Somehow calm as she walks on stage
Her entire empire becomes your taste
Your taste
Show me
Come

Let me know what you're like
Let me know what you're like
What's your taste?

I bet she carves your heart when she walks onstage
Her empire slowly becomes your place
Your place
Show me
Come

Let me know what you're like
Let me know what you're like
In your place, your place (place)

Somehow calm as she walks offstage
An entire empire recall your face
Your face
Show me
Come

Let me know what you're like
Let me know what you're like
Your face, your face


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"Moana" as written by Abran Cunningham Abe Cunningham

Lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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    General CommentIt's about being infatuated with someone, and they're no good for you. You stop caring about the right things in life for this person and slowly become just as bad them.

    I picture a music video with Chino sitting, watching a pale herion-addict type girl dance on stage. She's dancing for him only, like a private lap dance. While she's dancing, and as the video progresses, Chino starts looking older, and pale. Eventually the building they're in starts burning down, but Chino just keeps his eyes on the girl. Meanwhile, the whole time this is going on, the "Good Chino" is performing the song while looking on through and two-way mirror in dissapointment. The whole is there too, of course.
    XXChris805XXon July 07, 2003   Link

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