Somebody hold their hands out
'Cause my mind has gone
I'm walking through all the debris
'Cause my kite have gone
You can't get through

Prop up your eggs and bacon
With your silver spoon
I saw you play Old Medusa
In the dungeon room
You can't get through

You've got it on the brain!
Go pop your cherry down in Cunny Grope Lane
Crowns! Shatter! King of Spain!
You'll lose your mind down in Cunny Grope Lane

Go get the local doctor
And let's have some fun
I hope I avoid the paupers
On my prison run
Can I watch you?

Rank! Mother! City boy!
Dancing around and jumping for joy
Brother! T-shirt! King of Spain!
You'll lose your mind down in Cunny Grope Lane


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Cunny Grope Lane song meanings
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    Song Meaningthe lyrics are referring to the cunny grope lane which was the equivalent to the red light district in an English medieval town. That is to say it is about going down to this sleazy place to loose your virginity (Go pop your cherry down in Cunny Grope Lane)
    The word 'paupers' is mentioned both linking the song to the album and creating this image of a vile run down slummy area.
    In a more general sense I think it is about being obsessed by sex.
    I hope this can help, also it is worth mentioning that this was only available as a bonus track on the iTunes version of the west rider album. Very annoying if you do not have iTunes.
    NeonKnightUKon September 23, 2013   Link
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    General Commenten.wikipedia.org/wiki/… if anyone wanted more information
    NeonKnightUKon September 24, 2013   Link
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    General CommentGreat band, but I have absolutely NO clue as to what this song is about :) Apparently he's happy 'cause he's dancing around and losing his mind. "Cunny grope lane" ??? I understand the word grope...so perhaps that's what's puttin' a smile on his face:)
    MaryMaryQuiteContraryon September 24, 2011   Link

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