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The Rolling Stones – Paint It Black Lyrics 2 years ago
@[TiaMaria1:30865] The line should be spelled, "Flours and my loaf"

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James Taylor – Jelly Man Kelly Lyrics 2 years ago
@[Darkrai23:30649] If he's cheating on her, maybe all this stuff is sexual euphemisms. "Jelly on toast" might be cum on tits. The kettle might be ass that Jenny should be getting ready, so having tea might be eating ass.

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The Rolling Stones – Paint It Black Lyrics 9 years ago
This song is about affirmative action.

I see a red door and I want it painted black
-Black people had red doors (stop signs where there should be opportunities). He's saying the opportunity should be made available to black people.

No colors anymore, I want them to turn black
-He doesn't want black people to be called colored people.

I see the girls walk by dressed in their summer clothes
I have to turn my head until my darkness goes
-If a black man was caught staring at girls in skimpy clothing they could get lynched, so he had to look away to keep that from happening.

I see a line of cars and they're all painted black
-Black people had to buy the cheap or old cars because they didn't have much money.

With flowers and my love, both never to come back
-Black people had to use all their flour to make bread because they didn't have enough money to buy bread at the store.

I see people turn their heads and quickly look away
-People didn't like looking at black people.

Like a newborn baby it just happens ev'ryday
-This stuff keeps happening to black people with every generation. To break the string, he's suggesting affirmative action.

Same stuff with the rest of the lyrics.

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Aerosmith – Angel Lyrics 16 years ago
stoolhardy, St. John was a religious song on the same album as Angel (Permanent Vacation, 1987).
beltheshazzar, "save me" isn't a specifically Christian term, it's what people say when they need saving and are requesting help (from danger or whatever).

If the lyric, "What can I do, I'm sleepin' in this bed alone," is about Jesus, then it's kind of a Cartman way of singing about Jesus I think ("I wanna get down on my knees and start pleasin' Jesus, I
want to feel his salvation all over my face."). The rest of it makes sense as a religious song though.

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