Lakini's Juice
by Live

Album: Secret Samadhi (1997)
Charted: 29
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  • It was an evening I shared with the sun
    To find out where we belong
    From the earliest days
    We were dancing in the shadows

    More wine
    'Cause I got to have it
    More skin
    'Cause I got to eat it

    Inside the outside
    By the river
    Used to be so calm
    Used to be so sane
    I rushed the lady's room
    Took the water from the toilet
    Washed her feet and blessed her name

    More peace
    Is such a dirty habit

    Slow down
    We're too afraid

    Let me ride
    Burn my eyes
    Let me ride

    It was an evening I shared with the sun
    To find out where we belong
    From the earliest days
    We were dancing in the shadows

    Slow down
    We're too afraid

    Let me ride
    Burn my eyes
    Let me ride Writer/s: CHAD ALAN GRACEY, CHAD DAVID TAYLOR, EDWARD JOEL KOWALCZYK, PATRICK DAHLHEIMER
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 6

  • Char from Here, IlI love this song. The meaning's a little scary, though.

    With love,

    Charlotte.
  • Jayson from Herenesate, MsYes, this title explains itself. Lakini likes to drink his own juice, plain and simple. He is the sickest kind of pervert, but there you have it. You all listen to a song about a guy drinking his own "juice".
  • Natasha from London, EnglandI just wanted to say happy Canada day to Steph in Ottawa
  • Ashley from Perth, WaThis song rocks as much as nirvana
    i think its message is very strong. When i saw the vidoe 4 it i just throught that LIVE ROCKS so much and the lyrics of the song are very powerful in all of the songs and not always throught less like most modern music is.
  • Charles from Sydney, AustraliaThis is the hardest song of all time. Very unforgiving and touch with the raw gnuitar at the end to promote he rawness
  • Addum from Williamsport, Md"let me ride" and "burn my eyes" to me are just like. "LET ME GO!!" "IM SORRY JUST GET AWAY!!" or something like that, I can feel anger towards the end.
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