When I call you again, I will wait out 7 Rings
I won't sigh, I will whisper my love
And when you come back to me, I won't ask you where you've been
I won't doubt you, I will whisper my love

When the dawn glows on yr face, what you murmur in yr sleep
I won't ask you, I will whisper my love
And when you think you've found yr place, I will weather it out
I won't judge, I will whisper my love

(I think yr city's a mess, yr birds don't know when to sing
You pile disaster upon disaster into 7 Rings
Come on and save us Agyness Dean!
Come candle light our path through the burlesque queens
I'm t-shirt and jeans, and the ket-kids see straight through me
This cloakroom's overcrowded, I'm as weak for yr scene as I am on my knees
And this trapeze is ill thought out.
Awooooooo
Don't doubt yr worth)

When I see yr friends around, I will stare them down
Bite my lip and I will whisper my love
When I'm days away from you, I will hide the party room
I will call you, I will whisper my love

(I think yr city's a mess, yr birds don't know when to sing
You pile disaster upon disaster into 7 Rings
Come on and save us Agyness Dean!
Come candle light our path through the burlesque queens
I'm t-shirt and jeans, and the ket-kids see straight through me
This cloakroom's overcrowded, I'm as weak for yr scene as I am on my knees
And this trapeze is ill thought out.
Awooooooo
Don't doubt yr worth)


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    General CommentI could be wrong, but I took the song as this:
    There's a couple who are together, but due to differences in social class, are ridiculed for their relationship ("When I see yr friends around, I will stare them down
    Bite my lip and I will whisper my love"), but overcome it but simply reassuring themselves of their love. One of them is very lower-class ("I think yr city's a mess, yr birds don't know when to sing" , "Come candle light our path through the burlesque queens"), and often doubts whether they are good enough for the other; to which they are reassured "don't doubt yr worth".



    atrison August 05, 2010   Link
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    General Commentsweet song
    thegreatfeveron September 08, 2010   Link
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    General CommentIt's written about the cloakroom in a club called Snobs and the hour you have to wait to put your jacket in and get it back.
    matchesandcabletvon April 27, 2011   Link

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