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Someone said they'd like
to set you up
They're gonna feed on
you just sleep now
Should've know they'd
try and make you cry
They're gonna have fun
now don't fight it

Let me come undone in
your house
I need to kill some
time tonite
Let me come undone in
your mouth
I need to know that your
the same

Could've guessed you
were the only one
They wanted to laugh at
believe them
No surprise you let it
get to you
It was always there
can't hide it

Your face is easy to hate
Looking helpless
and sincere
Curls up in self-sickness
Lick your wounds and
dream of home

let me come undone in
your house
Let me come undone
and kill some time
Let me come undone in
your mouth
Let me come undone
and feel the same

Lyrics submitted by ruben

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    General CommentThis is a great song. It gives many interpretations. One of them is that it's in a relationship, and how they feed on you, and people laugh at you. Another one is a sexual reference and feeding on you while you sleep means being eaten out down under. Another interpretation is the drug connotation, and you feel like the drugs set you up for addiction and being pained.
    ScatScaton January 21, 2005   Link
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    General CommentDefinitely about people leaving themselves open to being preyed upon and taken advantage of sexually. Could be a prelude to Wet Gravity!
    SpooktheHerdon June 20, 2007   Link
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    General CommentNow that I look at the tracks on the album, yeah, it comes directly before Wet Gravity. That had to have been planned.
    SpooktheHerdon June 20, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthis song is awsum
    thts awsum
    ticklishgioon September 24, 2008   Link
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    My InterpretationI think this is about pressuring a girl to have casual sex with you. But it's not a girl you particularly like, so just a F buddy.
    bigAlexon July 30, 2015   Link

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