Now you have me
Now I'm there
Now I have you
Now you care

Now I got you
Now you care
Now you have me and
Now I'm there

Now we're tied - Until death us do part
Now I'm making my way inside
Now I'm feeding myself with you
And the more I grow, the more you decline
Now we're tied until death us do part

L-O-C-K
L-O-C-K-space-T-H-E-space-D-O-O-R-space-F-O-R-E-V-E-R

Now it's time for you to be sure
That the life we share will be long
That what can't be cured has to be endured
Now we're tied until death us do part

L-O-C-K
L-O-C-K-space-T-H-E-space-D-O-O-R-space-F-O-R-E-V-E-R


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    General Commentwhy marriage might suck?
    LOCK THE DOOR FOREVER!
    floating_eyeon June 08, 2006   Link
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    My InterpretationI'm pretty sure this is about terminal cancer not marriage... Front 242 have a tendency to do these type of bait-and-switch lyrics. The "I" in this is cancer, and "you" is the victim.

    These lines make it obvious:

    Now you have me - Now you have cancer.
    Now you care - Most people would be pretty worried if they got a cancer diagnosis.
    Now I'm feeding myself with you - Cancer kills you by taking nutrients from healthy cells
    And the more I grow, the more you decline - obvious
    Now it's time for you to be sure That the life we share will be long - The victim can get treatments to prolong his/her life, and Cancer knows this. Cancer is technically a part of you, so technically it dies when you die.
    That what can't be cured has to be endured - self-explanatory

    Not sure what "L-O-C-K-space-T-H-E-space-D-O-O-R-space-F-O-R-E-V-E-R" means, but it could be seen as the victim becoming depressed and withdrawn.
    conspirator-zeroon December 23, 2014   Link

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