnk.
    FindingForeveron May 29, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThis has to be one of their greatest songs. I love it :)
    LovexMovementon April 24, 2009   Link

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