"Desktop Breaking" as written by and Tom Thacker Craig Wood....
And her body bleeds too much
And her boy is out of touch she's learning
She's yearning for something that something
That only new love can bring she needs to look into new eyes
Fall into them and this pupil will drive into her desires go into them
'Cause it feels due the girl she was has gone
And this campus turns her on to fresh things her boyfriend
Just won't be he's dull old and she wants shiny and green

She needs to look into new eyes fall into them
And this pupil will drive into her desires go into them
Cause it feels due it feels due desktop
Breaking filled with guilt she sees the desktop breaking
Can't control herself desktop breaking he'd freak out
She sees the desktop breaking can't control herself
And her body bleeds too much and her boy is out of touch

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"Desktop Breaking" as written by Gabe Mantle Craig Wood


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    General Commentanother great song by gob
    teKion June 06, 2002   Link
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    General CommentDoesn't anybody comment on any thing here?! This song is obviously written about some shallow girl who can find the right man or something like that. Feel free to correct me.
    victoryguy11on June 20, 2005   Link
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    General CommentIt's about a woman who is sick of her husband/boyfriend wotever, cos he's "dull old" and wont try "fresh things" like having LOTS OF SEX and she finds herself attracted to a much younger man who likes to have LOTS OF SEX. Long story short she's probly a teacher having sex with a student. On an unstable desk? I dunno. Bye!
    beergoggles69on April 12, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI always thought that is said
    "His pupil will dilate to her desires"
    But now I am not so sure... Would make more sense to me.

    But I am positive that it is "shiny and clean"
    not shiny and green.
    SixofSpadeson March 21, 2007   Link

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