You look so fine I want to break your heart And give you mine You're taking me over
It's so insane You've got me tethered and chained I hear your name And I'm falling over
I'm not like all the other girls I can't take it like the other girls I won't share it like the other girls That you used to know
You look so fine
Knocked down Cried out Been down just to find out I'm through living for you
I'm open wide I want to take you home We're wasting time You're the only one for me
You look so fine I'm like the desert tonight Leave her behind If you want to show me
I'm not like all the other girls I won't take it like the other girls I won't fake it like the other girls That you used to know
You're taking me over Over and over I'm falling over Over and over
Loving me one more time Hide inside me tonight Do what you want to do Just pretend happy end Let me know let it show Ending with letting go (three times) Let's pretend happy end (four times)
Writer/s: DOUGLAS ELWIN ERICKSON, SHIRLEY ANN MANSON, STEVE W. MARKER, BRYAN DAVID VIG
Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management
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Theresa from Murfreesboro, TnThis is the best song I have ever heard. It's haunting and Shirley's voice makes this song unforgettable.
Daniel from Rio De Janeiro, BrazilIn me, this song evokes images of an insane relationship, with lovers slashing their wrists, making scenes in public, the typical destructive kind of relationship. it's one of their finest songs, a perfect closer for the V2.0 album and, sadly, the last of their 'good material' era. It was released as a single almost 2 years after the album itself. After that, came the James Bond theme (rather weak), and the bland albums "Beautifulgarbage" and "Bleed like me" which had totally lost the spark they had in their first two albums.
Jepha from Citra, FlI love this song...it reminds me of "Queer as Folk"...I really miss that show :(
Mike Campbell from Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers played the slide guitar on "Sixth Avenue Heartache." There is a connection here - Wallflowers lead singer Jakob's dad, Bob Dylan, played with Tom Petty in The Traveling Wilburys.