"Lounge" as written by Esthero and Martin Daniel Mc Kinney....
Sweet caress and tender mouth,
Kissed her breast, and then he found he found

Forty days and forty nights, before this day
Said that she would always be the man, until she found herself.

You can't stop her now.
Peace within, or has she seen?
(And you know she will find out.) She's gonna find
(She's not too far behind.)

Searching for the seering heat.
Broke the glass, and stole the fate that she didn't earn

For the dress she wore that night, to find her there, she found herself.
If he could see his way to daylight.

You can't stop her now.
(Speak softer, love, in my love. Speak softer now, speak soft of love.)


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"Lounge" as written by Martin Daniel Mc Kinney

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    My InterpretationI recently read an online article from Esthero herself explaining what the song is about. She was a teenager at the time and imagined a young woman in a relationship with an older man who lavishes her with the finer things in life. He truly loves her and vice versa, but she doesn't know who she is yet and longs to be free to explore the world. Her lover knows he needs to let her go, but the bigger part of him wants to keep her all to himself. I take the chorus ("Ya can't stop her now!") as her fleeing from him in order to grow. She doesn't know where she's going or who she'll meet next, but she's on the move and made the first step towards freedom. It kind of reminds me of Mariah Carey's marriage and divorce from Tommy Mottola, but I doubt Esthero was influenced by that.
    rmcraeon February 25, 2013   Link

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