She was going with a cinematographer
Everyone knew that he was really a pornographer
They went down to the dance and grind
And everybody was feeling fine
She was talking with syllable lisp
And everybody she knew was gonna get the twist
And they all went down and did the porqupine
And everybody was feeling high
You are so hot
I would like to steal your digits
And I'm so hung up on it
I would like to
Move away from it
We are so caught up with things
We should pull eachother's triggers
And I'm off
She was going with a cinematographer
Everyone knew that he was really a pornographer
They went down to the dance and grind
And everybody was feeling fine
She was talking with syllable lisp
And everybody she knew was gonna get the twist
And they all went down and did the porqupine
And everybody was feeling high
I've got a girlfriend out of the city
I know I like her, I think she is pretty [x4]
Last call!
It's closing time
I'm on the road to god don't know
My brain's the burger and my heart's the charcoal
It's closing time



Lyrics submitted by numb, edited by Jate, Spiritus22, ApacheTomcat

Lounge (Closing Time) song meanings
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    General CommentWell, what I see in this song is....

    There is the guy that is the bad influence. The pornographer, he took her to a club. Everybody was happy and pro'lly on drugs. ("Everybody was feeling fine.") She felt good too, ingorant to the fact that the male figure in the song was going to try and take advantage of her. She proceeded to do some herion. Then the guy worked his charm. ("You are so hot, I would like to steal your digits. ...we are so cuaght up in things. I think we should pull eachother's triggers.") When the club is closing it's time for them to leave. She's pro'lly coming down and she regrets the whole thing. She doesn't know whats happening in her life, and where she is going. ("I'm on the road to god don't know.")

    Thats just what I get out if it.
    jakeisuselesson April 12, 2005   Link

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