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Touch your thighs, I'm the lonely one
Remember that last sweat ‘cause that was the right one
Oh, all your mysteries are moving in the sun
And show some love and respect
Wanna get some love and respect
Baby, you can see that the gazing eye won't lie
Don't give up your lover tonight
Cause it's just you, me and this wire, all right
Let's tend to the engine tonight
Look out
She found a lonely sound
She keeps on waiting for time out there
Oh love, can you love me, babe?
Love, is this loving, babe?
Is time turning around?

Feast your eyes, I'm the only one
Control me, console me
Cause that's just how it should be done
Oh, all your history's like fire from a busted gun
I show some love and respect
Don't wanna get a life of regret

But, baby, you can see that the gazing eye won't lie
Don't give up your lover tonight
Look out

She found a lonely sound
She keeps on waiting for time out there
Oh love, can you love me, babe?
Love, is this loving, babe?
Is time turning around?

We slip into the bedroom
Babe, you know me
This is alright
Holdings we'll make soon will
Sustain us through the night
Inside my bedroom baby
Touch me, Oh tonight
Poses will make soon
Will reveal our sense of right

You should be in my space
You should be in my life
You should be in my space
You should be in my life
You could be in my space


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    General Commentthis song is to me about manipulation obviously. doesn't have to be about drugs or sex. why would an artist write a song in a straight forward manner? songs are never about what you think they mean on the surface. Regardless of the actual supposed quote from him, the great thing about music is sometimes you can interpret it on a deeper level than even the artist themselves intended.

    Regardless of any of the lyrics before or after "just you , me and this wire" has to be one of the greatest lyrics to describe what goes on in dysfunctional relationships. It doesn't even have to be a dysfunctional relationship, it can be that both or only one of the people in it are themselves dysfunctional. Wire is obviously the metaphor for "hearing in on" or someone or something inside one of them telling one of them to say or act a certain way to try to retrieve certain words or actions that are desired out of the other person, something we all find ourselves doing. Its a metaphor for either not being able to be yourself, hiding something, or trying to get out of the person something you desire but have to go to great clever lengths to do so. But mainly its a metaphor for the many layers of subconscious manipulation that go on for both parties in a relationship with unbalanced power dynamics. it touches on the notion of a feeling of being fooled, but being aware of it. "the gazing eye wont lie" "she found a lonely sound" things are questionable nonverbally but they would rather acknowledge that everything's ok with how they act on the outside-"poses we'll make soon will reveal our sense of right." But like some narcs..at somepoint(s) their true nature is revealed, not necessarily for better or worse, just because the truth is hard to hide. " you should be in my space, you should be in my life" does seem to be a positive note though of wanting to share your true self with someone rather than being strangers together.
    Jenettamoonon July 29, 2010   Link

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