"The dresses song" as written by and Lisa Germano....
 You make we want to wear dresses
You make we want to wear dresses
You look at me so fragile

Take me to your castle
It feels so good in there
Much much safer in your castle
Mine got lost somewhere
You make we want to wear dresses
You make we want to wear dresses
You look at me so fragile

You make me think about nothing
It feels so good like that
You look at me so fragile

So full of desire
Wide wide open spaces
You make me want to wear dresses
Wide wide open spaces

You make me want to wear dresses
You make me want to wear dresses
You look at me so fragile

Wide wide open spaces
Wide wide open spaces
Take me to your castle
It feels so good in there
Much much safer in your castle
Mine got lost somewhere
You make me want to wear dresses
You make me want to wear dresses
Its much much safer in my dresses
You make me want to wear dresses


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"The Dresses Song" as written by Lisa Germano

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    General CommentI harbor enormous doubt that this is meant to be a sexy song.
    androgybunnyon March 17, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI always picture these dresses as flowery prints, and longer. Not, in this case, emphasizing sexuality necessarily, but a definite femininity; a feeling of being pretty and girly, and the vulnerability (and the power?) that goes along with that. To be found in this relationship between "me" and "you".

    The "wide, wide open spaces" gives the impression of freedom and of endless possibility, and "your" castle (vision and perspective and love) is a fantastical fortress protecting "me" from the outside world.

    Just an incredible song.
    42 stepson September 28, 2009   Link

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