She's got so much of that decimal stuff
I'll fall in love if I try hard enough

Her kisses never get better
They just get wetter and wetter
I curse the day that I met her
But she is loaded

She says that I'm daft, and I know
I threw her food on the lino
She hit me, felt a rhino
But she is loaded

There was a time when she did reign me content
How she used to keep it cool
She used to give me anything I wanted
'Til she won a football pool
Now she gives me hell!

I'll sue her, try to make this stick:
The fact that she is sadistic
My nose was straight 'til she kissed it
But she is loaded

There was a time when she did reign me content
How she used to keep it cool
She used to give me anything I wanted
'Til she won a football pool
Now she gives me hell!

Her kisses never get better
They just get wetter and wetter
I curse the day that I met her
But she is loaded
She is loaded
She is loaded!


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    General CommentThis song is about a girlfriend/wife who has suddenly hit it rich in, well, a football pool (i.e., soccer to Americans, as this was a distinctly British band); "that decimal stuff" is probably money, although this was recorded in 1967 and England didn't decimalize their currency until 1971and decided to treat the singer like crap, while he suffers her because "she is loaded" (and he hopes to litigate some of that money from her--"I'll sue her, try to make this stick...").

    That, or the singer treated her like crap ("she used to give me anything I wanted"--he treated her like a slave, perhaps?) and when she hit the jackpot, she turned the tables on him.

    Or, the woman won the money, and the singer is hoping to become her lover so that he can lay claim to a share of it.

    For American listeners, "lino" (read: lie-no) is short for linoleum, i.e. that cheap imitation tile you put down in the kitchen.
    ProfessorKnowItAllon February 17, 2010   Link

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