saturate

09Jun09

thermalsDefinition:
sat•u•rate
[sachuh-reyt]

–verb

1. to charge to the utmost, as with magnetism
2. to soak, impregnate, or imbue thoroughly or completely

Artist: The Thermals
Song: Liquid In, Liquid Out
Album: Now We Can See

5 cent synonyms:
wet, soak

Interpretation of this 25 cent word in the song:
The person in this song seems to be recovering from something in excess.

Lyrics:
Liquid In, Liquid Out
It’s what my life was all about
It’s what my life was all about, it was all about

Saturate, fill me up
Liquidate, empty my cup
It’s what my life was all about
It’s what my life was all about, it was all about

Salivate, ring the bell
Clean the plate, my slate as well
It’s what my life was all about
It’s what my life was all about, it was all about

Drank the sun, drank the rain
Down the river, down the drain
I never went, I never went without

Liquid In, Liquid Out
It’s what my life was all about
It’s what my life was all about, it was all about



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