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David Bowie: Lady Grinning Soul Meaning

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She'll come, she'll go. She'll lay belief on you
Skin sweet with musky odour
The lady from another grinning soul

Cologne she'll wear. Silver and Americard
She'll drive a beetle car
And beat you down at cool Canasta

And when the clothes...

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    anonymous
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    Nov 28th, 2016 11:57am report


    A "succubus?" A demon (the "lady" from "another grinning soul"...the devil?) who needs love, takes it, but cannot give love back, "consuming" her lover's soul in the process (she will be your "living end")...



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    anonymous
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    Aug 19th, 2014 8:47pm report


    Its about a girl who has been hurt, shes setting a subconscious trap for men, doesnt even realise herself what she does, and thinks she doesn't care and cannot love
    . She needs love but cant give herself to anyone anymore. Shes become selfish and self focused and wants adoration but cannot let go emotionally. She wants you to want her

    to consume you, needing you to need her. but is at odds with herself.




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