"Kiss of Death" as written by and George/dokken Lynch....
Let's go out and have some fun
I know, you know, we believe in a land of love
I know, you know, we believe in a land of love
I, I, I, I, I, I, I
I, I, I, I, I, I, I
Tonight
Pleasure zone
Often pretending
Have some fun
I know, you know, we believe in a land of love
I know, you know, we believe in


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"Kiss of Death" as written by Peter Hook Stephen Paul David Morris

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    My InterpretationIs his friend "Johnny"? IE The one he doesn't want to point the gun at him in "1963'. I'm not sure if the chronology though.
    JLoDaMofoon August 29, 2015   Link
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    My OpinionOr it could be about his alter-ego. If you look at some of the lines it could be. Especially "I stood there beside myself".
    JLoDaMofoon August 29, 2015   Link
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    General CommentWhether it's true or not, I don't know, but I had always heard it was about a heroin addiction. The "gun" he's referring to is the syringe. You see numerous quasi-eroin-addiction songs from this poin onwards to about the late '80's/early '90's... along about the time Technique came out. By the time Republic came out, all such innuendoes were gone from the lyrics.
    ExtraChrispyon September 25, 2015   Link

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