I can taste the sweet smell
Of success on your breath
I know where it came from
No need for chewing gum
I saw her today you know
She's filling up with amnio...

She was
Always wide
Now it's drinking her
Out from the inside
He filled her with champagne
Got a tattoo, forgot her name...
In the car again

Now her kisses
Full at first
Ache like blisters
Waiting to get burst
She is alone
He's been here, now he's gone...
She's alone again

By our early growth
We're stunted you and I
Stunted we are both

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Millionare Sweeper song meanings
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    General CommentWhen I first heard this song I immediately thought it was about lottery winner who's riches ultimately leads to their own self-destruction, like the artwork for the single suggested. However the 'millionaire sweeper' instead turns out to be a hapless girl who I guess has fallen foul to the charms of a boy and is now, for the want of a better term, up the duff! I wander if it was penned about anyone in particular? Maybe someone the girls (Lauren, Montrose and Marie) knew at school? Good follow up to In Your Car nonetheless!
    cinnamonKon March 30, 2007   Link

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