|Warpaint – Composure Lyrics||1 year ago|
That's actually pretty close to the truth although I think they're alternating between "the clit cut" and "the clean cut". It's fairly audible here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ev_wo_5r40I
I don't know what it's supposed to mean though.
|Radiohead – The Daily Mail Lyrics||1 year ago|
|* is prices|
|Soul Coughing – $300 Lyrics||2 years ago|
|It is definitely constitution and not competition. The last line is competition though.|
|Massive Attack – Rush Minute Lyrics||2 years ago|
|Where did you get those corrections from, because it doesn't sound like that's what he's singing at all? More like the lines that got removed.|
|Sufjan Stevens – Impossible Soul Lyrics||2 years ago|
I have some minor corrections:
It wasn't safe to breath at all -> It wasn't safe to breathe at all (x4)
Out your face together -> Put your face together
It's long life -> It's a long life
It's impossible, it's impossible -> Is it possible, is it possible
Better get it right, get it right, get it right, get it right -> Better get a life, get a life, get a life, get a life (it's repeated on a couple occasions)
|Rufus Wainwright – Old Whore's Diet Lyrics||2 years ago|
Okay, I think that you could safely say that the comment about old chinese food is indeed said tongue in cheek. Why in the world would you write a song about chinese leftovers?
Remember, this is two of the biggest gay icons singing, and it is definitely about having sex, or more specifically giving a blowjob or swallowing semen if you want to be literal about it. Something "old whores" might be forced to do to keep them attractive in the market.
And I mean, it ain't nothing like sex to "get you going in the morning", right?
The last part mentioning "either hell or here will do" is probably referring to that he doesn't care if he's performing a sin or not.
|Caribou – Melody Day Lyrics||3 years ago|
"what about what he says at around the 1:09 mark? i can't make it out at all!"
It's definitely a name he's singing. My guess would be you spell it Bijoux, the same name as a song from his Manitoba album Up In Flames.
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