"The Giantess" as written by and Jack Steadman....
Once is better than a lifetime
Once is better than a whole long side
When you catch in the humble life

He can get it in the after
He can hold it in the molar while
When the back of her gets so damn worked over

Where's the lightning? Where's the lightning?
Where's the lightning now?

Wear your fingers, wear your fingers,
Wear your fingers now

He can taste it, he can taste it,
He can taste it now

Come and get it, come and get it,
Come and get it now

Once is better than a lifetime,
Once is better than a whole long side
When you catch it in the humble life.

He can get it in the after
He can hold it in the molar while
When the back of her gets so damn worked over

*whispers*
Thinking what he'll ask her then, oh this misery come when,
Sitting on a silver throne, waiting up but you're not home.

Where's the lightning? Where's the lightning?
Where's the lightning now?

Wear your fingers, wear your fingers,
Wear your fingers now

He can taste it, he can taste it,
He can taste it now

Come and get it, come and get it,
Come and get it now


Lyrics submitted by thinkingofexcusestopostpone, edited by MCalladine, simpleplot

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    General Commentisn't it "where's the lining now?" as in the silver lining? i dont know. great song though, different from their other stuff - very beautiful
    mega_megaon May 07, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI'd say it's "wear your fingers" rather than "where".
    Its about physicality and sensation: "when the back of her is so damn worked over." / "He can taste it"
    charliedotevanson September 03, 2011   Link
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    General Commentthis seems to be about a woman who is married to a man that doesn't excite her, and has an affair, and lighting beautiful passionate affair. And one beautiful passionate night is better than a lifetime of vanilla (once is better than a lifetime)
    sewprettyon January 10, 2013   Link

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