But it's heaven where we lie
And tonight
Down On You by Tokio Hotel

When he’s with this girl, it’s as if he’s in paradise hence the comparison to them being angels in heaven.

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I'll get down on you, get down on you
Blessed kisses waiting
Down On You by Tokio Hotel

There’s a couple of meanings of what “down on you” refers to but usually it means performing cunnilingus.

It’s possible that Bill could be talking about that (what a dirty dog!), but he’s probably talking more about the general idea of just being with this girl tonight and embracing her.

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I scratch your sweet name
Right into my skin
Attention by Tokio Hotel

Note that by scratching her name into his skin, that would probably leave a permanent mark so it shows how invested in the relationship Bill was.

It’s actually a bit similar to getting a tattoo of your lover’s name on your skin.

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I love how you hurt me Attention by Tokio Hotel

Sarcasm doing it’s job here (and note that it’s used quite similarly in the song “Love the Way You Lie” by Eminem.

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It's cool when you burn me Attention by Tokio Hotel

Double entendre!

Added with a nice bit of sarcasm as well. He’s not only (sarcastically) saying that he likes it when she disses him, but he also thinks it’s cool (cold) when she burns (hot) him.

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I am physically, mentally over obsessed with you Screamin' by Tokio Hotel

This sounds a bit similar to a quote from George Orwell’s 1984.

She had become a physical necessity

When Bill says he’s physically and mentally obsessed with this girl, it’s as if he would go through a withdrawal if she were not with him. It also shows that he loves everything about her, physically and emotionally.

(Note: That’s actually Bill on the left)

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I'm screaming on the top of the world
Can you hear me?
I'm screaming from the top of the world
Can you hear me?
Don't you know that
I'm screaming from the top of the world
Don't you feel me?
I'll scream till I'm bleeding
Screamin' by Tokio Hotel

Here is another theme that’s quite prevalent in their songs. Bill wants to scream from on top of the world because if that won’t get his point across, really nothing will.

Screaming not only helps you get your point across but you feel a lot better about something after you do it. It’s a good way to release all the tension and mad mojo you have built up inside of you.

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Joe Budden Wall of Music Artist Directory by Rap Genius 2

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Joe Budden is a rapper hailing from New Jersey who is also a part of the group Slaughterhouse along with fellow rappers Royce Da 5'9", Crooked I and Joell Ortiz.

(from left to right: Joell Ortiz, Crooked I, Royce, and Joe)

His most famous song was “Pump It Up (Remix)” which was produced by legendary producer Just Blaze in 2003. More recently, he has released his third studio album No Love Lost on February 2013 and is currently starring in the VH1 reality television show Love & Hip-Hop.

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That day never came
That day
Never comes
I'm not letting go
I keep hanging on
Everybody says
That time heals the pain
I've been waiting forever
That day never came
That Day by Tokio Hotel

There’s a famous saying that “time heals all wounds”. Apparently, for Bill, that time still hasn’t come. He’s been waiting for the pain to subside but it’s still inflicting him. This girl must have done a number on him.

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Rain falls That Day by Tokio Hotel

Rain is brought up many times in their songs to describe the melancholy in life and more specifically in the relationship.

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