Even Though You Don't Know Me
I Know That You Live Alone
Because I Listen To You Cry

Even Though You Don't Know Me
Oh Oh Oh Confidential Love
From An Undercover Spy

Even Though You Don't Know Me
I Want, I Want, I Want To Take You Out
I Want To Take You On A Date

Let's Go On A Date - Let's Go On A Date
Go On A Date
Let's Go On A Date
I Want To Take You On A Date
Let's Go On A Date - Let's Go On A Date
Go On A Date
Let's Go On A Date
I Want To Take You On A Date

Even Though You Don't Know Me
I Know I Could Treat You Right
And I Could Keep You Satisfied

Even Though You Don't Know Me
No Oh Oh You're My Angel
Gosh, I Wish Wasn't So Shy

Even Though You Don't Know Me
I Want, I Want, I Want To Take You Out
I Want To Take You On A Date

Let's Go On A Date - Let's Go On A Date
Go On A Date
Let's Go On A Date
I Want To Take You On A Date
Let's Go On A Date - Let's Go On A Date
Go On A Date
Let's Go On A Date
I Want To Take You On A Date

I Want To Take You...
I Want To Take You On A Date...

To A Night-Club
To A Restaurant
To The Movies
And Then To Your Place
And Maybe First Base
And Maybe Second Base
To A Night-Club
To A Restaurant
To The Movies
And Then To Your Place
And Maybe Third Base
Or Maybe Outer Space

Let's Go On A Date...


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    General CommentI think this is the Andrew W.K. version of a 50's/early 60's love song. The chorus is wholesome, simple and full of anxious love. He only wants to take her on a date, with just some hints at something more sexual.

    But it has that strange, almost creepy Andrew element in it, that slightly perverts the 50's vibe of the song. Lines like "I know that you live along because I listen to you cry" kind of warp the more virtuous parts of the song (ex. "Gosh I wish I wasn't so shy"). Also the fact that the narrator is in love with a person who he doesn't really know makes it beautifully creepy.

    And of course it's a noisy, raucous, layered song instead of simple and soft.

    In the end just a fantastic song... on of many on the Close Calls With Brick Walls/Mother of Mankind.
    hornytheclownon September 17, 2012   Link

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