Rob the bank of England and America
Rob the bank of the entire euro zone

Rob the bank of Mexico and Canada
Rob the bank
Then take me home
But take me home

(Make love)

Rob the bank
Make a joke of your dyslexia
Rob the bank
Then pick your nose

Rob the bank, paint a picture of a swastika
Rob the bank
Then take me home
But take me home

(Make love)

Ever I suspect
And then you have to go somewhere else
Of you I'm thinking
But maybe you won't of me around
And if ever you conspire to rule another
I will not be forsaken
You worry though we had enough of you and me
Of fire and scorn
Scorn!

Rob the bank of Luxemburg and Monaco
Rob the bank of Lichtenstein and Rome

Rob the bank hit the biggest volt in Moscow
Rob the bank
Then take me home
But take me home

(Make love)


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Rob The Bank Lyrics as written by Stefan Olsdal Brian Molko

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    My InterpretationThis song is about someone who is so much in love with his partner that they do not care what they do. They can rob banks or paint swasticas on walls, as long as they return back to them. The person has lost their sense of right and wrong.

    Their judgment is clouded by this obsessive love they feel towards their partner. And they will not let go of what they have: 'You worry though we had enough of you and me. Of fire and scorn', or it will end badly.
    StoriesinSongs.comon March 07, 2020   Link

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