"Entourage" as written by Stephen Duffy and Steven Page....
Although I've been here before
You've got that thing I can't ignore
It's on the surface.
I know it's shallow and it's vain
But I love it just the same;
It gives me purpose.
Let me love you unconsciously
While you're on your way there
I want to sleep with you
And your entourage

London, Paris and Milan
You're just waiting for a man
To be exotic.
You're a baby, you're a punk
I only love you when I'm drunk;
I'm alcoholic.
You've got a Tiffany key ring;
You've got no keys, no home.
I want to live with you
And your entourage
All right.

You're famous, they're famous
We stand in rooms
Where nothing can be said
And nothing can be heard.

You were famous for your fame
And now you're drowning in champagne.
Hey, how you doing?
Did you take her to your club?
Did you claim to be in love
While you were screwing?
Now we're through with morality,
Can I sleep with your wife?
I want to be like you
And your entourage

I want to be like you
And your entourage
All right.

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"Entourage" as written by Steven Page Stephen Duffy

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    My InterpretationThis song is about the obsession with the sexiest and most envied people in the room. For someone in music like Page, those people are the celebrities who go to the flashy parties and are mobbed by paparazzi.

    We all know these are shallow desires stemming from shallow emotions like lust and jealousy, antagonistic to everything good about human interaction like love and emotional intimacy, and yet we can't shake them.

    It's about our desire to be with these celebrities, which really stems from our desire to be them. (Note the change from "I want to sleep with you" to "I want to be like you.") When we recognize that we can't be them the only resort to be with them, settling for being in their "entourage."
    martin489on June 27, 2011   Link

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