We got a love that's cold as stone
We got a love from a violent home
We got a love ain't got no name
We kiss our love with lips like pain
We gotta lotta electricity
We got a love like AC/DC
We got a love that ain't got no shame
We kiss our love with lips like pain
Kissing our love with lips like pain

I said "Oh it's bigger than the universe
Bigger than the universe
Bigger than the 2 of us
Oh, it's bigger than you and me
We got a love between us and it's like electricity

We got a love like a violent mind
We got our love from the white, white lines
We got a love that ain't got no name
We got a love that ain't got no name
We kiss our love with lips like pain
We got a love from the nowhere towns
We got a love like electric sounds
We got a love that ain't got no shame
We kiss our love with lips like pain
Kissing our love with lips like pain

I said "Oh it's bigger than the universe
Bigger than the universe
Bigger than the 2 of us
Oh, it's bigger than you and me
We got a love between us and it's like electricity

Oh it's bigger than the universe
Bigger than the universe
Bigger than the 2 of us
Oh, it's bigger than you and me
We got a love between us and it's like electricity


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    this song is about drugs We got our love from the white, white lines

    wyldwytchon April 03, 2003   Link
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    Yeah I agree with the drugs thing, but for some reason a seedy, sleazy but also true love comes through as well just from the "bigger than the universe, bigger than the 2 of us" bit

    staybeautifulon May 21, 2004   Link
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    Memory

    Damn. I used to DJ at a LGBT club... The night I played this song after my set, the girl I always wanted was all hyped up and and wanted to have sex with me, I could feel the electricity. But I refused the coke, I still don't know why, because I'm enhancement junkie, but I did and lost my chance. Shit.

    Still, great song.

    weedmastaon October 20, 2011   Link

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