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Asking Alexandria: Not The American Average Meaning

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Song Released: 2011


Not The American Average Lyrics

(1,2,3,4)
All the things that you said was it all in my head?

Come on baby
Keep it down, honey hush your lips
Clothes trailing from the backdoor to the bedroom
And I don’t even know your name

(Woo) Give me all you’ve got
Make this...

  1. 1TOP RATED

    #1 top rated interpretation:
    anonymous
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    Feb 6th 2014 report

    Its about a sandwich. He says says "Toppings trailing, from the backdoor, to the bedroom, and i dont even like mayonnaise" when asked how much sandwich the author would like to feast, he replied with "10 inch"

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    #2 top rated interpretation:
    anonymous
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    Sep 13th 2011 report

    When asked about Not The American Average, Ben Bruce said that they story behind it was that a woman told them that the average size of an American's penis was 10 inches (hence the line when they all shout "10 INCH", which many people misinterpret as "TODAY").
    Ben's response to her was "You're kidding? In Europe it's only 2 inches!"

  3. anonymous
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    Feb 3rd 2019 report

    I screwed up song emo kids listen to...

  4. anonymous
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    Jun 3rd 2018 report

    Personally I think it’s about degrading + kinky sex

  5. anonymous
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    Feb 23rd 2018 report

    The line, "The things that you said was it all in my head" means that the girl was only being respectful to him and he thought she wanted to get together with him.

  6. anonymous
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    May 30th 2016 report

    The line "Girl get down its almost over take it all the way" obviously means that Danny is going to cum but he wants the girl he hooked up with to deep throut him first before he does.

  7. anonymous
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    Oct 28th 2015 report

    I believe Danny wanted to be with a girl but she only wanted to get laid. She leads Danny on to thinking he can have her and ends up giveing the girl what she wants . They have good sex but at the end he ends up killing her because she's a whore ( whatever that means )

  8. anonymous
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    May 3rd 2013 report

    I think She just a hoe

  9. anonymous
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    Jul 18th 2012 report

    In an interview, Danny says that it's about a girl he used to fuck and she had a boyfriend. She also helped him write the song.

  10. anonymous
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    Jul 11th 2012 report

    i think its about a girl Danny met on tour or something that was a whore and he hooked up with her and didnt know that she was using him, so he basically goes bat-shit crazy. seems pretty simple.

  11. anonymous
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    Oct 19th 2011 report

    I find this in many different areas. He is raping a girl but she is a whore so she ends up going along with it.Which he ends up killing her in the end.
    Or he is with this girl who is a complete whore and he wants to be with her but knows he can't because she is a whore.
    Or she is just a whore that he gets together with then kills in the end.


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