You terrify me. We’ve still not kissed and yet I’ve cried. You got too close. And I pushed and pushed, hoping you’d bite. So I could run, run. And that I did, but through the dust, you saw those teeth marks. They weren’t all yours. You had been thrust into a history, that had not worked for me. Into a history, from which I could not flee. So go on, shake me. Shake until I give it up. Wearing me down, baby. I know that we could make some love.
So go on, challenge me. Take the reins and see. Watch me squirm, baby. But you are just what I need.
And I’ve never played a fair game, I’ve always had the upper hand. And what good is intellect and airplay, if I can’t respect any man?
Oh, I want to play a fair game.