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[Charity Lane]
And I know
That your hands are reaching out for what's to come
Close your eyes
All the waves are coming, crashing all around
Save me, save me
Cause the audience is gone
And the earth around is shaking
And the moon is falling down

You, you're falling all around me
And the thunder and the lightning consume
You, you're falling all around me
Painting pictures, bleeding colors in the room



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    Joao FerreiraMay 25, 2014 at 8:27 pm
    it's like on the romantism where the wife should be virgin and on the first night should bleed on the bed to guarantee hers virginity to the husband. So, as you can think, all these text was about one first time sex. Also, "close your eyes" should mean that the girl is nervous and "And the moon is falling down" means that the night is almost over, as you can think: the end of sex.
    The last strophe is all about describing the orgasm, using symbols like "thunder" and "lightining" consuming her or that her is "falling".
    (Sorry about my poor english, and I expect that you liked)

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