Sforzando - Too Much Fun lyrics
I fell for a pirate
woman. We lived on a
pirate ship. We named
that pirate ship The
Agony. She threw me
overboard, then saved me from
drowning. Force-fed me water
after poisoning my rum, then
she'd slap me awake when
I fainted from having too
much fun. The noises she
made with her velvet lips
Were just like the singing
breeze. She was angry; she
had a right to be. Sometimes
she even got angry with me.
But there's something in anger, something urgent.
In anger there is something smart, Something that kept us in love
While the sea fell apart all around us. The noises she made with her velvet lips
Were just like a magic violin. I'd never felt such a love.
I never knew flesh could meld like this.
And when we kissed... Poseidon would crash his waves against our pirate ship.
We'd rock and we'd roll, she'd blame it all on me, then in a moment, transfixed by history,
She'd forgive me. Well, I may be half a pirate, but this much is true:
I am twice the woman I was just from knowing you.