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Well she's my hot potato
She's my home dictator
Got her own sweet flavour
When I go down low

She's my girly Bono
She's my Yoko Ono
She goes oh no no no
But I love her so

You and me
Trying hard to build a family
You and me
Life is kind of phony
Holy matrimony
Dont you see
You and I were allways meant to be
I wont flee
All I wanna do is get down on my knees

Well she's my hot potato
She's my home dictator
Got her own sweet flavour
When I go down low

She's my girly Bono
She's my Yoko Ono
She goes oh no no no
But I love her so

Dont you see
You and I were allways meant to be
I wont flee
All I wanna do is get down on my knees

Well she's my hot potato
She's my home dictator
Got her own sweet flavour
When I go down low

She's my girly Bono
She's my Yoko Ono
She goes oh no no no
But I love her so

I saw her dance
I saw her smile
She crossed the floor
I reached for the door
She caught my eye
She made me cry
She tamed the sky
And made me fly

Well she's my hot potato
She's my home dictator
Got her own sweet flavour
When I go down low

She's my girly Bono
She's my Yoko Ono
She goes oh no no no
But I love her so

She's my hot potato
She's my home dictator
Got her own sweet flavour

She's my girly Bono
She's my Yoko Ono
She goes oh no no no


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    My InterpretationI think hot potato is just him saying she's hot (meaning attractive). By home dictator he means she dictates where is home is (home is where the heart is). Got her own sweet flavour when I go down low is referring to performing oral sex (reinforced later on when he says All I wanna do is get down on my knees). The rest of the song is pretty straightforward, aside from the comparing her to yoko ono and bono, I'm guessing because both are considered philanthropists / really good people.
    skeddleson October 02, 2013   Link

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