Help me, I'm in trouble.
My body feels just like a double.
I don't know what's happened to me.

Fire, oh fire.
I'm pretty sure I've burned my desire.
I think someone voodooized me.

If you call, I'll come to you.
If you call, I'll come to you.

Where? Honey, where?
You better show up soon to be fair, if you put one more needle in me...
Pull out my soul and put it in your mouth to be full.
Puncture after puncture 'till it's blown.

If you call, I'll come to you.
If you call, I'll come to you.
I'm no burden, I'm yours to use.
If you call, I'll come to you.

Oh, we can dance, we can dance 'till the morning shines it all away.
We can dance, we can dance down to nothing.
You can play your voodoo in the evening.
Lipstick on a shadow you keep leaving.
Novocaine like laughter 'till we're seething.
we can start out loving like it's breathing.
Come get me if your heart is a bad thing.
Come get me if your heart is a bad, bad thing.

If you call, I'll come to you.
If you call, I'll come to you.


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Voodooized song meanings
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    General CommentNo, why am I the first person to comment on how jammin' this song is? It's great!!!

    So, I feel like it's pretty self explanatory (maybe that's where the lack of comments comes from, and I just like expounding on the obvious), but here goes!

    So this person is in love with someone else and they feel as though they're under their spell, or "voodooized," hence the references of putting "needles in me" and consuming the soul.

    I particularly love the part "Come get me if your heart is a bad thing/ Come get me if your heart is a bad, bad thing." I can't help but yell these lines out in my car.

    Anyone else have any ideas as to the meaning of the song???
    lisimoomooon October 20, 2011   Link

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