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Poses

by

Rufus Wainwright



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This song is about Wainwright's fear of success. He fears what his future self will be and is worried he will fall into the showbiz stuff and end up wandering around New York drunk, a nobody. (thanks, Davis - Montreal, Canada)
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Comments (2):

Actually, it's about the gay boys scene in NY. Everyone goes out and just "poses"
- The R, Hoboken, NJ
i'd have to say my favorite line from this song is "theres never been such grave a matter as comparing our new brand name black sunglasses"
- Chris, Philadelphia, PA
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