You showed up after work I'm bathing your body
Touch you in places only I know
You're wet and you're warm just like our bathwater
Can we make love before you go
The song again changes perspective, and is now told by modern-day Cleopatra’s ex-lover, who shares a connection with Ancient Egyptian Cleopatra’s betrayed lover earlier in the song
He describes a sexual encounter between them, leaving us thinking that maybe he has won her back…
This could also be a frequent john of Cleopatra’s. He is under the delusion that she belongs to only him. Thus, he treats her as his lover although Cleo is a prostitute.
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