"Ladylike" as written by and Ian Thornley....
So when she lays down it'll be
With me
Lord, she'll lay down with me

And when she walks out it'll be
On me
Lord, she'll walk out on me

When she kneeling it'll be
For me
Lord, she's kneeling for me

And if I need you to be secure
It's cause I'm not
You're so ladylike and more

When she focused it'll be
On me
Lord, she's focused on me

And if she walks with it'll be
With me
She's walking with me

And if I need you to be secure
It's cause I'm not
You're so ladylike and more

If she wishes it'll be
On me
Lord, she's wishing on me

And when she's hopeless
Lord, she's hopeless with me

And if I need you to be secure
It's cause I'm not
You're ladylike
I need you to be secure if I'm not
You're ladylike and more


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"Ladylike" as written by Ian Thornley

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    General CommentWOW! Nobody has commented on this song? That's rather unfortunate given its high calibre. It's a fantastic song. At first I thought it was about women having ot be obediant but now thatI look at the lyrics, I'm not really sure. If anyone DOES decide to comment on this song, perhaps they could help me out by shedding some light on the subject.
    nolimit24on March 09, 2007   Link
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    General CommentWell those lyrics aren't right, they're a tad off. It's
    "And for me just, to be secure, it's 'cause I'm not, you're Ladylike and More."
    This song is about being in a possesive relationship. Ian Thornley himself even says so in a video. it's about "Owning someone, and they own you, very true to the old Blues Form... But it's not exactly a pretty thing... But I like it, I like that shit." heres the video link, the Ladylike part is 5 minutes in, but watch all 3 Videos, if you're a Big Wreck fan, it's worth it
    TheLegendaryJokeron March 24, 2007   Link
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    General Commentyoutube.com/…
    TheLegendaryJokeron March 24, 2007   Link

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