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Tantalized Lyrics

Artist: The Church
Album: Heyday

God I've been asleep so long, I've been away
Back from software limbo the natives call today
I let their promises bind me
I let seductive logic blind me
I embraced a machine, I went through the routine
And I hid from the people who were trying to find me
Till the day comes when you realize
Otherwise you never care
Pandora's box reveals a new surprise
Can't wait to see your eyes, now you've been tantalized
For a hundred and one voluptuous days I broke the law
The labyrinth was closing so we panicked up a door
I let their wanton flesh obsess me
I felt their dreams and drugs assess me
I was hired and fired yet never inspired
Flattering, chattering words to impress me
All that glittered had me mesmerized
Otherwise I would have dared
Guess the nature of our enterprise
Can't stop to sympathize, how you've been tantalized
I turned up in some harsh doomed city on another plane
I couldn't believe the room I got or the guests I entertained
I felt the dirty streets surround me
I let the buzzing swarm confound me
I gave money to ghosts, I insulted my hosts
I could never get off the stuff that spellbound me
Comments/Interpretations
by Lola on 2/20/2012 3:48pm
I LOVE THIS SONG!!!!!!!!!!!!!
by Katherine on 5/15/2012 10:10am
perfect
by Liza on 5/1/2014 5:04pm
Hypnotic..mesmerizing....brilliant.
Steven Kilbey...the most amazing writer, poet....


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