A quick snap and that was it
After we've shared a moment
After I held you tight in my arms
After I told you how beautiful you are
And after I had one too many whiskies and got emotional

You've just experienced the cruel honesty of the Now
A look upon your careless virgin body From the upper balcony and I knew this Silver flawless surface had to be mine

I had a huge confirmation growing in my pants
Pressing me to go on with the said deed.
Driven by a lust close to animal instincts, but since there's no disrespect, this is wrong and I'm sorry
So sorry.

I reacted before any kind of conscience Would pollute the uniqueness of the event.
I can't help it, the sensation too high,
The climax is perfect
After two weeks of legitimate abstinence, It had to be settled somehow

Yeah I heard the rumors too,
The ones stipulating that I've lost my Reason on the account of lust,
I'm afraid I'll have to confirm that
To the proper authorities very soon.

As for you love
Look on the bright side, child
You'll never grow old
So how come to me, you are still so very cold

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    If I am not mistaken, this song is about murdering and then raping a child.

    I really love the way it's done in such a blasé, slightly offhand kind of way. I think the lyric "Look on the bright side, child. You'll never grow old" sums this up.

    Good lyrics, but equally a bit messed up!

    Naive Amoebaon March 01, 2007   Link
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    wtf does OASD stand for?

    DucksInConstructionon August 08, 2007   Link

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