"Your Loves Whore" as written by and N....
Don't you want to take time and get to love me
We could build a perfect world
I got tricks I really want to show you
I could be your perfect girl, all right

And when we grow older
We'll still be friends
We'll could still be lovers
And we won't fear the end

Life we'll figure and the light won't fade, believe me
And it all looks better in the place we made believe
Hearts keep pumping and there's one thing
That keeps me breathing
Is the mentor I've seen and face I'll always see

And when we grow older
We'll still be friends
We'll still be lovers
And we won't fear the end

And when we grow older (Oooh)
We'll still be friends (Oooh)
We'll could still be lovers (Oooh)
And we won't fear the end (Oooh)

I let your love tease me
Now I am your love's whore
Keep me hardly breathing
But, I can only love you more
I can only love you more

Ah, ah, ah, ah


Lyrics submitted by LoudSilences, edited by elem45

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    My OpinionTo me, I feel like this song is about being in love with someone who is playing games or is only sexually interested in you.

    "Don't you want to take time and get to love me
    We could build a perfect world
    I got tricks I really want to show you
    I could be your perfect girl, all right"

    - She's trying to show that if given the chance she would make a great partner.



    and with
    "I let your love TEASE (not take) me
    Now I am your love's whore
    Keep me hardly breathing
    But, I can only love you more
    I can only love you more"

    - She might be sleeping with this person or just in a flirtationship but it feels like a tease, she wants more. By saying she's love's whore means at this point she will do anything to get this person's full affection. This person may hurt her or lead her on but she doesn't care because this person is all she wants.
    elem45on January 26, 2016   Link

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