Dark and fair were the curls in your hair
They were dark and fair when I moved to place just under there
Where I’d play and I’d kiss that every day ‘til I can’t last

In the deep blue pools they were practically jewels
And I slipped down the face but I found my favourite place
And I searched and explored, found a freckle at the door
So I went inside, I went there many times
Oh, I would have liked to stay but there was more I had to see, more I had to see that day

So I hopped and I skipped and I left you with a kiss
‘til I came to a place that was just too good to miss
And, oh it was as pure as snow, the beauty of this sea you’ll never know

Then I climbed and I climbed and I left that place behind
And the mountains it seemed, I had never seen no beautiful a thing
And I slipped down those hills, may have left them with the chill
But a field had I found with a small hole in the ground
And I danced up and down I was twirling all around
Then I did see all those days of beauty stretched in front of me
I would have liked to stay but there was more I had to see, more I had to see that day

I walked past a place, one I cannot say
But when you’re mine, girl I’ll take the journey anytime
Girl I’ll take the journey anytime.



Lyrics submitted by M4TTY


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    Song Meaning:The song is basically about sex but it's different because the boy doesn't see it the way other people do. He doesn't have sex with the girl for her body or for entertainment or for satisfaction and pleasure, like the reason why people do it nowadays (although this doesn't mean he can't enjoy it.) He does it because he loves the girl and the reason why the song is different is because he makes it sound so beautiful. That's the proper way of seeing it though---sex is beautiful.

    In the first part, the boy describes the girls hair that's dark and curly, like in the first line. He tells how he always ("every day 'til I can't last") kisses ("I'd play and I'd kiss" her neck ("place just under there")

    In the second part, the boy describes her blue eyes and how he goes down ("I slipped down the face") to kiss her lips ("my favourite place") but by the sound of it, it's much more than kissing ("And I searched and explored") and much more than only once ("I went there many times") He also notes that the girl has a freckle at her mouth ("found a freckle at the door") He says he would love to keep kissing her but there was more to see.

    In the third part, he tells about trailing kisses down the girl's chest ("I hopped and I skipped and I left you with a kiss") until he comes to the breasts ("a place that was just too good to miss") and he describes it as beautiful and that he is feeling utter bliss. This also goes on to the fourth part, and he is still trailing kisses down her breasts. He goes down until he finds her vagina ("But a field had I found with a small hole in the ground") and you know the rest ("And I danced up and down I was twirling all around")

    For him it was beautiful, and he tells the girl he'll do it again any time.
    Mordecaiiion March 18, 2013   Link
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    General Comment:I agree with the outlining of the comment above, except for the song isn't about sex. It's more about a boy cherishing his girl's body. "But a field had I found with a small hole in the ground". He is rather referring to her stomach and belly button. This way the ending of the song makes more sense. "I walked past a place, one I cannot say. But when you’re mine, girl I’ll take the journey anytime. Girl I’ll take the journey anytime." He is waiting for marriage, when the girl is truly his. Then he will take the journey anytime. Until then, he can't speak of that place.
    Lyricalblisson August 11, 2013   Link

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