Afraid it comes to this
I really must admit
Your tits, your eyes, your lips
Are staring at me
I'm drooling at the chin
And I need to be within
Her skin
I want to sin
She stops me and she says

Slow down boy
I'm not easy
I don't wanna be a sleazy whore
So I showed her to the door
Over abundancy
And I'm not sorry

Girl you look so good
I really think we should
Your hood, with me, I would
So let's get started
I know I can't resist
I reach over for a kiss
I miss, she ducks, I wish
She get's up and she says

Slow down boy I'm not easy
I don't want to be a sleazy whore
So I showed her to the door
Over abundancy
And I'm not sorry

Then there she was in front of me
And it was very plain to see
She had this gleaming in her eye
Told me that she's down for the crime
Took me and threw me on the floor
As she screamed and begged for more
Yeah she said
I'm not sorry

Yeah I'm sorry

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    is this just about some guy who wanted to get it on with a girl and when the girl said no he dumped her saying there's lots of girls out there. then he did the same thing with another girl and finally the third girl was willing? or is it always the same girl? or am i totally not getting it?

    i'm not good with metaphorical meanings...

    ManoStuarton May 08, 2002   Link
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    this song is fun. i dont like the word "tits" but what can you do right? its a good song and i believe in doing stuff when you are ready... its also kinda funny to listen to!

    Copion May 05, 2002   Link
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    i think it's about the same girl. he wants to have sex with her and she's like no, and he tries a few times and then she turns out to be the aggressive one and wants sex

    JeLyBu99on May 16, 2002   Link
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    This song is about the same girl & she's just waiting until she's ready.The first verse is like early on in the relationship & the relationship just keeps progressing until she's ready. He's not dumping her, just telling her to leave cuz he can't stand being around her cuz its too tempting. & she keeps coming back & then she's ready so she "throws" him on the floor. & she's not sorry bout waiting or bout having sex with him. i love the song! its hilarious & fun w/ an awesome beat! that's all. i'm out

    MusicisLife14on June 05, 2002   Link
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    the first time i heard it i couldn't stop laughing but that's just me. i have no problem with the word 'tits' i mean come on, nothing else suits the song! I LOVE SCOTT RUSSO

    surfy_chicon June 09, 2002   Link
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    yeah surfy chic Scott is amazing and sexy and this song is hilarious - i completely identify with it (hehe i'll let you interpret that however you want)

    mally101on July 11, 2002   Link
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    this song's great, but i hope the only reason you like ul isn't scott....i mean, he's hott and all, but he has a wife and kids...and he's not the whole band, they're all friggin sexy...wade <3, rob <3, PK <3, Chris <3, scott <3.... wade....heheheheh....but they're all amazing musicians

    ultimateposeuron April 19, 2003   Link
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    this song is awesome! its such a funny song slow down boy im not easy... dont wanna be a sleazy whore so i showed her to the door aahh what a classic

    regan_89on June 20, 2003   Link
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    Scott Russo is a bitch but this song is fucking sweet. One of the catchiest songs I've heard. It's cheesy but in a slightly intentional way as it's a fun[ny] song about...well, isn't it obvious? Great tune!

    sacrifice_for_life1on June 25, 2005   Link
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    When I first heard Unwritten Law I didn't see what the big fuss was, but this band grows on you something fearce. This song is so funny, I remember when I first heard it I had to keep turning up and down the volume, because my parents kept hearing it and they must have thought I was some horny teenager, you know actually listening to music like this and enjoying it? hah- but anyways, interesting lyrics and although it is a 'fun' song - I think that it is one of the band members reality, to me it seems as though it is about a girl who was trying to tease this guy, as she really like him, but he kept saying basically 'leave you are wasting my time' anyways, that is when she realised that he wasn't going to put up with her games, so she went for it and didn't regret it. If that makes sense?

    AussieErinon January 12, 2006   Link

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