Don't touch me Hands all over the eastern border You know what I think we're falling From composure Hands all over western culture Ruffling feathers and turning eagles into vultures Into vultures
Got my arms around baby brother Put your hands away Your gonna kill your mother, gonna kill your mother Kill your mother And I love her, yeah I love her
Hands all over the coastal waters The crew men thank her Then lay down their oily blanket Hands all over the inland forest In a striking motion trees fall down like dying soldiers Yeah like dying soldiers
Got my arms around baby brother Put your hands away Your gonna kill your mother, gonna kill your mother Kill your mother And I love her, yeah I love her I love her
Hands all over the peasants daughter She's our bride she'll never make it out alive Hands all over words I utter Change them into things you want to Like balls of clay Put your hands away
Yeah, put your hands away Put your hands away Gonna kill your mother Gonna kill your mother Gonna kill your mother And I love her I love her I love her I love her And she loves me, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
Writer/s: Chris Cornell, Kim Thayil
Publisher: BMG Rights Management
Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
Ringgo from Montclair, CaCoolest earth conscious song ever!! K, maybe it's the only cool one there is.
Daniel from Douglasville, Gathis song is about how america cant stay out of other people's ( or countries) business. baby brother = the little man, and the mother = nature maybe? it then goes on to talk about nature being abused in more concrete terms.
The song "Sadeness" by Enigma (the one with the chanting monks), got its name from the French novelist Marquis de Sade, who believed sex had to be painful in order to be pleasurable - thus the word "sadism."