"Whiteout" as written by and Theresa Elizabeth Becker-wayman Stella Zofia Mozgawa....
You wouldn't know it but you're really in your prime
Is there a question not answered in your mind?
Before you know the answer, you're running out of time

There is an anchor, I'll put it in my heart
You gotta do what's right for you, and do it from the start
Even when they wonder, they wonder where you are

You know what I want
To know the secrets in your heart
And now I keep it low
There's just some things I don't need to know
Don't go tonight
Don't go tonight

You oughta know it, but it happens all the time
Is there a question? You treat it like a crime
And in the walls you weaken and up the walls you climb

Oh, why is it not all that it seems?
You lock it up so easily
I wanna believe all that you say to me

Oh, you know what I want
To rip it open and pull it out
And we'll take it low
There's just some things I don't need to know
Don't go tonight
Don't go tonight

White out
You want it, you wanted it out
White out
You want it, you want it all out
White out
You want it, you wanted it out
White out
Tonight
Don't go tonight

You're talking suddenly, though I'm transparent for you
You like on my skin, always I skip
If you're feeling, touch you
I'm focused on the run
I'm focused on the run
But I feel like you wanted me to


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"White Out" as written by Theresa Elizabeth Becker-wayman Stella Zofia Mozgawa

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    My InterpretationI feel like the singer has just discovered she has romantic feelings towards a really close and true friend. The guy has really low self-esteem and the singer is trying to comfort him in the beginning which gradually turns into something else, something more, almost a head-on confession by the end. The song has a clear conceptual arc both musically and lyrically and it gets from A to B by the end which I always appreciate.

    I find the song very intriguing, groovy and ultimately sexy, probably their best since the Exquisite Corpse days. Nice job, Warpaint!
    HintaloHaduron October 18, 2016   Link

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