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Well hell if I
Should decide
To give in more
A little effort
Well hell if I'm
So dead again
The will to fight
Replaced by lust for you
I'll ask my curious side
To follow you
To a bed of angels
Count out this wandering eye
Well lucky you
The devil made you look

I've never tried
Pulling you in
Looking at last
To find the answers
It's almost like
You're breaking my pinata
While I'm hinting at my lust for you

I'll ask my curious side
To follow you
To a bed of angels
Count out this wandering eye
Well lucky you
The devil made you look
To far into the abyss
No bed of angels
Mystified defines it best
The devil made you look



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    I think pete actually commits to making love with a woman because he believes this is the woman he intends to spend the rest of his life with. (bed of angels) unfortunately, he makes a mistakes and later realizes that the woman is not for him. He uses the devil to explain why such a mistake could have been made. He also uses the pinata analogy to describe how the woman was able to read the author and gain her way into the lustful romance.

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