"Moisture" as written by and Scott Preston/browning Alexander....
Let it out let me pull the shades
mix it up make it lemonade
I've no intention of living this way
No intention of living
Moisture
Moisture

A thousand miles across the sand
Burning blisters on my hand
Why did you take
Water from my well
I am dry, I sigh
Take this torture from my head

How you said, the sand would burn my hands
How you said, the sand would burn my feet again

Almost drowned inside your head
Crawled back to the shore instead
Why did you take
And drag me through your hell
I am dry, I sigh
Take this torture from my head

How you said, the sand would burn my hands
How you said, the sand would burn my feet again
Moisture
Moisture

Take this torture from my head
How you said, the sand would burn my hands
How you said, the sand would burn my feet again
How you said, the sand would burn my hands
How you said, the sand would burn my feet again


Lyrics submitted by spliphstar

"Moisture" as written by John Robert Richards George Edward Iii Pendergast

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, BIGGER THAN PEANUT BUTTER MUSI

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    General CommentThis song may be about an unsuccessful relationship, and the author may feel like somthing was taken from him at the break-up. "why did you take water from my well" could support this.
    Poboon April 22, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI agree that this song is about an unsuccessful relationship. The reason I think so is.
    1. He is talking about taking water from his well and he cries out for moisture. Its safe to assume that water and moisture represent life. The lady in question sucked life out of him so to speak.
    2. Most likely she used him, because he says “Why did you take
    And drag me through your hell”
    3. No intention of living this way, no intention of living
    Bratmonstaon April 17, 2008   Link

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