"The Hunter" as written by and Jennifer Warnes....
Come on over my sporting frend
Bring your favorite weapon
Show me how you make your mark
From the whistle in the wind
Through the center of the heart

the moon is full, the night is clear
Hunting season is drawing near
Show me how you claim your ground
Pull the arrow back, take one down

(*)
Maybe tonight
Maybe you'll show
What you feel behind your bow
And maybe I'll go hunting too
Down in the valley with you

I wonder where you hide your heart
I wait for signals in the dark
My aim is pretty good
I'm as quiet as a deer in the wood

(*)

close your eyes, count to ten
You never know you never know
You never know when you never know

(*)

so bring this famous trick you do
Bring your arrow, bring your gun
And bring the ache that burns right through
Gonna find out who is the hunted one

(*)






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"The Hunter" as written by Jennifer Warnes

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    My InterpretationI believe the song to be about pegging. First verse begins with the singer beckoning her sexual partner to come for a visit and bring his preferred artificial phallus. The second verse, the singer asks the aforementioned sexual partner to inform her the manner in which he is accustomed to being “pegged”. When we reach the chorus, the singer is teasing her partner, a common practice in “pegging” circles. She also hints at letting her partner perform the act of anal intercourse on her. The third verse begins with the singer inquiring if her parter harbors genuine feelings for her and ends with stating her finesse of the sexual act. The fourth verse refers to the insertion of the artificial phallus and the teasing of the parter. The final verse is a reinforcement of the invitation and the song concludes with the singer asseterting dominance.
    Russcolleyon November 28, 2018   Link

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