Access denied
All of the smarter kids they stay inside
But out in the pouring rain
You're kicking me with that look of sheer disdain

The fat controller man
He doesn't understand he's my biggest fan
So I'll stay here on the floor
It's better to be ignored than to be adored

Church spires ticking
Hose pipes hissing

Don't want to smother you
Just want you to be the mother of my children (now)
And you do

Good morning lucky man
I hope you enjoyed your sojourn in Japan
It's such a perfect scene
Back here in Golders Green - cut... end of dream

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Access Denied Lyrics as written by Steven Wilson

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  • +1
    General Comment"Dont want to smother you, just want you to be the mother of my children"

    Awesome lines.
    atomsplitteron December 07, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI'd like to think it's about an obsessive person, he didn't want to smother her, just wanted her to be the mother of his children lol :D so his access is denied.
    jana119855on October 18, 2016   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI really like this song a lot, it's very catchy! But I guess even most of the band members didn't like it, according to Steven.

    No idea what it's about, maybe it literally was a dream. I think the first time I heard it I thought "this whole thing sounds like a SW fever dream".
    angela1043on August 29, 2016   Link
  • -1
    General CommentThis is fuckin wierd.
    [Service to busy]on July 07, 2008   Link
  • -2
    General Commenti must say that this song is not one of the best by pt (a surprise). mebbe a few listens should make me change my mind..
    vivmeisteron August 28, 2008   Link

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