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Regina Spektor: Hotel Song Meaning


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Song Released: 2007

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Come in, come in
Come into my world I've got to show
Show show you
Come into my bed
I've got to know
Know know you

I have dreams of orca whales and owls
But I wake up in fear
You will never be my
You will never be my fool
Will never...


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    I believe that these things are situations that happen in hotels.

    Floaters in my eyes
    Wake up in the hotel room
    Cigarettes and lies
    I am a child, it's too soon

    The confused under-aged prostitute. The child is not necessarily 11 or anything around that, maybe just a naive 15-16 year old.

    A little bag of cocaine
    A little bag of cocaine
    So who's the girl wearing my dress
    I figured out her number
    It's on a paper napkin
    But I don't know her address
    I wait downstairs

    A woman who suspects her husband/boyfriend.

    The porter smiles to me
    A smile I've bought
    With a couple of gold coins
    A sign that I've been caught

    The husband who might be cheating and doesn't really want the porter to tell, so he's paying him to keep the secret.

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