The Rule of Tickles by Color Theory

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  • Artist: Color Theory
  • Title: The Rule of Tickles
  • Genre: Pop - Electronic, Electronic - Electronic Pop
  • Mood: Up/Positive, Quirky/Wacky/Silly
  • Speed: Fast (130-160)
  • Instruments: Electronic Sounds/Noises, Acoustic Piano, Loops/Samples, Keyboards/Organs
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 7/20/2012
  • Lyric themes: Fetish, Curiosity, Communication, Seduction
  • Lyrics: You could torture me to tears And not leave a mark So it’s not easy for me To let down my guard When the natural thing to do Is protect myself From an overwhelming touch Crossing into pain If you’re delicate enough You can have your way But I need a safety net So you’d better not forget The rule of tickles is You’ve got to stop when I say when If you take this game too far I’ll never play with you again So watch for subtle cues ‘Cause I like you a lot Can I trust you, or not? When your fingertips explore All you feel is touch As sensations in my skin Cause my blood to rush It’s like falling deep in love With a platonic friend I can’t do it to myself It’s impossible ‘Cause I’m only sensitive When I’m vulnerable The successful hand relies On the element of surprise Laughter doesn’t always mean That I’m having fun I may laugh reflexively Before you’ve begun But you have my full consent If you’re willing to relent I’m easy to amuse ‘Cause I like you a lot Can I trust you, or not?
  • Keywords: peppy, cheerful, dance, energetic, happy, pop, whimsical, Bubblegum, Glam

About Color Theory

Color Theory

Huntington Beach, CA United States

Brian Hazard of Color Theory

Color Theory is the musical alter ego of Huntington Beach, California singer-keyboardist-songwriter Brian Hazard. Hazard creates electronic indie piano pop, layering classical piano with sonic ingredients from Depeche Mode and The Postal Service. "Hazard writes songs that are intensely personal and uses technology to enhance material that is as emotive as the best folk." (Robert Kinsler, Orange County Register)

From 1994-2001, Hazard developed his signature piano plus electronics sound over four Color Theory albums. In 2002, ...

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