Bury all the marigold
Underneath the bedroom
As you stole two kisses from her lips
Tears were shed
And morals bled
And petals were plucked
Something in the heart beat like a drum

Is this love?
I don't know but tonight I'm gonna find out
Is this love?
I don't know but tonight I'm gonna find out

We kissed without hesitation
No reservations
We dangle our feet from the highest places
In the crowd of the sad
In the crowd of the mad
We are the only smiling faces

Every day and all night
Even when you're alright
I don't want to let you go
And every day and all night
'Til the morning's always bright
I don't want to see you go

The morning light was blocked by dusty, dirty blinds
And I could hear your vodka kisses shouting
Fight! Fight! Fight! Fight!

Is this love?
I don't know but tonight I'm gonna find out
IS this love?
I don't know but tonight I'm gonna find out


Lyrics submitted by hearthatsongagain

Marigold song meanings
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    My Interpretation

    This sounds like a promising date that goes awry. It seems to me like two people who are interested in each other, potentially in love, but the man rapes the woman. Kisses shouldn't be stolen, there shouldn't be tears or bled morals, kisses shouldn't initiate a fight response, and the visual of pedals being plucked seems a forceful deflowering. It's especially sad because the tone of the music focuses on the anticipation and all the things that it could be, in line with the part of the lyrics that describe the initial infatuation 'it might be love' feeling that these two people are experiencing together. It turns "I don't want to let you go" from somewhat romantic, to extremely possessive. Very powerful lyrics.

    sbb71791on April 11, 2018   Link

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