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Tori Amos — Honey
Album: A Piano: The Collection
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Released: 2006
Length: 3:38
Plays (last 30 days): 1
A little dust never stopped me none
He liked my shoes, I kept them on
Sometimes I can hold my tongue and sometimes not
When you just skip-to-loo, my darling
And you know what you're doing so don't even

You're just too used to my honey now
You're just too used to my honey

And I think i could leave your world
If she was the better girl
So when we died I tried to bribe the undertaker
'Cause I'm not sure what you're doing or the reasons

You're just too used to my honey now
You're just too used to my honey
You're just too used to my honey now

Don't bother coming down
I made a friend of the western sky
Oh, don't bother coming down
You always liked your babies tight

Turn back one last time
Love to watch those cowboys ride
But cowboys know cowgirls ride on the Indian side
And you know what you're doing so don't even

You're just too used to my honey now
You're just too used to my honey
You're just too used to my honey now
You're just too used to my honey
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I love the skip this song button
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 marky_m wrote:
with almost otherworldly intonation, this song takes the listener on a primitive, ethereal journey; expansive in its mythopoetic beauty and injected with pathos, it portrays an america struggling with the effects of manifest destiny on our cultural and individual consciousness.
 
i'm totally posting this on "One Night in Bangkok" next time Bill plays Murray Head. 
love her...seen her 3 x live. one of my favourites.
 marky_m wrote:
with almost otherworldly intonation, this song takes the listener on a primitive, ethereal journey; expansive in its mythopoetic beauty and injected with pathos, it portrays an america struggling with the effects of manifest destiny on our cultural and individual consciousness.
 
the truth of captain kirk and stardates

whats with you today Bill. This set is really the first time I have ever felt like switching channels. Please play some music without whining vocals!
 marky_m wrote:
with almost otherworldly intonation, this song takes the listener on a primitive, ethereal journey; expansive in its mythopoetic beauty and injected with pathos, it portrays an america struggling with the effects of manifest destiny on our cultural and individual consciousness.
 


Let me guess, you started a lot of college essays with this sentence.
Holy crap, Bill.  Wow.  Thank you.

Edit: Seriously.  Every single line.  You took me back in time.  
marky_m wrote:
with almost otherworldly intonation, this song takes the listener on a primitive, ethereal journey; expansive in its mythopoetic beauty and injected with pathos, it portrays an america struggling with the effects of manifest destiny on our cultural and individual consciousness.
You know... I get that totally!!! Especially when she sings the lines "He liked my shoes, I kept them on..." and "You're just to used to my honey now."
ArbiterOfGoodTaste wrote:
Boring, annoying, lame. That is all.
Oh yeah, and breathy.
Boring, annoying, lame. That is all.
fzumwalt wrote:
Tori is just perfect!
prefectly pretentious and perfectly tedious.
Tori is just perfect!
marky_m wrote:
with almost otherworldly intonation, this song takes the listener on a primitive, ethereal journey; expansive in its mythopoetic beauty and injected with pathos, it portrays an america struggling with the effects of manifest destiny on our cultural and individual consciousness.
In other words, It RAWWWKS, dude. right?
This is one of the better songs I've heard by the queen of pretentious emoting.
marky_m wrote:
with almost otherworldly intonation, this song takes the listener on a primitive, ethereal journey; expansive in its mythopoetic beauty and injected with pathos, it portrays an america struggling with the effects of manifest destiny on our cultural and individual consciousness.
Oh please... :beat:
with almost otherworldly intonation, this song takes the listener on a primitive, ethereal journey; expansive in its mythopoetic beauty and injected with pathos, it portrays an america struggling with the effects of manifest destiny on our cultural and individual consciousness.
boo. i still can't love tori. nothing can save her from my level of dislike.
A truly haunting song. One of her finest.