The scent of a woman was not mine

Welcome home, darling
Did you miss me?
Wish to dwell in dear love?

Touch my milk-like skin
Feel the ocean
Lick my deepest
Hear the starry choir

Rip off this lace
That keeps me imprisoned
But beware the enchantment
For my eroticism is your oblivion

Old love lies deep, you said
Deeper shall be the wound between your legs

Lyrics submitted by Fistan

Nymphomaniac Fantasia Lyrics as written by Jukka Antero Nevalainen Erno Matti Juhani Vuorinen

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    im female and i didnt find it offensive at all. if anything i think its the truest statement/description ive ever heard anyone use for a vagina. damn thing keeps bleeding and never heals.......sounds like a friggin' wound if you ask me lol

    spacepirateon February 03, 2006   Link
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    hes just come back from fucking a chick, then he fucks his girlfriend knowing full well whats hes done :)

    Ben2k9on February 22, 2005   Link
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    Hand of Meadhros: sweet loving, my darling, did you miss me? Deeper shall be the wound between your legs!!!


    Tuomas and the band keep saying they hate this song and that it was a mistake. I love it. It's from woman's point of view - she comes home, finding out he was with another woman, and she decides for a revenge, a sexual one.

    Lothmírilon September 18, 2005   Link
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    spacepirate, the wound is meant to be the penis! Remember who's singing it! And it sounds like it's meant to be a woman singing it.

    Aloselon August 02, 2006   Link
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    I noticed there was no comment for this song, so I decided to post one... I think this song is about a womans' significant other coming home, and she knows he's been unfaithful...sorry I know I suck at this...

    Worthless_Wisheson February 03, 2005   Link
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    Well that's the blunt way of putting it... lol. "Lick my deepest"? Kinky Tarja..

    VampirexXxHearton July 27, 2005   Link
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    the wound between your legs??? Rofl, i dont know about you people but thats kinda offensive....

    ogretagon December 29, 2005   Link
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    I love it at what Toumas said about Nymphomaniac Fantasia on the End of Innocence DVD.

    "The scent of a woman was not mine..., how can you possibly start out a song like that? I stand behind all my songs, except this one.

    Elvenpath has some hilarious lyrics too." My favorite part of the dvd besides the band rocking out on stage.

    Armon January 20, 2006   Link
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    "Deeper shall be the wound between your legs" = she's going to cut off his penis for cheating

    Zughiaqon September 15, 2006   Link
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    I agree with Zughiaq and ouch..... Im not going to cheat ~crosses legs~

    Night-Stalkeron July 08, 2007   Link

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