I’m combining two songs into one thread this time.
“Kiss Me Deadly” by Lita Ford
Okay, I know it was a classic film noir but how does the expression “kiss me deadly” apply in this song? How exactly is the guy (or girl - no judgement) supposed to be kissing Lita in a manner that can be described as deadly?
And what does the line about “Looking in the mirror don’t get it for me” mean? Is looking in a mirror something people do for entertainment?
“Bad to the Bone” by George Thorogood
George is saying “I wanna be yours pretty baby. Yours and yours alone.” so this implies he’s giving up his womanizing ways and planning on settling down. But he also says he will break a thousand more hearts in the future.
So is this song supposed to be a warning? Is George telling this woman, who he supposedly cares for, that he will end up hurting her so she should probably stay away from him?