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The Rolling Stones: She's So Cold Meaning

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Song Released: 1980


She's So Cold Lyrics

I'm so hot for her, I'm so hot for her
I'm so hot for her and she's so cold
I'm so hot for her, I'm on fire for her
I'm so hot for her and she's so cold

I'm the burning bush, I'm the burning fire
I'm the bleeding volcano
I'm so hot...

  1. anonymous
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    Nov 12th 2020 report

    I heard this song and immediately felt a deep connection to it. It's not a crush or unreturned love, it's about personality. It's a relationship but the woman does not have a warm personality. It's all in the later verses of the song, about when she gets old no one will know that she was beautiful if she's a cold person. I only had to hear this song once to instantly connect with it, if you live with the person it's basically written about it all makes sense.

  2. anonymous
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    Mar 25th 2020 report

    Um still it’s a woman from Finland. Don’t over think it too much . It’s all it is. Jimi Hendrix “Fire” was just a song he came up with when he went to a friends house during winter and he wanted to sit by the fireplace to warm up , but the owner’s big dog was taking up the space and wouldn’t move, hence “ move over Rover and let Jimi take over“. Simple.

  3. anonymous
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    Mar 25th 2020 report

    Idiots , it’s about a woman from Finland

  4. anonymous
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    Oct 20th 2019 report

    It's about a guy who loves or is in love with a woman and she doesn't feel any feelings for him.
    Really unrequited love which happens to both genders. Inadequacy lessens the feeling of inadequacy about oneself. Interpreted correctly.

  5. anonymous
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    Oct 20th 2019 report

    True, the parody of unrequited love. This happens to everyone. Interpreted correctly.

  6. anonymous
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    Oct 20th 2019 report

    It's a parody of unrequited desire. He's so hot for her and she's just not into him. So of course he has to make it her inadequacy. Its just a fun song. One of my favorites

  7. anonymous
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    Jun 8th 2019 report

    She's so co cocococo & she came from a hot zone & i am bleeding volcano...Definitly is singing about Cocaine

  8. anonymous
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    Aug 15th 2018 report

    I think he was thinking of making love to dead women

  9. anonymous
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    May 13th 2016 report

    I think it's about Jerri Hall.

  10. anonymous
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    Jan 25th 2014 report

    Such a "cool" song. I believe it is a bit of a ghost story. The lady in question withholds her favors from a young man wh is "so hot for her", unaware she is a ghost. So then she is cursed in a sense - "when you're uhld... when you're uhld... nobody will know... that you were a beauty"... she is disapproving of the young mans youthful ardor, acting like a stuffy old spinster instead of a beautiful young woman.
    Perhaps there is a vintage car or motorcycle associated with her but cannnot be or will not be enjoyed because like her the engine is "permanently stalled".

  11. anonymous
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    Jan 27th 2013 report

    I think they are singing about a car... Duhh


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