"Goldilox" as written by and Doug Pinnick Ty Tabor....
I can't believe summer's almost here
I made it through another year even if alone
But there's no tears in my eyes, life is still full of surprise
I'm not looking for a one night stand

I stand behind you and I watch you from a mile away
Wishing you could be the one but not here this way

I got to know your name
I must know who you are, yeah

I look at you and I know who you are
You're just a little bit too far from my home
But please don't get me wrong even though it has been long
I hope I never sing my last song without someone

I stand behind you and I watch you from a mile away
Wishing you could be the one but not here this way

I got to know your name
And I must know who you are, yeah

I stand behind you and I watch you from a mile away
I'm wishing you could be the one but not here this way

I'd like to know your name
And I must know who you are, yeah



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"Goldilox" as written by Jerry Gaskill Doug Pinnick

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    General CommentShould rank as one of the best songs ever by one of the best bands ever!
    boylardon September 23, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI AGREE!!!
    ricoetcon May 17, 2006   Link
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    General CommentGreat song with lyrics that speak of the narrator's wish for true love. Considering that many of Doug Pinnick's songs would touch on this topic (Pretend; Lover; Looking For Love; etc) one would think he wrote this song (he sings it as well); but it was actually Ty Tabor who penned this one. It reflects an attitude not found in many rock songs - these guys are not out for one night stands and wild sex - they want long-lasting relationships. But the song does not deny the temptation is there ("I stand behind you and I watch you from a mile away...")
    Wilon July 12, 2006   Link
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    General CommentGiven that Tabor and Gaskill come from a Christian Rock background, and that the album title is a direct reference to Christian author CS Lewis, I believe these lines refer to Jesus:

    "I'd like to know your name
    and I must know who you are Yeah
    I look at you and I know who you are
    you're just a little bit too far from my home"

    It's Ty's song about a lonesome non-believer coming to faith. It's also one of the best King's X songs by far.
    gregorikon August 11, 2013   Link

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