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Something in Red Lyrics Meanings
by Lorrie Morgan

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2002
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Something in Red Lyrics

I'm looking for something in red
Something that's shocking to turn someone's head
Strapless and sequined and cut down to there
Stockings and garters and lace underwear
The guaranteed number to knock the men dead
I'm looking for something in red

I'm looking for something I green
Something to out do an ex-high school queen
Jealousy comes in the color of jade
Do you have some pumps and a purse in this shade
And a perfume that whispers "Please comes back to me"
I'm looking for something in green

I'm looking for something in white
Something that shimmers in soft candlelight
Everyone calls us the most perfect pair
Should I wear a veil or a rose in my hair
Well,the train must be long and the waist must be tight
I'm looking for something in white I'm looking for something in blue
Something real tiny,the baby's brand new
He has his father's nose and his chin
We once were hot lovers now we're more like friends
Don't tell me that's just what old married folk do
I'm looking for something in blue

I'm looking for something in red
Like the one that I wore when I first turned his head
Strapless and sequined and cut down to there
Just a size larger that I wore last year
The guaranteed number to knock the nam dead

I'm looking for something
I've gotta have something
I'm looking for something in red

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I believe this song is an anthem to all women going thru their "mid life crisis", who have experienced the unfortunate course of relationships that go stagnant over the years. The stages described in the song outline the life changes of female adulthood: dating, the dreaded high school reunions, marriage, raising children...underlined by the fear women face of losing their "sex appeal", their relevance, and ultimately, the love of their life. I think we all can relate to the desperate pleas that the lyricist unfolds throughout the song as [she] tries to find the right "look" for the occasion, but also to regain [her] self-confidence and trust, as her relationship struggles in monotony. I perform this song in every one of my shows - it has become my signature tune.

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