And Lowiza thinks that years of pride remain
And Lowiza thinks that Jimmy will participate
Jimmy you've been with her since you're twenty
And you have been faithful to her and your children
But your passions don't exist in your bedroom (your bedroom)
And you tried to curb the sweat, but you can't get intimate and you're losing, and you're losing

And Lowiza thinks that Jimmy's urge is inept
And Lowiza thinks that this is what happens to men
And Lowiza thinks that Jimmy's urge is inept
And Lowiza thinks that this is what happens to men

She wonders: Jimmy, Jimmy, are you sexual?
(Jimmy) just a dog, (Jimmy) just a cat
Jimmy doesn't know. Can't you hear people sigh?
Won't you know they're wrong? Can't you hear them sigh?

Oh Jimmy, you're sixty, you're still married (still married)
The kids are going to need you in the home
But I love her, you love her, yes I still love her
But you cant stay home if can't be intimate
No no, you can't stay home if you can't oh-oh

And Lowiza thinks that Jimmy's urge is inept
And Lowiza thinks that this is what happens to men
And Lowiza thinks that Jimmy's urge is inept
And Lowiza thinks that this is what happens to men

She wonders: Jimmy, Jimmy, who's the sexual?
(Jimmy) just a dog, (Jimmy) just a cat
Jimmy can't you stay?
Jimmy don't you stay?
Jimmy, people sigh
Sigh a lot!


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    General CommentI absolutely adore this song; it could be because I relate to asexuality. Of course, this guy may have only lost interest in being sexual with his wife, but I think if that were the case he'd leave.

    As for what it means, I think he thinks he's worthless, because he can no longer please his wife in the bedroom. He may still love his wife, but his children are gone, and he feels no reason to be home if he can't pleasure his wife.
    Noah the Greaton August 25, 2009   Link

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