easy meat
and getting old
my inner coffee
is getting cold
you make me shiver
you make me shine
i can't believe
that you are mine

24h candy machine
stick your nickle in
and get something
sugar free

i give everything
just ask
i'm your easiest task
you are my master
i'm your tart
i don't think
we'll ever part

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24h Candy Machine song meanings
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    General Comment"stick your nickle in
    and get something
    sugar free"

    Oh how dirty ;)

    To me it sounds like a girl is dating this guy, and this man seems to have lost his "spark", his "mo-jo" and he hadn't had a significant other in a while. Maybe not exactly middle aged or older, but old enough. Like mid 30s. Anyway, point is he's older than most people and probably not used to the dating scene. As said in "My inner coffee is getting cold"

    So then this girl, probably a grave-digger type, comes along and he has hawt monkey secks every night. Every. Night.

    I'm lying, probably a lot more than how it was before.

    But the grave-digger type woman comes from the last stanza, "I give everything, just ask... you are my master".

    But hey, he's in lust-love.
    RainbowPonyon July 22, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthis song is about hookers.
    sharkfaceon December 02, 2006   Link
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    General Commentits about drugs
    fullmetaljacketon December 10, 2007   Link
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    General Commentit's very basic. not about drugs or hookers. it's just about the idea of a woman that you can basicaly have sex with with no strings or comitment.
    sugar free.

    watch the 'one eyed films' filmclip for it.
    kid-44on July 28, 2008   Link
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    General CommentAgreed with kid-44, although when I first heard it I thought it might be about drugs because of the lines:

    "you make me shiver
    you make me shine"

    Brilliant song anyhow, my favourite from Lodger.
    Samsterson September 19, 2008   Link

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