Serial killer
Life hurts
And

Don't die
Kill her
It's all me
It's all you
Yeah

So Don't You
Believe
Women
Who Love
Men Who
Love
Drugs
Drugs
Yeah


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Women Who Love Men Who Love Drugs Lyrics as written by Mark John Heron Jonathan Ross Ellis

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    i think the instrumentals of this song somehow capture the longing/fear/hurt genreal emotions that you would feel if someone you loved was destroying their life

    ktg72on March 25, 2006   Link
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    tr00

    luie.pton June 20, 2005   Link
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    This song may be the most beautiful song in existence. The lyrics being so simple as they are, it's open to many interpretations. I would guess it's about a guy who is deep shit with drugs, but his girlfriend still loves him and sticks up for him and everything. (Obvious guess I know, but, meh.)

    theviewfromhereon August 08, 2005   Link
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    The instrumental sections in this track are mesmerizing. I love this song to death. And yes, because of the sparse lyrics, it's both easy and really hard to come to a conclusion on the meaning.

    atomsplitteron December 08, 2005   Link
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    Here are the actual lyrics by the way, posted by Mike recently at oceansizeboard.co.uk:

    "sarah's killer lifus exitus so don't dare, killer... it's on me.... it's on you so don't you believe women who love men who love drugs drugs yeeeeaaaaahhh"

    theviewfromhereon December 20, 2005   Link
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    I'm sure I have the meaning wrong, but this is what this song means to me.

    I listened to this when I liked a girl who didn't want me cos she liked 'men' not boys, and was with a dealer. Somehow it made sense.

    NickC2007on April 07, 2007   Link
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    ktg72 - i don't quite know why, but i was quite taken aback by what you said, i agree completely with you, but woiuld like to add that it's not only when the person you love is destroying THEIR life.. but maybe also when the person you love is destroying your life.

    this song actually makes me cry :(

    it's even more breathtaking live

    turquoise&crimsonon June 07, 2007   Link
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    me and my dad argue about which song is better, WWLMWLD or Music for a Nurse. For me, this is the better song. the musical/intsrtumental composition is almost....very very almost.....perfect

    _Starkson February 21, 2008   Link

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