Half in darkness she stands in a dress of shrapnel,
Smoke and torn flags.
Dragging off cigarettes of human skin.
Eyes like cracked eggshells empty as life.
Her index fingers drip mothers milk like hypodermic needles.
She stumbles through my veins high on ash
And dry semen fiending for love.

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    A mother figure that he loves. When she touches him, he feels the motherly love but denys the fact that he is in love (fingers drip milk like hypodermic needles...sumbles through my veins). I really dont know but how about that freakin middle two step part. So awesome, simple, but awesome.

    hrehocikjon February 10, 2005   Link
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    The word play of Trojan whore and Trojan horse are very noticeable.I think this song might be either about a guy (J.R Hayes) describing his girlfriend in a obscure manner,who is actually a Crack/heroin(Mothers milk-Hypodermic needles)whore/dealer and a tyrant when he got to know her. Or an American soldier who describes a Vietnamese heroin/crack dealing whore after they had intercourse.The hardship of lifes battle and drugs made her unattractive,her eyes are dead and she smokes a cigarette ,or the cigarettes of human skin might be all the Oral sex she gave other men.The dry semen are payment from her last costumer.Love is her illusion.She isn`t the bad person in this song,the lyricist made it sound that way.The men abusing her are the villains.When ever she would suck,it would suck out of her.

    MynameisAnonymouson June 23, 2011   Link

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