Oh so, your weak rhyme
You doubt I'll bother reading into it
I'll probably wont
Left to my own devices
But that's the difference in our opinions

You're a mouthful
That amounts for another week on my own
Now I'm a novel made resourceful
I start a chain with my thought


Talk is cheap, my darling
When you're feeling right at home
I wanna make you move with confidence
I wanna be with you alone

Said help me help you start it
You're too comfortable to know
Throwing out those words
Oh, you gotta feel it on your own


Cold pain
I cannot sustain it
That's what I'm thinking
Not what I'm drinking

I hold up my ways
These thoughts are pervasive
It's not a statement
But peace can be evasive

You're a mouthful
That accounts for another week on my own
Now I'm a novel made resourceful
I start a chain with my thought


Talk is cheap, my darling
When you're feeling right at home
I wanna make you move with confidence
I wanna be with you alone

Said help me help you start it
You're too comfortable to know
Throwing out those words
Oh, you gotta feel it on your own


Talk is cheap, my darling
When you're feeling right at home
I wanna make you move with confidence
I wanna be with you alone

Said help me help you start it
You're too comfortable to know
Throwing out those words
Oh, you gotta feel it on your own




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Talk Is Cheap song meanings
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    General CommentThe other person sustains their togetherness by her ideas and talk (she's the not-so-confident one, so all these talks serve her defense mechanism), but the singer doesn't ever give a damn about it (he's the "talk is cheap my darling when you're feeling right at home" one) but they somehow manage to keep the relationship. They are two different persons with different characters and preferences, but they both want to be together and they are doing it.
    FairyAlontoon February 17, 2014   Link

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