"Little Sin" as written by Todd Lewis, Mark G. Reznicek and Chris Vogeler....
Swimming in pride, my sweet thing
It's such a pretty night for losing
Our innocence, our tenderness
It's all been kissed away

And now you know you're a free soul
And you can't fight that little sin

Swinging your hips, you found out
It's easy as sin to put me down
Don't roll your eyes, don't breathe a sigh
You're not so shy so help me

Now you know you're a free soul
And you can't fight that little sin

So hard to wait just for a kiss
Now we're the same, we're all regret
No tenderness, no innocence
It's all been kissed away

And now you know you're a free soul
And you can't fight that little sin



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"Little Sin" as written by Mark G. Reznicek Chris Vogeler

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    My InterpretationI believe that it's about a girl that has lost her virginity to her boyfriend. Now that she's committed that "little sin", she's a "free soul". They've lost "our innocence, our tenderness". But now that it's happened, the girl enjoys it. She enjoys toying around with her boyfriend, but he's on to her little games. She's changed, now they're one and the same (they're no longer virgins), and they can no longer fight "that little sin"; i.e. they continue to enjoy sex, which when out of wedlock, is looked down upon by most Christian denominations. Keeping in mind that the vocalist was raised Basptist, but he had a falling out of sorts with it. Just look up the lyrics for 'Backslider'.
    EvolutionKillson September 21, 2011   Link
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    General Commentthis seems like the girl left him and she's rubbing it in. he's looking at her with resentment.

    ''you can't fight that little sin" --can't leave well enough alone, you have to constantly remind me of what i've lost.
    T.C.on May 09, 2007   Link

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