I don't understand
The feelings you lack
Your face is harder than it looks (hah)
Imagine that

I built your beauty front to back
I saw when your eyes faded to black

My chisel hasn't been touched
Since you came around
I haven't had a reason to even
Touch the ground

I've been floating around your face
Hoping for a chance for some grace

And I don't feel any different
No, I don't feel any different
You feel very different
You're starting to feel different
Now I feel different
You feel very different
You feel very different
Are you alive?

Your skin gets warmer
With every kiss
Your eyes put me in
Some kind of bliss

With great Gods above me I am sure
I'm given the lover I would prefer
Your hand is a jewel your hair is a crown
No hardship or heathen could make me turn you down


Lyrics submitted by ThePython

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    General Comment"He would believe, but yet is still in pain,
    And tries his Argument of Sense again,
    Presses the Pulse, and feels the leaping Vein.
    Convinced, o'erjoyed, his studied Thanks and Praise,
    To her who made the Miracle, he pays:
    Then Lips to Lips he joined; now freed from Fear,
    He found the Savour of the Kiss sincere:
    At this the wakened image oped her Eyes,
    And viewed at once the Light and Lover, with surprise."

    - Pygmalion and the Statue
    by Ovid
    trans. by John Dryden
    ThePythonon February 14, 2011   Link

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