Duran Duran: Hungry Like the Wolf Meaning
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Song Released: 1982
Hungry Like the Wolf Lyrics
Once you provoke her, rattling of her tail
Never begins it, never, but once engaged...
Never surrenders, showing the fangs of rage
Don't tread on me
So be it
Threaten no more
To secure peace is...
anonymous Nov 9th, 2013 11:42pm report
This song is about a man "going down" or performing oral sex on a woman. He's hungry like the wolf for going down on her which is also "eating her out" (slang). "My mouth is alive", "running inside", "juices like wine" etc. and you can hear the woman's moans which sound more ecstatic than like she's being hunted or stalked. "Centered on sound" is listening for her response, although some lyrics say it's "scent and a sound" which would also apply. "You feel my heat (warm mouth and breath) I'm just a moment behind" (it's a nice allusion to him chasing her but in reality 'a moment BEHIND' he is down there pleasuring her.) Also if she is on all fours and he is going at her from the rear then it is similar to a wolf right on her tail, trying to catch and 'eat' her.
anonymous Sep 14th, 2012 9:14am report
i think the lyrics were written so that they would rhyme.
there is no meaning, just a sequence of random and unrelated words thrown together.
people in th 80s would buy any nonsenical thing put in front of them as this song (and others by duran duran) proves!
anonymous Sep 1st, 2011 9:34pm report
The song's about partying, having sex, etc etc. The band was very risque back then, after all
anonymous May 25th, 2011 5:00pm report
I can garuntee that the song refers to looking, or rather, hunting after someone. but who or why? Parts of the song (Woman you want me?) obviously refer to sex. but Every time I get to the "burn to the ground Lyric" My mental image changes to an action scene chase with free running and large explosions. I guess it must be one exciting woman.
anonymous Dec 7th, 2008 12:00am report
The song is about predatory rape, and in this sense it is effectively a thinly veiled confession. It is a little known fact that Le Bon spent much of his early childhood being suckled by male wolves (Steiger, 1985). Doubtless, this contributed largely to Le Bon's choice of poetic; the symbolic representation of his secret. This interpretation is based on a factual body of information recently proven by clinical tests by L'Oréal, Paris. The computer simulations of which are avaibable from L'Oréal's website: www.loreal.com
Hunter and Johnson, Faculty of Fashion-Music Science, University of Nebraska.
anonymous Mar 10th, 2007 3:23pm report
This song is about Simon Lebon's hunger for man ass.
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