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Thinking Of You

by

A Perfect Circle



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This song is about the first time you learn to "Self Satisfy." At some concerts, toward the end of the song Maynard Keenan will "jerk" his water bottle around until the climax of the song when he sprays water everywhere.
Keenan had a similar song while in Tool: "Part Of Me," on Opiate. (thanks, jim - garland, TX, for above 2)
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Comments (5):

Maynard says on the "aMOTION" DVD that this song is about masturbating to the thought of anal sex. "Tugging a rhythm to the vision that's in my head. Tugging a beat to the sight of your lying. So delighted with your new understanding, something about a little evil that makes that unmistakable noise I was hearing, unmistakable sound that I know so well. Sit and sighing with that look in your eyes, sit and sweating with that look on your face like sweet revelation, sweet surrendering." It makes sense if you listen to the lyrics.
- Tiffany, Sweetwater, TN
I don't know what people are thinking, but Maynard is still in Tool... he always has been.
- Steve, Laconia, NH
that makes more sense to me Justin! By the way jim. why did you say "While in Tool"?
- Dan, Santa Clarita, CA
this song is about masturbating to the thought of anal sex
- Justin, Grand Island, NE
Maynard says this song is more of a humorous song about anal sex... i'm personally still trying to figure out what he's talking about
- Dan, Santa Clarita, CA
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