Meet me at the back porch
I'd like to get to know you more
Saw that you're good lookin
And maybe it'll be interesting
Me and my friend Apollo
He said that you're from out of state
But I already knew that though
I felt right away


That you were more like some gypsy lover I knew from some other place
What your sisters do not know
What your sisters they do not know
I can show you some places that are gonna be great
Gimme some love gimme some love
Gimme some love c'mon gimme some love


Stab me with your dagger
I knew way in the light
Went up to my momma
She hates you cuz you're beautiful
I'm locked up in my bedroom
I thought this wound would never heal
I'm bustin out the window though
I got to get away


That you were more like some gypsy lover I knew from some other place
What your sisters do not know
What your sisters they do not know
I can show you some places that are gonna be great
Gimme some love gimme some love
Gimme some love c'mon gimme some love


Ay baby!
I gotta know
Would you sort through all these seeds for me?
Would you cross over the river to find the golden fleece for me?
Would you fill a flask full of that holy water just for me?
Would you go down, down, down, down to the depths of Hades lookin for me?


Cuz you were more like some gypsy lover I knew from some other place
What your sisters do not know
What your sisters they do not know
I can show you some places that are gonna be great
Gimme some love gimme some love
Gimme some love


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Psyche's Dagger song meanings
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    General CommentThis song reminds me of being young. This song reminds me of beautiful women. This song reminds me of parties.....I think this song should remind everyone of all of those things.
    xfrailaspaperon October 25, 2012   Link
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    General CommentThis song is about the story of Cupid and Psyche. Cupids mother is angry that Psyche is so beautiful that mortals are calling her the second coming of Venus. Cupid accidentally scratches himself with an arrow meant to make psyche fall in love with an evil flying sex snake who will impregnate her to eat the newborn children. he falls madly in love with her. He kidnaps her and essentially rapes her until she falls in love with him. Cupid is always under the cover of darkness so as to not reveal his embarrassing identity and let the gods know he has failed his mission. she becomes pregnant. her sisters meanwhile hear that Psyche has been forced in love with an evil sex serpent and tell her to look at her lover/rapist but bring a dagger to kill him when she sees its an evil creature. it turns out to be Cupid, she shocked! she accidentally drops the hot lamp oil on him, searing Cupid. Cupid runs away in a bloody burnt mess. Psyche gets kidnapped by Venus and sent to do horrible things like sorting seeds, crossing a river, getting holy water, going to Hades, all the while always failing at her consistent attempts at suicide. she tries to kill hersolf soooo many times its ridiculous that she keeps failing so many times. Anyways, her sisters find out that Psyche is in a bad situation with venus enslaving her and whatnot. the sisters are insanely jealous and throw themselves off cliffs to be Cupid's "replacements" of sorts for the missing and distressed Psyche. Instead of being saved by Cupid and transported to the place of the gods Cupid allows them to fall to their death. each of the sisters leave behind their families and husbands :( at some point Cupid saves psyche from his mother and she is at some point in the story accidentally stabed with one of Cupids arrows and falls in love with Cupid as well even though he's been raping her on the reg. (I don't know why Cupid didn't just get her with the arrow earlier in the story it would have saved so much ink) they eventualy are married and psyche gets made Immortal. Ta da. Mythology. and now Cupid is a Valentine's day thing. WTF
    dominic102on February 28, 2016   Link

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