"Mouth" as written by and Merril Bainbridge....
I feel like I've been blown apart
There are pieces here
I don't know where they go
I don't know where they go

Kiss me on my salty lips
I bet you feel a little crazy
But for me
We'll be famous on TV

Would it be my fault if I could turn you on?
Would I be so bad if I could turn you on?
When I kiss your mouth, I want to taste it
Turn you upside down, don't want to waste it

I jump on you, you jump on me
You push me out and
Even though you know I love you
I'd be inclined to slap you in the mouth

When I kiss your salty lips
You will feel a little crazy
But for me
I'll be famous on TV

[Chorus: x2]

Now, will it be my fault if I
Take your love and throw it wide
You might restrain me
But could you really blame me

And you will feel you're blown apart
All the pieces there
Will fit to make you whole
And I know where they go


[Repeat: x2]
When I kiss your mouth, I want to taste it
Turn you upside down, don't want to waste it

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"Mouth" as written by Merril Bainbridge

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    General CommentIf anyone here did the hard research (looking it up on wikipedia) you'll see that there was no intentional sexual connotation.

    Bainbridge stated that "(Any sexuality on "Mouth" was) not deliberate - it was definitely not a sexual song. It's just honest - about a relationship, how you feel in a relationship. Sometimes you feel you're in control and the next thing, you're insecure - it's the role playing thing. To me, it's not about straight up sexuality. It doesn't bother me if people connect with that, because obviously it's there, but it wasn't something I was aware of"

    schonenbergon May 22, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General Commentthis site isn't about research. it's about what it means, whether it be to you or to the artist.
    Bloodyteaon May 22, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commenthahaha i love this song....whats it about though?? does anyone know, i mean i get parts but the

    Now will it be my fault
    if I take your love and throw it wide?
    You might restrain me.
    But, could you really blame me?
    You will feel you're blown apart.
    All the pieces there will fit to make you whole,
    and I know where they go.

    i dont get any of that...maybe im just stupid:( anywayz, if anyone knwos PLEEEEAASSEEEEE tell me!!!
    stupidpunkkidon July 30, 2002   Link
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    General Commenti think its about 69ing
    all the talk of the salty lips and such. and im not usually perverse but i truly think thats what its about
    rainethbowon August 24, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti love this song. i marvel in its greatness.
    NicoleInWonderlandon June 27, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti kind of agree with rainethbow, but i think its about her being a lesbian
    "Would it be my fault if I could turn you on?
    Would I be so bad if I could turn you on?"
    "I wanna taste it.
    Turn you upside down --
    don't wanna waste it."
    "if I take your love and throw it wide? "

    if u look at the song as if she's a lesbian then certian phrases make a lot of sense.

    it really is a good song and i dont mean to sound vulgar , but thats what i think of it.
    eddie34on April 19, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthe whole lesbian thing makes way too much sense...
    megn412on May 19, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Commentyeah i agree, it probably is about lesbian 69ing
    lauraismeon February 14, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis is my friends flirtin song X.x
    Kamsekion July 30, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis being about a lesbian experience doesn't make sense in the context of her having salty lips. guys taste salty, girls don't.
    nodoublingbackon January 27, 2007   Link

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