I took a cue, a cue from you,
all my sins are now weapons too

I smelled the stench of your room,
I think it's safe to assume,
your rose has permanently lost its bloom

And I bought a Mountain Dew,
but I don't drink Mountain Dew,
I just needed a bottle to throw at you.

And I am repulsed by my daughter's lover
I am repulsed by my daughter's lover

If I can give you some advice,
throw out your sugar and your spice,
and next time maybe you'll think twice

Maybe I should walk you through it,
even birds and bees do it,
without destroying the family unit

It's enough to make me hurl,
I brought you into this world,
and I can push you out too, girl

Oh-ho, I am repulsed by my daughter's lover
He's a sore for sighted eyes
I am repulsed by my daughter's lover
Yeah, he just ain't my kinda guy

And as usual your mother prefers to remain silent
And your brother boozes the day away
Day away

This story's getting sad,
because being someone's dad
should never hurt quite this bad

Now please feel free,
take this paternal tip from me;
get thine ass to a nunnery

Return the clay to the parlour
Blood is thinner than water
I no longer consider her my daughter

And I am repulsed by my own reflection
I think it's safe to say I
Overreacted upon reflection
Yeah, I'm just that kinda guy

Oh, I
Oh, I
Oh, I
Oh, I

Lyrics submitted by Shintaha

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    My InterpretationThis is clearly a song about a man who doesn't like the man his daughter is having sex with. He's taken her virginity, and this clearly, and deeply upsets him. But the man is really sicken and disgusted by this man and as the song goes on I think it becomes clear.

    The father is his daughter's lover... at least that's the feeling I get. It becomes a bit more clear in the final stanza:

    "And I am repulsed by my own reflection,
    I think it's safe to say I,
    Overreacted upon reflection,
    Yeah, I'm just that kinda guy"

    He can't look at himself, and the throughout the song he says his daughter's lover "ain't my kind of guy" and in this stanza it switches to "I'm just that kinda of guy," which might be him becoming ok with incestuous situation ("I no longer consider you my daughter")

    But I might be reading incorrectly into this reading.
    hornytheclownon July 08, 2012   Link

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