"Base Level Erotica" as written by Andrew David Craighan, Adrian Richard Winfield Jackson, Calvin Webster Robertshaw and Aaron Stainthorpe....
What do you see
What do you see when eyes are closed
What do you feel
What do you feel when she's below

Who do you want
Who do you want her to be
A star
What do you see

What do you see when eyes flick open
Take her clothes off
Down to the bone now
She's looking dirty

She's taking you, you're losing control
You're going down
You're lying naked
You're underneath now

And looking dirty
You're taking her and you're going down
Tasting her, tasting you
You feel like the god of all love

Young women fall and die at your feet
One by one you will savage them all
She licks you hard
She will swallow it all

And then want more
The heat is on and you're dripping wet
On the floor


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"Base Level Erotica" as written by Adrian Richard Winfield Jackson Aaron Stainthorpe

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    General Comment This song annoys me slightly, Most of MDB's other stuff is so subtle and beautifful lyricaly, but this song just seems a bit"uncouth".
    greatstefanoon May 12, 2009   Link
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    General CommentIn keeping with the title, this is lyrically far too explicit to be considered sexy or erotic. Yet musically - particularly in the outro - there is just something extremely sexy and very beautiful and moving at the same time.
    The song seems to deal with what is pretty much the typical 'ultimate' male fantasy, sexually. It's closely related to a hunger for power, and in this case a power over women; being able to make them do whatever you want, and then fall at your feet, begging for more.
    Songmeaningsuseron April 02, 2006   Link

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